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Bailey’s Daily: Flyers back to normal? National media weighs in

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Morgan Frost shows pure elation after scoring in his return to the Philadelphia Flyers' lineup on Saturday. (Photo: AP)

In Sunday’s edition of Bailey’s Daily, we’ll be talking the latest Philadelphia Flyers news, stories, highlights, and more from the end of the weekend.

Flyers news

  • Sportsnet: The Philadelphia Flyers are hanging onto their playoff spot, but can they keep their hold with this bottom-ranked power play?
  • Travis Konecny is on pace to achieve something that hasn’t been done in the NHL in over three decades. [Travis Konecny]
  • Joel Farabee gave Elias Lindholm a piece of his mind on Saturday afternoon, further underscoring his maturation and growth as a leader. [Joel Farabee]
  • The Flyers wound up winning that game over the Flames, 3-2, honoring the late Ed Snider on what would have been his 91st birthday. [Flyers recap]
  • Philadelphia will look to continue to get back to their winning ways on Monday night when they host the Pittsburgh Penguins. [Flyers game]

NHL News from National Hockey Now

  • The New Jersey Devils are now without Jonas Siegenthaler for the foreseeable future after the defenseman broke his foot against the Vancouver Canucks. What kinds of options are there to replace him? Would Flyers defenseman Nick Seeler fit? [New Jersey Devils]
  • New York Islanders winger Kyle Palmieri was once one of the game’s better top-six wingers until health got in the way. What’s the secret to Palmieri’s best-ever season as an Islander? [New York Islanders]
  • The Pittsburgh Penguins have the oldest roster in pro sports at the moment, but they do have spots for young players, believe it or not. The process just isn’t a simple one. [Pittsburgh Penguins]
  • The Eastern Conference playoff race is only heating up. The Detroit Red Wings just swept their California road trip, wrapping things up with a 3-2 win over the Anaheim Ducks. [Detroit Red Wings]
  • The San Jose Sharks cleaned up their act late in the fall, but now they’re losing again and head coach David Quinn is “pissed off” about it. [San Jose Sharks]

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