Tuesday Morning Fly By: What a finish!

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

*The end of that game was utter madness. Thought we were headed for a game seven for sure. Congrats to the Blackhawks; the Bruins put up a hell of a fight. The 'Hawks just love winning Cups in other teams' buildings. /bitter

*Patrick Kane was this year's Conn Smythe winner.

*Another Flyer has made it on the NHL Dream Draft list, this time the legendary Bill Barber at pick #7. (Flyers)

*Now that Harry Zolnierczyk is a Penguin, we can all forget that we used to like him. (Pensburgh)

*This offseason will be filled with opportunities in the goalie market. (SB Nation)

*Meltzer looks at the Flyers draft demographics from 2003-2012. (Hockeybuzz)

*San Jose Shark Martin Havlat is no longer an eligible buyout candidate having undergone surgery to repair an injured groin. (TSN)

*Could the NHL's newest rule be a backdoor ban on fighting? (Arctic Ice Hockey)

*Advanced stats vs. old-fashioned scouting at the NHL draft. (Puck Daddy)

*In defense of the NHL's vague way of reporting player injuries. (Backhand Shelf)

*Sergei Bobrovsky may have been offered 10 million dollars a season to play in the KHL. (R-Sport)

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