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‘Manifest’: What Happened To Flight 828 Captain Bill Daly?

In Manifest Season 1, fans witnessed the mysterious disappearance of Montego Airlines Flight 828. During a flight from Jamaica to New York, the plane experienced some heavy turbulence in a massive storm but later landed without issue. However, when Flight 828 touched down, the passengers and crew learned that they had been missing for five years and presumed dead. To make matters even stranger, the passengers and crew remained the same age, but the rest of the world aged five years.
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NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly says Flyers to resume play on Thursday, remain on track for Lake Tahoe

It sure sounds as though the Flyers’ COVID-related team pause is going to finish by the end of the week, with NHL deputy commission Bill Daly saying the team will resume its schedule on Thursday. Daly says the league will “continue to monitor the situation” with the Flyers, who would stand to not only return to play the Rangers on Thursday, but would also remain in the NHL’s outdoor showcase in Lake Tahoe against the Bruins on Sunday in a nationally televised game.

NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly says they believe they’ve reached an agreement for their teams to play in Canada this season

One of the big questions about the NHL’s plans for a 56-game season beginning in January has been about the league’s seven Canadian teams, as the current quarantine restrictions in many Canadian provinces would not normally allow for the frequent travel the league will require in a bubbleless season. And there was talk that the Canadian teams might have to relocate to U.S. arenas for this season (as the NBA’s Toronto Raptors have done, and as MLB’s Toronto Blue Jays did this past season). On Wednesday, though, NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly seen above during the 2018 Stanley Cup Final) told Pierre LeBrun of TSN and The Athletic that the league believes they have an agreement for their Canadian teams to play in their home arenas this season.