Monday Morning Fly By: East v. West it is.

Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports

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

*The Final is set after last night's Los Angeles Kings overtime win over the Blackhawks. What a great series that was. [SB Nation]

*Luke Schenn's '13-'14 year in review. [BSH]

*As usual, let's all focus on which ex-Flyers are enjoying post-season success. [CSN Philly]

*As was reported Friday, Eric Wellwood's horrifying injury has proven too much to overcome. He's made the move to coaching. [BSH]

*Bernie Parent on why so many former Flyers choose to make Philadelphia their permanent home. [Philly.com]

*Meltzer on the Flyers new ECHL affiliate and the risk associated with drafting goaltenders.

*Sean Couturier shares his memories of the day he was drafted. [Flyers]

*One of the top-ranked prospects in this year's draft failed to do a single pull-up at the NHL combine. [The Score]

*The ten teams that have been most successful since the '04-'05 lockout. [The Hockey News]

*The Rangers are the obvious underdog heading into the Final, but we probably shouldn't count them out. [SB Nation]

*Analyzing the long-term goalie extensions that were signed in the last season. [Poweranks]

*Paul Stewart thinks the league would do well to institute a five minute misconduct. [Hockeybuzz]

*Stanley Cup Final tickets in New York City are insane. [SB Nation]

*Tyler Dellow put together some charts illustrating CorsiRel for some of the league's more famous defensemen; part one here, part two here.

*And finally, what if Doc Emrick called the Spelling Bee? [SB Nation]

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