Wednesday Morning Fly By: Mediators return to lockout talks

Could Hartnell beat up Hamrlik again soon? - Jim McIsaac

Ben Holmstrom is back in Philly to see the doctor, Mike Eruzione's 'Miracle' jersey is for sale, a lawyer is thinking about suing the NHL and more European football deas for the NHL to adopt.

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

* The Comcast Network will be airing five Phantoms games in Philadelphia: [Phantoms Forum]

* Ben Holmstrom is off to Philly to see the Flyers' team doctor: [Phantoms Forum]

* Scott Hartnell is curious to see if anyone will stand up for Roman Hamrlik on the ice: [CSNPhilly]

* One of the better articles of a growing number recently outlining why the lockout blame should not be shared equally between players and owners: [PensBurgh]

* Mike Eruzione's game-worn 'Miracle on Ice' jersey is up for auction: [Puck Daddy]

* Discussing Gary Bettman's 20-year anniversary as commissioner: [Puck Daddy]

* Jesse Spector chimes in with another element of European football the NHL can use - the transfer system: [Sporting News]

* Lawyers are thinking about suing the NHL for "false pretenses" related to the sale of season tickets: [Puck Daddy]

* Looking ahead to a month of CBA talks: [Down Goes Brown]

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