Friday Morning Fly By: Oh winning, how we've missed ye.

Drew Hallowell

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

*It wasn't perfect but the Flyers won a hockey game! Feels good. Feels real good. Recaps via [Daily News] [CSN Philly] [BSH]

*Both the Flyers and the Rangers found themselves at the bottom of the current NHL power ranking. [Philly.com]

*Part of the Flyers' early season troubles can be attributed to thinking too much. [Daily News]

*A look at the upcoming week's worth of games shows a schedule that could produce some wins if the Flyers take advantage. [CSN Philly]

*ASF looks at the return of Vincent Lecavalier and offers fans a chance to participate in an upcoming episode of Flight Plan. [Flyers]

*Vancouver Canucks coach John Tortorella acknowledges his team's history of being a bunch of whiny divers and aims to change that reputation. [ProHockeyTalk]

*BSHer RedWire takes a look at why two players may have been the difference between almost-greatness and mediocrity on the 2010 Flyers team. [BSH]

*John Scott, the Buffalo Sabres' forward who, during the preseason, was caused a massive line brawl at the end of a game against the Maple Leafs, was responsible for another bit of nasty business against the Bruins on Wednesday night. Mike Milbury thinks Sabres' coach Ron Rolston should be fired for putting him on the ice again.

*On why playing tough guys doesn't always mean a coach wants a goonfest. [Backhand Shelf]

*Figuring out the fair market value of a #1 NHL goaltender. [Grantland]

*Finally, check out this cool time lapse video of the transformation of Madison Square Garden. [PHT]

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