Wednesday Morning Fly By: Good god, Gaudreau.

Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports

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

*Looking back at Michael Raffl's rather impressive first year in the NHL. [BSH]

*Checking in on how the Flyers representing their countries at the Worlds are faring. [Hockeybuzz]

*The USA and Canada are doing predictably well in Belarus. [NHL.com]

*If you're not paying attention to Salem County Native Johnny Gaudreau™, now would be a great time to start. [SB Nation]

*Wayne Gretzky and Doug MacLean could both end up in the Washington Capitals' front office. [Puck Daddy]

*It's looking like Boston Bruins Assistant GM Jim Benning will be the new GM of the Vancouver Canucks. [Nucks Misconduct]

*In the wake of the Carey Price injury, on the complex issue of goalie protection in the NHL. [USA Today]

*Ten reasons why Habs fans (and those on the bandwagon) should remain optimistic. [Puck Daddy]

*Sean McIndoe sifts through the open jobs in the NHL. [Grantland]

*Miroslav Satan has called it a career. [ProHockeyTalk]

*On the problems in Pittsburgh, both real and imaginary. [mc79hockey]

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