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Bailey’s Daily: Flyers Fallout, Hanifin Trade Looming, Landeskog Injury Update



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Philadelphia Flyers goaltender Sam Ersson took accountability for the five goals against in the Stadium Series loss. (Photo: AP)

In Monday’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

  • Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Nick Seeler impressed on Saturday in what could be his last NHL trade deadline audition for inquiring teams ahead of March 8.
  • Fellow defenseman Sean Walker, who makes up a pair with Seeler, isn’t going anywhere just yet. His future in Philadelphia is reportedly still undecided.
  • On Saturday night, the Flyers’ dismal outdoor game record got worse, losing 6-3 to the New Jersey Devils in the first of two Stadium Series games this weekend.
  • Prior to puck drop, we previewed some Flyers keys to success for the stadium series – most of which came to be very accurate. Only PhHN+ members get access to that analysis, so be sure to subscribe here!
  • ICYMI: New Flyers captain Sean Couturier kept his injury and the point he’s at in his career in mind when taking the ice at MetLife Stadium on Saturday night.

NHL News from National Hockey Now

  • How did the New Jersey Devils manage to put the Flyers to bed in East Rutherford? Thanks in no small part to Nico Daws and his outdoor game-record 45 saves, the Devils pulled one out from under Philadelphia.
  • A Noah Hanifin trade suddenly seems highly likely, as the Calgary Flames blueliner is expected to hit the open market when NHL free agency opens on July 1.
  • Colorado Avalanche captain Gabriel Landeskog is continuing his rehab and appears to be moving far better than anticipated at this stage of the grind.
  • The Pittsburgh Penguins retired Jaromir Jagr‘s number on Sunday; the NHL legend got honest about his retirement and other regrets from his storied playing days.
  • The New York Rangers won the second leg of the Stadium Series games this weekend, thanks in large part to another New York Islanders collapse that has become far too common for them this season.

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