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Bailey’s Daily: Flyers Management Speaks; Coyotes Headed to Salt Lake City



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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

  • One matchup Philadelphia Flyers fans should keep their eyes on on Saturday: Flyers prospect and University of Denver star Massimo Rizzo squares off with disgraced ex-Flyer Cutter Gauthier and Boston College.
  • Flyers president Keith Jones spoke with our own Sam Carchidi, opening up on a variety of topics, including head coach John Tortorella and the team’s recent catastrophic collapse at the finish line.
  • With a massive 4-1 win over the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden on Thursday night, the Flyers find themselves holding to a sliver of hope for the postseason.
  • Could you imagine the Flyers without their resident tough guy, Nicolas Deslauriers? There’s a story about how he nearly ended up with Pittsburgh instead.
  • In case you missed it, Flyers head coach John Tortorella has been confirmed to be staying with the team after the season.

NHL News from National Hockey Now

  • Arizona Coyotes coaches and players were reportedly informed late Friday night that the franchise would be purchased and relocated to Salt Lake City, Utah, and the move could happen as soon as next week.
  • With the University of Boston eliminated from the NCAA Frozen Four, top Montreal Canadiens prospect Lane Hutson has signed his entry-level contract in order to turn pro.
  • New Jersey Devils general manager Tom Fitzgerald was officially named assistant general manager of Team USA on Friday afternoon, joining Minnesota’s Bill Guerin in the front office.
  • In the midst of the hunt for the Central Division title, Colorado Avalanche superstar Mikko Rantanen is expected to return to the lineup this weekend after avoiding a major injury earlier in the month.
  • Farther east, Boston Bruins winger Pat Maroon is trending towards his debut with the Bs after undergoing back surgery in early February and having been out since January.

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