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Bailey’s Daily: A Flyers New Year; Former Red Wings forward assaulted by coach



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Carter Hart looks to be stuck in a timeshare with Sam Ersson, as the Philadelphia Flyers continue to rotate the two. (Photo: AP)

In this New Year’s Day edition of Bailey’s Daily, we’ll be talking Philadelphia Flyers news, stories, highlights, and more from the past weekend.

Flyers news

  • Philadelphia Flyers legend, Dave Poulin, will be joining the Ottawa Senators to serve as their Vice President of Hockey Operations. [Dave Poulin]
  • Matvei Michkov scored in his return from pneumonia, and is now on pace to break Kirill Kaprizov’s KHL U-20 scoring record. [Matvei Michkov]
  • Unsigned Flyers prospect, Massimo Rizzo, and Team Canada were eliminated from the Spengler Cup by Pardubice. [Massimo Rizzo]
  • Yegor Zavragin was named Rookie of the Week as his blistering form in this 2023-24 campaign continues. [Yegor Zavragin]
  • Before their 4-3 loss to the Calgary Flames on New Year’s Eve, the Flyers dropped an overtime decision to the Seattle Kraken. They have one win in their last five games. [Flyers recap]

NHL news from National Hockey Now

  • Just after they started putting pressure on the Flyers, the New Jersey Devils find themselves without Timo Meier… again. Meanwhile, trade chatter around center Michael McLeod has reportedly greatly increased. [New Jersey Devils]
  • Elsewhere in the Metropolitan Division, the New York Islanders might be getting defenseman Scott Mayfield back soon. They also placed Ryan Pulock on LTIR, which suddenly gives them just shy of $10 million in cap space to work with. [New York Islanders]
  • Former Detroit Red Wings forward Tomas Jurco, who now plies his trade with HC Davos, was assaulted by coach Josh Holden during a Spengler Cup game. [Detroit Red Wings]
  • Nashville Predators goalie, Yaroslav Askarov, won a game as an NHLer for the first time in his young career. But, was it overshadowed by a blown call on an Alex Ovechkin goal? [Nashville Predators]
  • The San Jose Sharks are on a losing skid again, but that didn’t stop head coach David Quinn from heaping praise on goaltender Kaapo Kahkonen, who may draw some trade interest come March. Meanwhile, Logan Couture is closing in on a return. [San Jose Sharks]

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