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Bailey’s Daily: Flyers’ Season Ends; Ovechkin Thanks Philly

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In Wednesday’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

  • That’s it; the Philadelphia Flyers‘ 2023-24 season is over. Despite pulling the goalie and going for it all in need of a regulation win, Washington left Wells Fargo Center with a 2-1 win and a playoff berth.
  • Carchidi: So the Flyers are done; what’s next? Simply put, it’s time to turn the page and look toward the 2024 NHL Draft, where the process of the last offseason needs to repeat itself again.
  • Appearing in a YouTube short with Russian content creator Hockey Stigg, Flyers prospect Matvei Michkov teaches the audience how to score like a KHL All-Star.
  • The Flyers announced on Monday that they signed defenseman Hunter McDonald to a two-year, entry-level contract; here’s why you should be excited about McDonald.
  • In case you missed it, Flyers prospect Massimo Rizzo guided the University of Denver to a historic 10th national title on Saturday night.

NHL News from National Hockey Now

  • Sportsnet: Clinching a playoff berth with the win on Tuesday night, Capitals superstar Alex Ovechkin had some kind words and gratitude for the Orange and Black after the game.
  • Not without controversy, especially online, Montreal Canadiens prospect Logan Mailloux made his NHL debut for the Habs on Tuesday night.
  • Very quietly, Nashville Predators defenseman Jeremy Lauzon set a new NHL record for hits made in a single season with 383.
  • Highly touted Colorado Avalanche prospect Nikolai Kovalenko is finally set to make his pro debut in North America after an injury stalled his integration into the organization.
  • The Buffalo Sabres fired head coach Don Granato on Tuesday morning, and now they’re looking for an experienced bench boss to replace him and lead the charge in 2024.

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