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Bailey’s Daily: Flyers Trade Rumors; Canucks Make History

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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

  • Remember these three guys? Here are three Philadelphia Flyers you might have forgotten played for the team, or might not have known they played for the team, period.
  • Is it too early for Flyers trade rumors, especially involving a player like Joel Farabee? While it might sound surprising, there are a few reasons why the possibility, at the very least, makes some sense.
  • Using his exit interview as an opportunity to further quell speculation, Flyers head coach John Tortorella dismissed questions about his future coaching the team.
  • After spending some time celebrating his NCAA title with the University of Denver, Flyers prospect Massimo Rizzo has joined up with the Lehigh Valley Phantoms on an AHL tryout and will be eligible to play during their playoff run.
  • In case you missed it, the Flyers are expected to announce a contract extension for goaltender Ivan Fedotov very shortly, according to a report.

NHL News from National Hockey Now

  • Stanley Cup playoffs: Hosting their first playoff game at Rogers Arena in over 3,000 days, the Vancouver Canucks made a little bit of history in their playoff win over Nashville on Sunday night.
  • Stanley Cup playoffs: Despite the loss to Vancouver, Predators defenseman Roman Josi managed to get involved in some franchise history of his own on Sunday night.
  • Stanley Cup playoffs: Game 1, game done. The Florida Panthers managed to take a 3-2 win from their interstate rivals on Sunday afternoon despite a visit from a former friend of theirs.
  • Stanley Cup playoffs: Although they scored six goals, the Colorado Avalanche lost Game 1 to Winnipeg thanks in large part to Alexandar Georgiev’s self-implosion in net.
  • Montreal Canadiens captain Nick Suzuki isn’t going to be representing Canada at the upcoming World Championships, but his decision not to play is justified.

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