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Bailey’s Daily: Flyers’ All-Star, NHL Roster Moves



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Philadelphia Flyers forward Travis Konecny made his second-career NHL All-Star Game appearance 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 last day.

Flyers News

  • The Colorado Avalanche placed goaltender Ivan Prosvetov on waivers on Saturday, and with a sudden need for goaltending, he is an option for the Philadelphia Flyers.
  • Flyers winger Travis Konecny, now a two-time NHL All-Star, played on Team MacKinnon in the 2024 NHL All-Star Game. Konecny recorded one assist, but he and his team were eliminated in Game 1.
  • We took an inside look at the future of Philadelphia Flyers goaltending, Brandon Wheat Kings netminder Carson Bjarnason, with the insight of Wheat Kings goaltending coach Tyler Plante and Bjarnason himself.
  • Carchidi Column: The Flyers’ 2023-24 season can still be a productive one, even without making the playoffs. That falls on general manager Danny Briere and his ability and willingness to acquire valuable draft picks in the coming weeks.
  • ICYMI: The Flyers are reportedly entertaining trade offers for Scott Laughton, per TSN’s Darren Dreger.

NHL News from National Hockey Now

  • Speaking of the 2024 NHL All-Star Game, is it time to move on from the event and change pace completely?
  • With Prosvetov on waivers, the Colorado Avalanche are poised to turn to one of their top goaltending prospects in Justus Annunen.
  • New York Islanders winger Julien Gauthier was also placed on waivers but went unclaimed. The former first-round pick was expected to draw some interest in that regard.
  • Team Matthews, which won the NHL All-Star Game (Tournament?), was spearheaded in part by Alex DeBrincat, who played alongside Auston Matthews.
  • With the NHL returning to the Winter Olympics in 2026, which New Jersey Devils have a chance of making it onto a roster?

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