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Bailey’s Daily: Flyers in Trouble, Tortorella Ejection, Penguins Angry



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Sam Ersson was pulled after allowing four goals on 15 shots on Saturday night. (Photo: AP)

In Sunday’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 Saturday’s Philadelphia Flyers game, consider yourself lucky! After scoring four goals in 10 minutes in the first period, the Tampa Bay Lightning escaped with a 7-0 win.
  • After the last of those four goals, Flyers head coach John Tortorella was ejected after launching an expletive-laden tirade at Wes McCauley and the refereeing crew on Saturday night.
  • Saturday was the first day of the NHL trade deadline aftermath; we recapped all the biggest moves in Saturday morning’s Bailey’s Daily.
  • In one of the most underrated moves of the deadline, the Flyers added an “interesting” winger in Denis Gurianov, who made his Flyers debut on Saturday night.
  • Longtime NHL veteran Erik Johnson also made his debut Saturday, having been pressed into action with Egor Zamula under the weather.

NHL News from National Hockey Now

  • The Colorado Avalanche are about to get some additional reinforcements in the form of KHL prospect Nikolai Kovalenko, if he’s healthy enough to play.
  • After the trade deadline was over, the Pittsburgh Penguins were unhappy with general manager Kyle Dubas selling Jake Guentzel and other players.
  • Having acquired two new goaltenders at the deadline, the New Jersey Devils had four (now three) options in the net. What’s next, both now and in the future?
  • The San Jose Sharks shipped Tomas Hertl off to the Vegas Golden Knights at the deadline; an emotional Logan Couture, who won’t play again this season, talked about it.
  • A Florida Panthers lifer, defenseman Aaron Ekblad passed Jonathan Huberdeau for the second-most games played in Panthers history on Saturday.

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