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Bailey’s Daily: Flyers Called Out; Sullivan Done in Pittsburgh?



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In Thursday’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

  • Philadelphia Flyers head coach John Tortorella was called out by one of his former players, Brandon Dubinsky, following his treatment of Flyers captain Sean Couturier.
  • If you missed Tuesday night’s Flyers game, you missed a desperate Orange and Black bouncing back with a huge win against the Toronto Maple Leafs, complete with an effort we’ve gotten used to seeing this season.
  • Come for the Flyers game, stay for the Nick Deslauriers fight and takedown of Maple Leafs enforcer Ryan Reaves, who suffered a right-eye injury in the fight.
  • Tortorella’s early gamble with scratching Sean Couturier made good returns on the investment, but will the early payoff last down the stretch?
  • Objects in the mirror are closer than they appear; the Buffalo Sabres are surprisingly gaining ground on the Flyers in the race to the postseason after a sudden surge in form.

NHL News from National Hockey Now

  • The Montreal Canadiens, like the Flyers, are rebuilding, just in a different way. Which of the Canadiens’ forwards have progressed the most since the All-Star break?
  • Some Calgary Flames fans are already dedicating one eye towards the start of free agency, but who could the Flames really be after this summer?
  • New Jersey Devils fans and hockey enjoyers everywhere have been waiting for Alex Holtz to arrive; interim head coach Travis Green explains why Holtz got a mulligan in Tuesday’s game despite making a grave mistake in his own end.
  • The Pittsburgh Penguins lost to the Devils big time on Tuesday, and now it’s time to wonder how much longer the wick on Mike Sullivan‘s candle has left to burn.
  • The Detroit Red Wings are in desperate need of anyone or anything to get them back on track; young defenseman Simon Edvinsson has stood out in his return to Detroit.

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