Monday Morning Fly By: Happy Anniversary, 1974 Stanley Cup win.

Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports

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

*Big news Friday was Erik Gustafsson leaving the Flyers to play in the KHL. Can't really blame him. [BSH] [Hockeybuzz] [Flyers]

*Philadelphia Flyers 2013-14 Year in Review: Braydon Coburn. And Nicklas Grossman. And Steve Downie.

*Forty years ago today, the Flyers won their first Stanley Cup. [Courier Post]

*Ron Hextall tells fans not to expect any major changes to the team to be made this offseason. [Inquirer]

*Part two of the Flyers' "Sight Unseen" series of unreleased photos is fun to flip through. [Flyers]

*Keith Primeau is finally - after all of these years - healthy, and he wants to come back to hockey. [CSN Philly]

*Bill Meltzer on the "best player available" drafting strategy and a wrap up of the weekend's action at the Worlds.

*Speaking of this weekend's action; the semifinals got underway this weekend, with the Blackhawks taking game one v. the Kings and the Rangers absolutely destroying the Canadiens Saturday afternoon.

*Alex Ovechkin was injured pretty badly at the World Championships this weekend. [SB Nation]

*The Columbus Blue Jackets are looking to trade R.J. Umberger. [The Cannon]

*Twitter responded to the Milan Lucic handshake drama with predictable hilarity. [The Huffington Post]

*This explanation of why the rest of Canada cannot root for the Canadiens is hilarious. [The Globe & Mail]

*And finally, Teemu Selanne played his last game of his NHL career Friday night. He will be missed. [Puck Daddy]

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