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Bailey’s Daily: Flyers’ Future; Sidney Crosby for Hart?

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In Monday’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

  • Carolina signed Gleb Trikozov to an entry-level contract on Saturday, which means only good things for the Philadelphia Flyers, Matvei Michkov, and the long-term rebuild in Philly.
  • For those still invested in the playoffs, we rounded up the latest Flyers playoff odds as we head into the final four games of the season. Hint: they’re not very good.
  • Lost in the playoff chase, Flyers forward Garnet Hathaway surprisingly set a new franchise record, surpassing one of his teammates who set the record last season.
  • If you missed Saturday night’s Flyers game against Columbus, rejoice! The performance matched the 6-2 score, and it was a game (nearly) everyone involved should want to quickly forget.
  • And with yet another lackadaisical defensive performance, the Flyers probably miss defenseman Rasmus Ristolainen more than most would care to admit after all this time.

NHL News from National Hockey Now

  • After helping drag the Pittsburgh Penguins back into the playoff race against all odds, it’s time Sidney Crosby gets some Hart Trophy plaudits down the stretch.
  • After suffering an injury on Saturday night, it looks like New Jersey Devils forward and Bill Masterton Trophy nominee Curtis Lazar is going to be done for the year.
  • Is making the Stanley Cup playoffs without winning it all a failure? If you’re the Boston Bruins and Charlie McAvoy, getting in without winning only means so much.
  • The Florida Panthers are just 4-7-2 in their last 13 games, but captain Sasha Barkov and his crew aren’t feeling too worried ahead of the postseason.
  • In the latest edition of “Rink Fries“, Sportsnet’s Jeff Marek wonders if the Devils keep Kurtis MacDermid around in order to have a tough guy in a division full of them.

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