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Bailey’s Daily: A Flyers Reunion; Flames Call Off Markstrom Trade



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In Tuesday’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

  • Monday’s Philadelphia Flyers game was a doozy; we’ve got you covered with our takeaways from the low-event shootout loss to the St. Louis Blues.
  • According to a report, the Toronto Maple Leafs won’t put Martin Jones on waivers because of the Flyers; would a reunion be in the cards if he hit waivers?
  • Believe it or not, former Flyers enforcer Donald Brashear is still fighting people and playing hockey at the ripe age of 52.
  • Despite the Flyers being left with no other choice, Felix Sandstrom is ready to seize the backup goalie job: “I want to be that guy,”.
  • ICYMI: The Flyers officially signed London Knights forward Denver Barkey to his entry-level contract; here’s what it means.

NHL News from National Hockey Now

  • The Calgary Flames reportedly rejected a Jacob Markstrom trade that would have sent the goalie to New Jersey – the call didn’t come from management.
  • They finally did it, huh? On Monday evening, the New Jersey Devils fired head coach Lindy Ruff and named Travis Green the interim head coach.
  • A bad season gets even worse for the Pittsburgh Penguins; former winger Alex Nylander, brother of William, is blowing the roof off with the Columbus Blue Jackets.
  • Don’t look now, but the Colorado Avalanche are finally getting backup goaltending; Justus Annunen just posted shutouts in two consecutive games after his win on Monday.
  • According to a report, the San Jose Sharks are unlikely to get much for any of their available players at the 2024 NHL trade deadline due to a lack of interest around the league.

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