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Bailey’s Daily: Flyers Blown Out; Canucks Unhappy With Trade Talk

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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

  • In what appears to be a regular occurrence for the month of March, the Philadelphia Flyers game against the Toronto Maple Leafs was yet another blowout. Is trouble on the horizon in South Philly?
  • Thursday night’s Flyers game was just one of many upcoming games that represent a true test of strength and character; the real season starts now for the Orange and Black.
  • It is rare to find a shutdown, No. 1 defenseman who’s only 23 years old, but the Flyers have done just that; Cam York has blown away his peers in his first true season in the NHL.
  • This Ryan Johansen injury debacle is really something, isn’t it? The Flyers need to find a resolution soon, otherwise it means bad news for their offseason plans.
  • Flyers goalie prospect Alexei Kolosov could be joining the team any day now; here’s why you, the fan, should be excited about the 22-year-old Belarusian.

NHL News from National Hockey Now

  • The Vancouver Canucks made quite a bit of noise when reports emerged that they were looking to flip Elias Lindholm; team management wasn’t happy that this info reached the public.
  • Relevant to the Flyers, the Detroit Red Wings have now lost seven straight and are falling further out of the playoff picture. Is it over for the once-promising Red Wings?
  •  There’s been some speculatory talk that Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Erik Karlsson could head back to the Ottawa Senators in the summer: “That’s Canada for you,”
  • The San Jose Sharks took a page out of the Flyers’ playbook on Thursday night, utilizing 13 forwards and five defensemen; what did the players and coaches think of the NHL oddity?
  • So far, so good: Jake Allen bounced back from a rough start to guide the New Jersey Devils to a stunning 6-2 win over the Dallas Stars on Thursday night.

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