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Bailey’s Daily: Flyers Working on Fedotov, Kolosov; Vanecek Moves On



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The Philadelphia Flyers have now lost two winnable games in a row. (Photo: AP)

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

  • If you missed Thursday night’s Philadelphia Flyers game, you’re in luck! Our three takeaways weren’t very positive ones as the Orange and Black slogged to one of their most boring defeats of the season in uninspired fashion.
  • Flyers goalie prospect Alexei Kolosov is going through the visa and immigration process, preparing to resume his professional playing career with, likely, the Lehigh Valley Phantoms in the AHL, when he arrives.
  • In other KHL goalie news, former Flyers goalie prospect Ivan Fedotov had his contract with CSKA Moscow terminated as he plots a shock return to the Flyers organization in the coming weeks.
  • The NCAA Division I Men’s Ice Hockey Tournament kicked off on Thursday with five Flyers prospects in attendance representing the organization.
  • For PhHN+ subscribers: if push comes to shove, the Flyers can address their backup goalie woes via free agency in the offseason.

NHL News from National Hockey Now

  • Former New Jersey Devils goaltender Vitek Vanecek spoke for the first time since being traded to San Jose earlier in the month,  stating, “I don’t want to talk about New Jersey anymore.”
  • Colorado Avalanche superstar Nathan MacKinnon saw his historic 35-game home scoring streak come to an end, though not without controversy.
  • With the help of the Montreal Canadiens on Thursday night, the Boston Bruins clinched their eighth consecutive berth in the Stanley Cup playoffs.
  • The Detroit Red Wings got blanked by Carolina on Thursday night, but it’s not the end for them. Not yet, at least. This weekend will decide their fate.
  • Pittsburgh Penguins forward Evgeni Malkin got to enjoy a little bit of family company, for the first time in a while, as the season starts to wind down, “It’s been since like 2018 or 19, it was a long time ago.”

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