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Good morning, my name is Andrew Fantucchio. It’s Monday, September 25, and here’s what I’m focused on around the NHL today.

Bailey Gets First Look With Sens:

Former Islander Josh Bailey is trying to make the Ottawa Senators’s roster while on a PTO contract this preseason and is so far making a strong case for himself.

Bailey picked up an assist to help Ottawa defeat the Toronto Maple Leafs 3-2 in an exhibition on Sunday.

Travis Sanheim Ready To Lead Flyers’s Blueline:

Travis Sanheim believes he can be a leader for the Philadelphia Flyers this season with many of their former veteran defensemen now gone.

Sanheim: From Trade Rumors to Leader of Flyers’ Defense?

Maurice Opens Up About Losing Cup:

Florida Panthers head coach Paul Maurice took losing last year’s Stanley Cup Final as hard as anyone.

Paul Maurice Needed to Get Over Cup Final Loss. He’s Better Now

More From National Hockey Now:

Washington: The Capitals squared off with the Sabres to open their preseason schedule.

Boston: Young Bruins impress in shutout victory over the Rangers.

Montreal: The newest member of the Canadiens is already looking comfortable with his new team.

Nashville: Tanner Molendyk is providing the Predators with a glimpse into their future.

Colorado: Go inside the Avalanche locker room after their preseason win over the Minnesota Wild.

Los Angeles: Ups and down from the Kings’s second game of the preseason.

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