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Bailey’s Daily: Flyers Cap Space, Hockey Canada, Andrei Kuzmenko



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The Philadelphia Flyers earned a desperately-needed win against the Florida Panthers on Tuesday night. (Photo: AP)

In Wednesday’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

  • Tuesday night’s Philadelphia Flyers game sure was something, wasn’t it? After falling down 1-0 and stuck in the mud, Philadelphia pulled it out for a stunning win.
  • The Flyers cap space situation looks different now, with some relief being handed down from the NHL. How will (or won’t) they use it?
  • The Flyers need to get Marc Staal some more playing time; he’s losing his game fitness, which makes him less valuable to Philadelphia and even less valuable to contenders considering placing a call.
  • What’s next for Carter Hart? A defense attorney specializing in sexual assault cases weighed in, explaining the process ahead and offering a timeline.
  • For PhHN+ subscribers: what should the Flyers‘ lineup look like going forward? We ran the numbers and weighed in, featuring a controversial omission.

Philadelphia Flyers news

NHL News from National Hockey Now

  • Keeping up with the latest on Hockey Canada, Michael McLeod, Cal Foote, and the rest of the players won’t even begin court proceedings until April 30.
  • Led by Lars Eller, the Pittsburgh Penguins are starting to speak out and own up to their inconsistencies.
  • The Boston Bruins laid an egg in the stereotypical trap game against the Calgary Flames in Andrei Kuzmenko’s debut for his new club on Tuesday night.
  • Embattled veteran Jonathan Huberdeau played a big hand in the Flames’ win, linking up with Kuzmenko for a beautiful goal.
  • Is the Buffalo Sabres trade market about to heat up? The team played much better hockey in the month of January, but their uphill battle to the postseason got even steeper with a slew of new injuries.

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