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Bailey’s Daily: Flyers News, Juraj Slafkovsky, Noah Hanifin Trade?



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The Philadelphia Flyers could theoretically see Ilya Bryzgalov's son play for them before they finish paying off his 2013 buyout. (Photo: AP)

In Thursday’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

  • Ilya Bryzgalov’s time with the Philadelphia Flyers ended on a sour note, but his son, Vladislav Bryzgalov, is eligible for the 2024 NHL Draft and has been ranked as the No. 31 North American goalie by NHL Central Scouting.
  • The Flyers impressively defeated the Florida Panthers on Tuesday night, which prompted head coach John Tortorella to compliment his squad in classic, explicit Tortorella fashion.
  • If you missed what happened in the Flyers game on Tuesday night, we’ve got you covered with our game story and three takeaways.
  • The Flyers are getting cap relief on Carter Hart‘s salary, but how will they use it? Or rather, how won’t they use it?
  • Speaking of Carter Hart, what’s next for him? A defense attorney joined TSN to discuss the next steps in the legal process, as well as a potential timeline for an initial trial.

NHL News from National Hockey Now

  • After a blatant and illegal headshot against the Pittsburgh Penguins‘ Noah Acciari, Winnipeg Jets defenseman Brenden Dillon has been suspended for three games.
  • Montreal Canadiens fans will be happy to hear that Juraj Slafkovsky is finally starting to make consistent, significant strides in his development.
  • It would appear that a conclusion to the Noah Hanifin saga is finally drawing near, whether it’s with the Calgary Flames or another NHL team.
  • Boston Bruins rookie standout Matt Poitras is done for the year; he’ll be out for an estimated five months following a right shoulder surgery.
  • It’s official: Connor Bedard and the Chicago Blackhawks will be hosting the 2025 Winter Classic, set to take place at Chicago’s own Wrigley Field.

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