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Bailey’s Daily: Flyers Prospect Moves; Montgomery Out in Boston?

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In Saturday’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

  • Stud Philadelphia Flyers goalie prospect Egor Zavragin was traded from his minor-league club to SKA St. Petersburg of the KHL, and that could be great news for the future of the Flyers.
  • Carchidi: Former Flyers defenseman Chris Therien will be traveling to the Pennsylvania State Capitol on Wednesday to educate state legislators on recovery from substance abuse.
  • Flyers general manager Danny Briere was spotted watching international U18 games in Finland on Wednesday; here’s what it means for the Flyers and their plans.
  • Bailey: Just because the Flyers might be getting Matvei Michkov into the fold this summer doesn’t mean they can afford to alter the course and change their plans for building the team.
  • In case you missed it, the Flyers are reportedly open to bringing back veteran defenseman Erik Johnson for one more season.

NHL News from National Hockey Now

  • Removing yet another coach from the organization, the Pittsburgh Penguins announced that they fired associate coach Todd Reirden on Thursday.
  • Adding to the excitement later in the month, the New Jersey Devils sent two more players to participate in the upcoming IIHF Men’s World Championships in Czechia.
  • If they blow another lead in the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs, could the Boston Bruins really cut ties with head coach Jim Montgomery after just two seasons?
  • Leading the Nashville Predators to a 100-point campaign in his first season, head coach Andrew Brunette was named a finalist for the Jack Adams Award on Thursday.
  • Speaking of Jack Adams, was Florida Panthers head coach Paul Maurice robbed of a place as a finalist? Colby Guy makes the case.

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