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Bailey’s Daily: Penguins Trade Coming, Avalanche Want Reinforcements



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Nick Seeler participated in his fourth fight of the year for the Philadelphia Flyers on Wednesday night. (Photo: AP)

In Thursday’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

  • Travis Konecny led the way for his team in the Philadelphia Flyers game against the Chicago Blackhawks on Wednesday night; No. 11 extended his point streak to seven games with his goal.
  • Come for the Flyers game; stay for the Nick Seeler fight. Seeler beat the brakes off of Blackhawks forward Reese Johnson early on in the third period.
  • Are the Flyers really headed towards the playoffs? With the New Jersey Devils, New York Islanders, and Pittsburgh Penguins all fighting to become ‘Best of the Worst’, it seems highly likely.
  • The Winnipeg Jets have been heavily scouting the Orange and Black, and Philadelphia has returned the favor. Who could some Flyers trade targets be out in Manitoba?
  • ICYMI: Matvei Michkov discussed his offseason plans with MatchTV and quietly admitted that he’s never actually seen the ice at Wells Fargo Center before.

NHL News from National Hockey Now

  • There’s no way around it: a Penguins trade or two is on the table as Kyle Dubas continues to search for answers, whether it be short-term or long-term.
  • Out west, Colorado Avalanche trade talk is heating up as the team continues to look at Chris Tanev, as well as options to address their non-existent center depth.
  • After blowing another lead against the Penguins, the New York Islanders finally bounced back to win a game. Mat Barzal says it’s up to the team to keep it going.
  • The Vegas Golden Knights placed Jack Eichel on LTIR, and Mark Stone got injured shortly thereafter. Has anyone seen this movie before?
  • It’s been a rough few years for Florida Panthers forward Anton Lundell, but he’s stepping up when it matters the most. “I just tried to pick the corner.”

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