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Bailey’s Daily: Flyers Sinking, Kylington Returns, Devils Contracts

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Philadelphia Flyers goaltender Sam Ersson was the victim of several bad bounces on Thursday night. (Photo: AP)

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

Flyers News

  • Our three takeaways from the Philadelphia Flyers game, which saw the team lose their fourth straight, this time to the Detroit Red Wings. Former Flyer Alex Lyon posted a 30-save shutout in the nightmare result.
  • The Flyers alumni roster has been confirmed for Friday’s alumni game against the Boston Bruins alumni, featuring some honorary coaches.
  • Former Flyers star Mike Richards is stoked to be returning to Philadelphia for the game, remarking that he loved his time with the team and wanted to stay with them.
  • The time is now for former Los Angeles Kings goaltender Cal Petersen, who has a massive opportunity to save his NHL career.
  • Just seven months after being traded, former Flyers standout Ivan Provorov is reportedly back on the NHL trade block.
  • General manager Danny Briere and the Flyers were left with no answers regarding Carter Hart and the Hockey Canada reports.

NHL News from National Hockey Now

  • New Jersey Devils general manager Tom Fitzgerald provided contract updates on pending free agents Dawson Mercer and Tyler Toffoli.
  • Calgary Flames defenseman Oliver Kylington returned to NHL ice for the first time in 20 months.
  • In his return to Montreal, Montreal Canadiens fans gave Patrick Roy an emotional ovation.
  • Pittsburgh Penguins forward Bryan Rust knows the Penguins need to be better and acknowledged they’ve played “horse s–t” games this season.
  • The Buffalo Sabres, led by youngster J.J. Peterka, came back with four unanswered goals to embarrass the Kings and steal a win.

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