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Bailey’s Daily: Flyers Trade Rumors; Devils Want Craig Berube?



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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

With the Toronto Maple Leafs crashing and burning out of the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs, the trade speculation around Mitchell Marner has picked up once again. Though it might be tempting, the Philadelphia Flyers need to stay out of this one.

Flyers general manager Danny Briere was assessing the situation at the IIHF Men’s U18 World Championship when he took some time to address the future of the team as well as offer some insight into his plans for the 2024 NHL Draft.

The Pittsburgh Penguins fired Todd Reirden after stumbling to a terrible 30th-ranked power play; here’s how the Flyers can learn from their rivals going forward.

Stud Flyers goalie prospect Egor Zavragin was traded to SKA St. Petersburg at the end of the week; this is actually great news for the Flyers’ future.

In case you missed it, Matvei Michkov could genuinely join the Flyers organization earlier than anticipated; however, the organization cannot allow that to cloud or change its judgment going forward.

NHL News from National Hockey Now

According to a report, the New Jersey Devils have had “extensive talks” with former Flyers and St. Louis Blues head coach Craig Berube, who was fired by the Blues early in December.

With the Mike Sullivan rumors running wild, here’s three reasons why the Pittsburgh Penguins should avoid hiring Maple Leafs head coach Sheldon Keefe as his replacement.

Champions no more; reigning Stanley Cup champion Vegas Golden Knights were eliminated in Game 7 by the Dallas Stars on Sunday night. Their dried-up offense is largely to blame for the early exit.

With his Detroit Red Wings failing to qualify for the Stanley Cup playoffs, defenseman Simon Edvinsson is still feeling miffed about the team’s failures.

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