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Bailey’s Daily: Flyers Prospects; Saros Trade Unlikely



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Philadelphia Flyers goaltender Sam Ersson wasn't overly receptive to the idea of playing in the dark, but got the win anyway. (Photo: AP)

In Wednesday’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

  • Tuesday night’s Philadelphia Flyers game was… something. Lights? No lights? No matter. The youth takeover guided the Flyers to a much-needed win against a desperate Tampa Bay Lightning team.
  • According to reports out of Sweden, Flyers prospect Adam Ginning might end up leaving the organization when his contract expires in the summer.
  • An Elias Pettersson trade is not out of the question with the superstar not budging on a contract extension; here’s why he makes sense for the Flyers.
  • Bobby Brink, one of the Flyers’ heroes on Tuesday night, was recalled on Tuesday morning. Rasmus Ristolainen was moved to injured reserve as a result.
  • Artur Tyanulin, a veteran teammate of Matvei Michkov, says he’s never seen “such a scoring instinct” before.

NHL News from National Hockey Now

  • According to Nashville Predators general manager Barry Trotz, it will take a ludicrous offer to make a Juuse Saros trade happen ahead of the NHL trade deadline.
  • A new report from TSN suggests that the New Jersey Devils prefer to sign pending free agent Tyler Toffoli to a contract extension at some point in the future.
  • In what may be the least surprising news ever, defenseman Cale Makar is continuing to set Colorado Avalanche franchise records.
  • After getting injured against the Flyers in the Sunday afternoon game, Pittsburgh Penguins winger Bryan Rust is week-to-week with an upper-body injury.
  • The Montreal Canadiens are still picking up wins here and there, this time thanks in large part to youngsters like Joshua Roy, Samuel Montembeault, and Jordan Harris.

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