Connect with us

Flyers Daily News

Bailey’s Daily: Flyers Trade Rumors; Thatcher Demko Injury Update



Philadelphia Flyers news
(Photo: AP)

In Friday’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

  • According to two of The Athletic‘s best, the Minnesota Wild reportedly were aiming to get Cutter Gauthier in a trade with the Philadelphia Flyers back in January before the team pivoted to Anaheim and Jamie Drysdale.
  • We have more hockey coming up for at least one Flyers forward; Joel Farabee will be representing Team USA at the upcoming IIHF Men’s World Championships next month.
  • This huge Flyers trade with the Anaheim Ducks would help both teams address big-time needs even before they make crucial selections at the 2024 NHL Draft.
  • Did the Flyers get the short end of the stick on the Ivan Fedotov contract? Perhaps, but it’s important to keep these things in perspective before passing judgment.
  • In case you missed it, former Flyers star Jakub Voracek has announced his retirement from hockey after suffering a dozen concussions during his playing career.

NHL News from National Hockey Now

  • Before arriving in Colorado, Avalanche forward Casey Mittelstadt had no playoff experience at the NHL level. Now, one of the game’s biggest superstars is singing his praises.
  • The Boston Bruins are perhaps unsurprisingly using a goalie platoon in the Stanley Cup playoffs, but Jeremy Swayman is not a huge fan of it on record.
  • Is it time for the Pittsburgh Penguins to move Evgeni Malkin to wing? With this offseason boasting one of the better forward free agent classes in recent memory, now could be a good time.
  • Stanley Cup playoffs: Brooms out? The Florida Panthers are on the verge of delivering the first sweep of the 2024 Stanley Cup playoffs.
  • Stanley Cup playoffs: Game over for Thatcher Demko? Conflicting reports are at odds on the Vancouver Canucks goalie’s timeline, but either way, it’s looking like more bad news.

For more Flyers news and up-to-date coverage, visit Philly Hockey Now and like our Facebook page.
Follow us on 𝕏:

Get PhHN in Your Inbox

Enter your email address to get all of our posts sent directly to your inbox.

Flyers Cap Info

Copyright © 2023 National Hockey Now and Philadelphia Hockey Now. In no way affiliated with the Philadelphia Flyers or the National Hockey League.