Today's open discussion thread, complete with your daily dose of Philadelphia Flyers news and notes...
*The speculation about regime change in the Flyers organization began Friday. [BSH] [CSN Philly]
*Kimmo Timonen faces a big decision this summer. [Flyers] [Philly.com]
*The Flyers will probably have to make some kind of decision about what to do with Vincent Lecavalier. [CSN Philly]
*Matt Read and Brayden Schenn will join Team Canada at the World's. They asked for Claude Giroux and the Flyers said no. [Flyers]
*Speaking of Giroux, he thinks the Flyers are very close to being an elite team. Which is kind of adorable. [CSN Philly]
*Bill Meltzer looks at the Flyers' even strength issues and the team's Brayden Schenn dilemma.
*On Mason's road back to the ice after his concussion. [Inquirer]
*It turns out that Mason needed the Flyers even more than they needed him. [Courier Post]
*For the first time in a long time goaltending is not an offseason concern for the Flyers. Thanks Mase! [Flyers]
*BSHer Risky Bryzness looks back at the dynamic duo of Claude Giroux and Jakub Voracek. [BSH]
*On the rough and tumble Broad Street Bullies, who would likely be out-roughed by the modern NHL's weakest teams. [mc79hockey]
*The Chicago Blackhawks credit advanced analytics with their success. [Sun-Times]
*A cool story about a small upstate-NY town in which every game is a Winter Classic. [USA Hockey]