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.
— Ottawa Senators (@Senators) September 24, 2023
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.
Maurice Opens Up About Losing Cup:
Florida Panthers head coach Paul Maurice took losing last year’s Stanley Cup Final as hard as anyone.
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.