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Bailey’s Daily: More Flyers Injuries, Saros Trade Cost, Russia Ban

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Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Cam York left Thursday's game early and did not return. (Photo: AP)

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

Flyers News

  • Thursday night’s Philadelphia Flyers game was spoiled by Auston Matthews and the Toronto Maple Leafs, as the hosts emerged victorious in overtime. Sean Couturier and Cam York both left the game early with injuries.
  • Carchidi Column: the Flyers did well to survive the game and make it to overtime; they can take positives from the point they earned.
  • Flyers prospects Matvei Michkov and Yegor Zavragin, joined by other prospects, made their case via written letter to IIHF president Luc Tardif regarding Russia’s ban from international hockey competitions.
  • Head coach John Tortorella spoke on the Flyers trade rumors on Wednesday afternoon, saying, “It is what it is.” His and the team’s positions on the NHL trade deadline remain unchanged.
  • ICYMI: The Flyers named Sean Couturier the 20th captain in franchise history on Wednesday night, but what does it mean for the team and its future?

NHL News from National Hockey Now

  • Top Colorado Avalanche prospect Calum Ritchie sat down with Colorado Hockey Now’s Evan Rawal, discussing everything from Nathan MacKinnon to surgery rehab.
  • How much is a Juuse Saros trade going to cost? If you’re the New Jersey Devils, a lot of pieces you might prefer to keep.
  • Do the New York Islanders still have a chance at the postseason? Well, yes, but Patrick Roy is already galvanizing his group for wins.
  • The Pittsburgh Penguins are going to be without star winger Jake Guentzel up to or through the trade deadline, which is bad news for the desperate, struggling Pens.
  • The Chicago Blackhawks got Connor Bedard back after he missed extensive time with a broken jaw, and he’s back to putting his team on his back.

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