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Bailey’s Daily: Patrick Kane Returns to Chicago; Ruff Continues to Backpedal

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Philadelphia Flyers goaltender Cal Petersen allowed seven tough goals against the Penguins on Sunday afternoon. (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

  • In case you missed it, goaltending and defense were optional in Sunday’s Philadelphia Flyers game against the Pittsburgh Penguins, which ended in a 7-6 loss for Philly.
  • Flyers prospect Matvei Michkov fell just short of tying and breaking Kirill Kaprizov’s KHL U-20 scoring record, but ultimately, his battle with pneumonia cost him a few too many games.
  • Would the Flyers trade Nick Seeler and Sean Walker as a package? Two teams have reportedly placed calls asking about the possibility of such a deal.
  • Fight of the year? The Matt Rempe fight with Flyers winger Nick Deslauriers is one you simply cannot afford to miss.
  • ICYMI: The Vegas Golden Knights are down Jack Eichel and Mark Stone; here’s why a Flyers trade could make some sense.

NHL News from National Hockey Now

  • New Jersey Devils head coach Lindy Ruff continues to gradually change his tune towards the media, now taking responsibility for his team’s repeated shortcomings in a crucial part of the season.
  • Blink, and you might miss it! Florida Panthers defenseman Gustav Forsling went from injured to overtime hero in only a few days.
  • Because of course he did, Detroit Red Wings winger Patrick Kane scored the overtime winner in his sensational return to the United Center in Chicago on Sunday night.
  • Speaking of the Chicago Blackhawks, the team gave Kane an amazing tribute video, and as Kane skated laps around the ice at the United Center, the crowd cheered louder and louder for him.
  • San Jose Sharks forward Nico Sturm feels he is part of the team’s plans going forward, but if he isn’t, he’s ready for whatever comes next.

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