Today's open discussion thread, complete with your daily dose of Philadelphia Flyers news and notes...
*Another two-game weekend, another Monday of depressed reflection. This can't go on forever, right? If you missed out on the fun, recap Friday's Coyotes game here, Saturday's Red Wings game here.
*Penalties are an obvious problem for this Flyers team, and Craig Berube thinks that's been the case for too long. (CSN Philly)
*Both Scott Hartnell and Vincent Lecavalier were injured in Friday's match. Hartnell's injury appears to be a bit more significant. (SB Nation)
*Asking the obvious question: when is it time to give Hexy the job? (Flyers Faithful)
*This weekend's play wasn't all terrible; the Flyers looked pretty good at even strength against the Red Wings. Problem is, they still lost. (Flyers)
*Meltzer on the weekend's games as well as a check-in with the farm team. (Hockeybuzz)
*Zac Rinaldo has been leaving it all on the ice in these early games. (Philly.com)
*Claude Giroux is still struggling to find his game. (Flyers)
*BSHer Dangler9 examines game #5 via screenshot. (BSH)
*Jordin Tootoo has a few choice words for Kris Newbury. (ProHockeyTalk)
*On the players' opinion of fighting in the NHL. One notable former player thinks that there is still a place for it in the game.
*A graphic guide to advanced stats. (NHL Numbers)
*Eric T. on the double minor dilemma. (SB Nation)
*Sean McIndoe is a Craig Berube fan and he looks back at some classic early-90s Chief. (Grantland)
*And finally, as bad as the Flyers have played thus far, at least they haven't given up a goal like this. Oof.