Friday Morning Fly By: Bring on club based sports in North America

Thomas Starke

It's time to introduce promotion and relegation to North America.

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

* Scott Hartnell will participate in a charity game in Atlantic City benefiting victims of Hurricane Sandy: [CSNPhilly]

* Terry Murray is happy with the Phantoms' recent special teams performance: [The Saratogian]

* The Phantoms are finishing up their recent road trip: []

* Tim McManus doesn't like how the Phantoms tried to quietly announce their name change: [Flyers Faithful]

* Introducing another bracket on Paul Holmgren's best and worst moves: [Flyers Faithful]

* Catching up with Brad Marsh: [Philadelphia Flyers]

* The NHL did not realize how favorable the last CBA was going to be for the NHLPA: [Edmonton Journal]

* Blake Geoffrion was released from the hospital last night: [Eyes On The Prize]

* Another post on hockey fans as the problem: [Backhand Shelf]

* Follow up article on those who hog the puck: [NHLNumbers]

* Lastly, a fantastic (and lengthy) post on why Europe's sport structure is better than North America's: [mc79hockey.com]

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