Tuesday Morning Fly By: So we're winning tonight yes? Yes. Go with that.

Paul Bereswill

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

*Carolina Hurricanes tonight! And Vincent Lecavalier is back! That's good news. Previews to come!

*Vinny talks about his return to the lineup and getting used to his protective shield. [Flyers]

*ASF on Hal Gill's willingness to be small part of the Flyers' success. [Flyers]

*Meltzer with an update on the off-day practice as well as a look at Gill's first game as a Flyer. [Hockeybuzz]

*More praise for Hal Gill, who was mildly impressive in his debut against the Devils. We'll see more of him tonight. [CSN Philly]

*Scott Laughton might be kinda good at hockey. [BSH]

*Kerry Fraser weighs in on what the officials' roles should or shouldn't have been in the Emery-Holtby fight. [TSN]

*The Flyers will take a win tonight any way they can get it. [Inquirer]

*Ray Emery visited the White House with his former team on Monday. [Philly.com]

*Is Steve Mason the real deal or the next Michael Leighton? [Flyers Faithful]

*On the importance of being good at the shootout. [Fear the Fin]

*Examining functional toughness, winning, and injury prevention. [Copper & Blue]

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