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Bailey’s Daily: Rizzo’s Flyers future; Hutson excels for Team USA

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Merry Christmas Eve, everybody! And happy holidays! In this Sunday’s edition of Bailey’s Daily, we’ll be talking Philadelphia Flyers news, stories, highlights, and more from Saturday.

Flyers News

  • Massimo Rizzo has been one of the hottest prospects in the NCAA, but the Philadelphia Flyers managed to get him from the Carolina Hurricanes for peanuts. Is there a reason for that? His Flyers future is still uncertain as he remains unsigned, and Bobby Brink weighed in with some comments of his own. [Massimo Rizzo]
  • In Friday’s Bailey’s Daily, we talked about Jack Eichel, Sidney Crosby, Calgary Flames head coach Ryan Huska, and the bankruptcy of the Nashville Predators’ TV rights carrier. [Flyers news]
  • Despite an epic four-goal comeback against the Detroit Red Wings, the Flyers ran out of gas in overtime and in the shootout. [Flyers recap]
  • Nick Seeler, who’s played almost exclusively next to Sean Walker, helped spark the comeback with his emotional outburst. Does he deserve more credit? [Carchidi Column]
  • ICYMI: Matvei Michkov had a two-word message for Flyers fans as he returns to training. [Matvei Michkov]

NHL News from National Hockey Now

  • Montreal Canadiens prospect Lane Hutson is one of the most hyped prospects in hockey right now, and for good reason. He’s been cooking his competition in the World Junior Championship pre-competition for Team USA so far. [Montreal Canadiens]
    • Cutter Gauthier has been playing well too, and we’ll have more on that after the holiday.
  • One day after the Detroit Red Wings barely held the Flyers off, the New Jersey Devils also staged a comeback, emerging victorious in a must-win game for them. Timo Meier came to life, among other takeaways, from the Devils recap. [New Jersey Devils]
  • The Boston Bruins are reportedly in on the Elias Lindholm sweepstakes, but they’re going to have some stiff competition. [Boston Bruins]
  • In other Metropolitan Division news, the New York Islanders also picked up a vital win, this time defeating the Carolina Hurricanes, 5-4. The Metro is shaping up to be a bloodbath this year. [New York Islanders]

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