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Bailey’s Daily: Flyers Trade Rumors; Jake Guentzel Trade Coming



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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

  • According to a new report, a potential Philadelphia Flyers trade would see either Nick Seeler or Sean Walker leave Philly, but not both.
  • Based on the current market price and rumblings around the league, the Flyers are not likely to trade Scott Laughton before Friday’s NHL trade deadline.
  • If you missed Seeler’s injury, and Monday’s Flyers game, we have you covered with our takeaways from the uneventful game that ended in a shootout loss for the Orange and Black.
  • According to a report, the Toronto Maple Leafs are consciously blocking a Martin Jones reunion with his old Flyers by keeping the veteran goalie away from the waiver wire.
  • Remember Donald Brashear, the old Flyers enforcer of four seasons? Well, at the age of 52, he’s still scoring points and fighting people playing hockey.

NHL News from National Hockey Now

  • We have our first surprisingly unsurprising Vegas Golden Knights trade – one which sent a Metropolitan Division winger to Sin City.
  • On Tuesday, the Colorado Avalanche rewarded a preseason standout with an entry-level contract. Ivan Ivan, yes, Ivan Ivan, is now an Avalanche player after his hard work paid off.
  • According to a bombshell report, the Vancouver Canucks could reportedly flip Elias Lindholm to the Boston Bruins to facilitate a Jake Guentzel trade.
  • 2018 first-round pick Joe Veleno is finally breaking out for the Detroit Red Wings, establishing himself as an indispensable jack-of-all-trades for the Winged Wheel.
  • After trading Chris Tanev to the Dallas Stars, the Calgary Flames claimed Stars defenseman Joel Hanley off waivers on Tuesday afternoon.
  • The latest report from TSN’s Darren Dreger claims the Pittsburgh Penguins are aiming to have Jake Guentzel traded by the end of Wednesday.

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