Wednesday Morning Fly By: Speaking of top 25 under 25...

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Lots of links today, including a great article by Ellen Etchingham, two top 25 under 25 lists, and the first Phantoms practice in Glens Falls.

Today's open discussion thread, complete with your daily dose of Philadelphia Flyers-related news and notes...

  • Ellen Etchingham watches the 1987 Finals and writes another terrific piece on the state of hockey: [Backhand Shelf]
  • Terry Murary is back coaching, earning a story from Scott Burnside: [ESPN]
  • Video of Maxime Talbot visiting Ubisoft and playing Assassin's Creed III: [The Checking Line]
  • Tarken Ice Rink, the fourth and final rink Ed Snider rescued, opened for a walk-through: [CSNPhilly]
  • The Phantoms practiced in Glens Falls, revealing their line combinations: [Phantoms Forum]
  • Article on how the Phantoms are getting back in the swing of things: [PostStar]
  • Not visiting Ann Arbour is raising some concerns: [SBNation.com] [Puck Daddy]
  • The NCAA really is infuriating, with the case of Nic Kerdiles' suspension adding to the list of foolish decisions: [SBNation.com]
  • Neil Greenberg ranked his Top 25 NHL players under 25, which naturally led to arguments: [Puck Daddy]
  • And a rebuttal from Justin Bourne: [Backhand Shelf]
  • Recapping the KHL on ESPN2 with a live blog: [Puck Daddy]
  • Pardini argues for a luxury tax in the NHL, which I actually agree with: [Hexys2Hander]
  • SportsCenter had over three minutes on the WNBA last week, only three on the NHL: [Deadspin]
  • NHL replacement player training camp: [Down Goes Brown]
  • Eric asks why goalie save percentages are rising: [NHLNumbers.com]
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