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Bailey’s Daily: Flyers’ Break, ‘Pissed’ Nico Hischier, Rangers Trade?



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The Philadelphia Flyers limped into their All-Star break after a 6-2 loss to the Boston Bruins on Saturday night. (Photo: AP)

In Monday’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

  • The Philadelphia Flyers signed Owen Tippett to a massive eight-year contract extension last week, but did the team pay a fair price? We ran some numbers and found out for ourselves.
  • Philadelphia is heading into the NHL’s All-Star break on a season-long five-game losing streak after the Flyers game against the Boston Bruins went sideways in a matter of four minutes.
  • At least the team and the fans had something to celebrate before that; the Flyers Alumni Game was a smash hit, drawing a massive crowd at Wells Fargo Center on Friday night.
  • Following the Flyers game against the Bruins, center Ryan Poehling finally inked his two-year contract extension to stay in Philadelphia.
  • ICYMI: Flyers fan-favorite Wayne Simmonds unofficially announced his retirement from the NHL having gone without a contract for more than halfway through the 2023-24 season.

NHL News from National Hockey Now

  • Sportsnet: In lieu of Filip Chytil’s devastating injury setback, Sean Monahan has emerged as a New York Rangers trade candidate as the trade deadline draws nearer.
  • After another deflating loss to an Eastern Conference team, New Jersey Devils captain Nico Hischier says it’s time for the team to “Be pissed off.”
  •  The Florida Panthers are happy to ride their four-game win streak into the All-Star break, thanks in large part to Sam Reinhart.
  • Are the Pittsburgh Penguins rebuilding? Probably not. Should they rebuild? Maybe, but they’ve passed the point of no return already.
  • New York Islanders head coach Patrick Roy has seen lots of good “practice players” but wants to see Oliver Wahlstrom leave it all on the ice in what could be his final opportunity on Long Island.

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