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Bailey’s Daily: Flyers Get Seeler Back; Dougie Hamilton Injury Update



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Flyers defenseman Nick Seeler returned from an 11-game absence on Saturday night. (Photo: AP)

In Sunday’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

  • “We sucked tonight,” said head coach John Tortorella after a brutal 5-1 loss in Saturday night’s Philadelphia Flyers game against the visiting Chicago Blackhawks. The loss marked their second loss in three days to a bottom-six team in the NHL.
  • In the game, veteran Flyers forward Scott Laughton dropped the gloves with Chicago forward Ryan Donato in an effort to try and galvanize the troops.
  • As for some better news, rugged defenseman Nick Seeler returned to the Flyers’ lineup on Saturday after missing 11 games with a lower-body injury, which he later revealed to be an ankle injury.
  • Montreal defenseman Kaiden Guhle was suspended one game by the NHL’s Department of Player Safety for slashing Flyers forward Travis Konecny from the bench on Thursday.
  • In case you missed it, after a “really difficult two years”, Flyers goalie Ivan Fedotov is ready to help the Orange and Black during their playoff push.

NHL News from National Hockey Now

  • New Jersey Devils interim head coach Travis Green shared on Saturday that star defenseman Dougie Hamilton is not expected to return to action this season.
  • After four goals against and an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty, the Colorado Avalanche yanked Alexandar Georgiev and mounted a comeback, defeating Nashville 7-4.
  • Perhaps more surprising than Chicago’s win, the San Jose Sharks, led by Mackenzie Blackwood, shut out the playoff-hopeful St. Louis Blues, winning 4-0.
  • The Boston Bruins were of no help to the Flyers on Saturday night, allowing Washington to pick up a point to advance in the standings.
  • On the other hand, the Detroit Red Wings are within two points of the final wildcard spot in the Eastern Conference, with a game in hand, after earning a point against Florida.

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