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Bailey’s Daily: One More Flyers Trade Likely; Toffoli Trade Next

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Sam Ersson picked up his 18th win of the season for the Philadelphia Flyers on Thursday. (Photo: AP)

In Friday’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

  • If you missed Thursday night’s Philadelphia Flyers game, that’s a shame, but we’ve got you covered; Garnet Hathaway scored the dramatic game-winning goal with just 21.2 seconds left on the clock.
  • Carchidi: Is Flyers general manager Danny Briere becoming the new age ‘Keith the Thief’? He’s had an excellent start to his tenure as Flyers GM.
  • Speaking of Briere, he revealed that the Flyers will attempt to trade Ryan Johansen and find a resolution for the veteran forward ahead of Friday’s 3 p.m. trade deadline.
  • On Wednesday night, the Flyers retained salary in the Noah Hanifin trade, netting them an extra draft pick for their services.
  • How did the Flyers do in the Sean Walker trade? So far, it’s looking like a slam-dunk, even with Johansen potentially out of the picture.

NHL News from National Hockey Now

  • How did the Pittsburgh Penguins do in the Jake Guentzel trade? Based on the early impressions of the return, not very good at all.
  • The Vancouver Canucks missed out on Guentzel as their top trade target; is a Tyler Toffoli trade next on their agenda with only a few hours until the trade deadline?
  • After being acquired in a trade with the Colorado Avalanche, new Buffalo Sabres defenseman Bowen Byram scored in his first game with his new squad; how’d he do it?
  • SJHN+: The San Jose Sharks acquired defenseman Jack Thompson from the Tampa Bay Lightning after shipping out Anthony Duclair; what does an NHL scout think of the Sharks’ newest prospect?
  • Are the Montreal Canadiens sleepwalking through another NHL trade deadline? Kind of, but at least one Canadian team has called them about David Savard, a right-shot defenseman.

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