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Bailey’s Daily: Flyers, Frost Surging; Islanders Missing Playoffs?

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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

  • Another day, another crucial Philadelphia Flyers game; this time, the Orange and Black had to settle for the loser point after traveling to Carolina and losing 3-2 in overtime.
  • Flyers center Morgan Frost matched his career-high point streak of five games against Carolina, continuing to prove his worth and long-term value to Philadelphia over time.
  • Out of left field, Flyers head coach John Tortorella was called out by one of his former players, Brandon Dubinsky, for his treatment of captain Sean Couturier.
  • And, without Sean Couturier, the Flyers have accrued three of a possible four points in two captain-less games. Their playoff hopes are growing, but for how long?
  • In case you missed it, Flyers tough guy Nick Deslauriers dropped the gloves with Ryan Reaves on Tuesday night, stunning Toronto’s enforcer with a straight left before scoring the takedown.

NHL News from National Hockey Now

  • After an abandoned team trip, the Nashville Predators have stunned the hockey world with their newly found winning ways; how have they done it?
  • Losers of three straight, the New York Islanders are falling out of playoff contention rapidly after Thursday night’s loss to Detroit. They are just 4-5-1 in their last 10 and five points behind Detroit for the last wildcard spot in the East.
  • How about Juraj Slafkovsky? The young Montreal Canadiens forward is quietly headed towards a 40-point season after extending his scoring streak to six games on Thursday night.
  • FHN+: After being bought out by the Vancouver Canucks, Florida Panthers defenseman Oliver Ekman-Larsson is loving life in Sunrise.
  • Former KHL stud Nikolai Kovalenko is rehabbing right now, but he should be back and making his debut for the Colorado Avalanche before the end of the season.

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