Monday Morning Fly By: Headed North.

Mike Carlson

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

*Saturday's game in Dallas was...not great. Particularly for that one minute in the second. Recap here if you missed it, and scoring chance summary from BSHer RedWire here for an in-depth look. Flyers are in Ottawa tonight to take on the Senators at 7:30. Preview to follow.

*Zac Rinaldo started the game off badly and left the Flyers to deal with a seven minute long penalty kill right off the bat. [CSN Philly]

*Meltzer on Saturday's minute-long implosion. [Hockeybuzz]

*Vincent Lecavalier will miss the next 3-4 weeks with a back injury. Bad news. [BSH]

*Kimmo Timonen suffered an injury during the Stars game. [CSN Philly]

*ASF on Tyler Seguin, who pretty much single-handedly beat the Flyers. [Flyers]

*On the difference betwen Seguin's top line for the Stars and the Flyers' top line. [Inquirer]

*Steve Mason continues his road blog as the team travels to Ottawa. [Flyers]

*Speaking of Mason, his agent thinks he deserves a Carey Price-like contract. [ProHockeyTalk]

*If the Islanders continue their losing ways we might see a familiar face behind the bench on Long Island. [Philly.com]

*Olympic hockey power rankings have Canada as the favorite heading into Sochi. [SB Nation]

*Bit of craziness in the Bruins - Penguins game Saturday. Brooks Orpik sent Loui Eriksson to the dressing room. Then James Neal kneed a defenseless guy in the head. Then Shawn Thornton sent Orpik to the hospital. Total madness. Both Neal and Thornton have well-deserved hearings with Shanny. Don Cherry had some words about the incidents.

*On zone entries in the NHL. [Grantland]

*Eric T. looks at the Maple Leafs and if they can shot-quality their way to the playoffs. [SBN]

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