Monday Morning Fly By: Feeling Minnesota.

Paul Bereswill

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

*Minnesota Wild tonight; 8PM start because time zones. Official preview here, check back later for the BSH write-up.

*The Flyers had a successful long weekend of hockey, winning the Black Friday game against the Jets and kicking off their long roadtrip with a win in Nashville thanks to Stone Cold Steve Mason. Scoring chance summary for the Jets game can be found here.

*Meltzer on the start of the roadtrip. [Hockeybuzz]

*Speaking of Steve Mason, he's blogging the roadtrip for the Flyers site. His first post is very enjoyable. [Flyers]

*The Flyers are enjoying Craig Berube's coaching style. [Inquirer]

*Steve Mason was the big story this weekend, and deservedly so. [CSN Philly] [Flyers]

*The Flyers may have come out of Nashville with two points but it wasn't pretty. They'll need to be better if this roadtrip will be as successful as the last. [Inquirer]

*A look at how goalies tend to perform in back-to-back games. [mc79hockey]

*And finally, Don Cherry used his perch atop the Coach's Corner to essentially plead for his job. Never expected to see that. [Puck Daddy]

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