Thursday Morning Fly By: Wherefore art thou hockey news?

Al Bello

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

*Nashville's recent moves have closed another door on a possible Vincent Lecavalier trade. [Hockeybuzz]

*The Flyers offer a look behind the scenes of the final day of Development Camp. [Flyers]

*Examining the budding rivalry between the Flyers and the Blue Jackets. [The Hockey Writers]

*Tiny little Jesper Pettersson likes to play a physical game. [CSN Philly]

*Paul Stewart brings us another fantastic story from his time in the NHL, this time about a teenaged Eric Lindros throwing a bit of a fit. [The Huffington Post]

*Should the Flyers try to trade for Patrick Sharp? [The Hockey Writers]

*You'll have to scroll all the way to number twenty-six before you find a hockey team on Forbes' 50 Most Valuable Sports Teams list. And that's the only one. [Forbes]

*Pressure to improve puts a 2018 Korean Olympic hockey team in doubt. [Puck Daddy]

*The NHL appears to be heading towards a very questionable color scheme for the 2015 NHL All-Star Game. [The Hockey News]

*And finally, Sean McIndoe looks back on the best and worst free agency signings of each year of the last decade. [Grantland]

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