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Bailey’s Daily: Flyers Prospects Dazzling; Bruins Prepared for Huge Offseason

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In Saturday’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

  • The Philadelphia Flyers could have a star in the making; prospect Denver Barkey picked up a power play assist for the London Knights to give him a grand total of 100 points and counting this season.
  • Speaking of Flyers prospects, 2022 sixth-round pick Hunter McDonald has agreed to a tryout with the Lehigh Valley Phantoms and will play in the AHL for the rest of this season.
  • After a trade and a slew of injuries, Ronnie Attard has graduated from the AHL; Flyers general manager Danny Briere says Attard has earned it, regardless of any other circumstances.
  • Carchidi: The Flyers might have lost 3-2 to Carolina in overtime on Thursday night, but picking up a point away from home feels like a win.
  • In case you missed it, Flyers center Morgan Frost tied a career-high five-game point streak in the loss and has proved his long-term value to the organization over these last few weeks.

NHL News from National Hockey Now

  • Montreal Canadiens goalie prospect Jacob Fowler has enjoyed an excellent season in the NCAA this year, but the Habs must be cautious not to rush greatness.
  • Everyone knows about Juuse Saros and Yaroslav Askarov, but it’s time Nashville Predators goalie Kevin Lankinen gets his flowers with the team streaking towards the postseason.
  • Nathan MacKinnon deservedly draws all the chatter for the Colorado Avalanche, but it’s newcomer Casey Mittelstadt who’s stepped up to the plate for the Avs in a big way lately.
  • Predators head coach Andrew Brunette guided the Florida Panthers to a 58-win season just two years ago, “But kind of like when I was a player, they don’t want you anymore, so you move on.”
  • According to a source, Boston Bruins GM Don Sweeney has set the stage for a massive offseason up in Beantown.

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