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The Daily: Blashill Not Flyers Choice; Brent Burns on the Move?



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Former Detroit Red Wings coach Jeff Blashill is among those who didn’t make the cut in the Philadelphia Flyers coaching search.

Frank Seravalli of reported John Tortorella and Barry Trotz are the favorites in Philadelphia. Many around the NHL believe Tortorella will land the job.

Blashill will land on his feet. He is highly respected around the NHL, and he has a lot of friends around the NHL. Blashill could end up as an associate or assistant coach. He and Tampa Bay Lightning coach Jon Cooper are friends. The Lightning assistants are expected to be interviewed for head coaching jobs after the Stanley Cup Final.

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The Florida Panthers have just fired two assistant coaches, and haven’t said whether head coach Andrew Brunette is safe.

Sportsnet insider Elliotte Friedman said don’t be surprised if Blashill becomes a candidate in Florida.

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Trade talk

The Sharks may trade defenseman Brent Burns this summer. Hockey Now’s Sheng Peng examines the Brent Burns market for the San Jose Sharks.

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Boston: Leach, Montgomery and Leaman all in the hunt for the Boston Bruins head coaching job.

Colorado: Colorado Avalanche are solid favorites on the betting sites. They have been favorites since last summer.

Florida: The Florida Panthers shuffled their coaching staff. Still no word about Andrew Brunette’s fate.

Pittsburgh: Are the Pittsburgh Penguins eyeing American forward Isaac Howard in the draft?

Washington: Washington Capitals prospect wins QMJHL title with Shawinigan.