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Bailey’s Daily: Johansen’s Future With Flyers; Ivan Fedotov Contract

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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

  • Having signed his entry-level contract with the Philadelphia Flyers earlier in the week, NCAA star Massimo Rizzo is joining the Lehigh Valley Phantoms on an AHL tryout for the rest of this season.
  • Based on his own comments and the team’s comments, there does not seem to be much of a future where veteran forward Cam Atkinson remains a member of the Flyers.
  • According to a report from NHL insider Elliotte Friedman, the Flyers are expected to announce an Ivan Fedotov contract extension in the very near future.
  • General manager Danny Briere said on Friday that Ryan Johansen is still rehabbing and that he doesn’t expect him back, suggesting that Johansen’s Flyers career and NHL career are all but over – at least on the surface.
  • In case you missed it, Flyers defenseman Jamie Drysdale said earlier in the week that he will “potentially” need to undergo an offseason operation to address an injury.

NHL News from National Hockey Now

  • Stanley Cup playoffs: the New York Islanders‘ lack of finishing and firepower showed up on the scoresheet, dropping Game 1 to Freddie Andersen and the Carolina Hurricanes, 3-1.
  • Stanley Cup playoffs: elsewhere, the Boston Bruins swiped Game 1 from the Toronto Maple Leafs, 5-1, on the heels of an outstanding performance from goaltender Jeremy Swayman.
  • Great news for the New Jersey Devils: Jacob Markstrom appears more than willing to leave Calgary after his latest comments about the season and his future.
  • The Colorado Avalanche are going to be without breakout star Jonathan Drouin for the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs after he suffered an injury in the regular season finale.
  • San Jose Sharks captain Logan Couture shares his offseason plans, next steps in his recovery, who he wants to win the Stanley Cup, and comments on Sharks leadership.

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