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Bailey’s Daily: Flyers Sign Top Prospect; Kucherov Makes NHL History



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In Thursday’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

  • After a storied 19 seasons in the NHL, former Philadelphia Flyers star Jeff Carter announced his retirement from hockey following the conclusion of Pittsburgh’s game against New York on Wednesday night.
  • Despite being handed a spot in the Stanley Cup playoffs for free, Washington Capitals star Alex Ovechkin found the time to make some snide remarks at the expense of the Flyers after their game against each other on Tuesday night.
  • After a few days of anticipation and patient waiting, the Flyers finally signed stud forward prospect Massimo Rizzo to a two-year, entry-level contract starting in the 2024-25 season.
  • The Flyers‘ 2023-24 season has come to an end, but it went better than everyone expected. In case you missed the game on Tuesday night, we made a few observations about the loss.
  • Carchidi: So the Flyers are out; now what? With a productive season in the books, it’s time to look forward to the 2024 NHL Draft and aim for another successful offseason.

NHL News from National Hockey Now

  • Sportsnet: Tampa Bay Lightning superstar Nikita Kucherov joined Connor McDavid as one of five players in NHL history to record 100 or more assists in a single season.
  • Sportsnet: There were some sad scenes at Mullet Arena as the Arizona Coyotes played their last ever game as Coyotes, but Shane Doan was elated to have been reunited with his retirement banner, which had been thrown in the trash.
  • The Montreal Canadiens exercised an option to keep Martin St. Louis as head coach for an additional two years, and it goes to show how far MSL has come as a coach so far.
  • Watch as Vancouver Canucks defenseman Filip Hronek destroys the Calgary Flames’ bench with an epic chirp caught on a hot mic.
  • Legendary Boston Bruins play-by-play announcer Jack Edwards is calling it a career at age 67 after 19 years on the call for the Spoked B.

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