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Bailey’s Daily: Flyers seek needed win; Askarov sent down



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The Philadelphia Flyers currently have just one win in their last five games. (Photo: AP)

In Tuesday’s edition of Bailey’s Daily, we’ll be talking Philadelphia Flyers news, stories, highlights, and more from the past day.

Flyers news

  • The Philadelphia Flyers will be looking to get themselves out of a 1-2-2 funk on Tuesday when they face the Edmonton Oilers at Rogers Place at 9 p.m. [Flyers game]
  • Is the long season starting to catch up on the Flyers? Veterans who missed considerable time and some young players are beginning to fall behind the pace. [Flyers news]
  • Matvei Michkov has set himself up to break Kirill Kaprizov’s KHL U-20 scoring record. [Matvei Michkov]
  • Flyers legend Dave Poulin joins the Ottawa Senators as Vice President of Hockey Operations. [Dave Poulin]
  • Cutter Gauthier and Team USA resume their 2024 World Junior Championships conquest on Tuesday when they face Latvia at 11 a.m. [Cutter Gauthier]

NHL News from National Hockey Now

  • After winning a start for the first time in the NHL, Yaroslav Askarov has been sent down by the Nashville Predators. [Nashville Predators]
  • In the midst of Monday’s Winter Classic between the Seattle Kraken and the Vegas Golden Knights, the owners of the New York Islanders are looking to bring the Winter Classic or other big-time NHL events to Belmont, N.Y. [New York Islanders]
  • Speaking of Winter Classic, the Vegas Golden Knights were humbled by the Seattle Kraken, losing 3-0. [Vegas Golden Knights]
  • The Pittsburgh Penguins are finally finding more ways to win games, and it bodes well for their playoff push despite starting well behind the eight-ball. [Pittsburgh Penguins]
  • Elsewhere in the Metropolitan Division, New Jersey Devils rookie defenseman Luke Hughes was named the NHL’s Third Star of the Week. Artemi Panarin and Sebastian Aho were the Second and First Stars, respectively. [New Jersey Devils]

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