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Bailey’s Daily: Flyers Lose Prospect; Surprise Jesper Bratt Injury?



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In Tuesday’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

  • NHL trade rumor season is already upon us, and with that, here’s why a Joel Farabee trade would be a huge mistake for the Philadelphia Flyers this summer.
  • Despite being able to sign him since the end of March, the Flyers are expected to lose University of Minnesota prospect Bryce Brodzinski to free agency when his signing rights expire in August.
  • Remember these three guys? Here are three players you forgot ever played for the Flyers, including one Hockey Hall of Famer.
  • Comments from an NHL insider are what kicked off the Joel Farabee trade speculation, but are the Flyers even in a position to make such a trade in the first place?
  • In case you missed it, Flyers head coach John Tortorella again dismissed speculation about his future and his role in the organization going forward.

NHL News from National Hockey Now

  • Vancouver Canucks defenseman Ian Cole said after the Game 1 victory that some of his teammates had tears in their eyes from the arena atmosphere during pregame warmups.
  • No nostalgia here, apparently. After coaching the Buffalo Sabres for 16 years already, Lindy Ruff is back as the organization’s head coach after 11 years and pitstops with Dallas and New Jersey.
  • After a rough go at the University of Wisconsin, Detroit Red Wings prospect Brady Cleveland is making a change and switching schools, like many of his Badgers teammates.
  • Stanley Cup playoffs: Mark Stone returned to the lineup and scored, because of course, as the Vegas Golden Knights survived the Dallas Stars for a 4-3 win in Game 1 on Monday night.
  • New Jersey Devils forward Jesper Bratt is set to miss the IIHF World Championships as the result of an unknown, previously undisclosed injury.

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