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Tuesday Morning Fly By: Emery gearing up for Ottawa, Remembering Pelle 24 years later

Your daily dose of Philadelphia Flyers news...

  • Last night's NHL score... CHI 4, LAK 1
  • Story of the day from the traditional media? Well, things can be slow when you go four days between games, so we've got four articles on the same topic. Ray Emery will play his other team, the Ottawa Senators, Thursday night at the Wachovia Center. Ottawa is actually still paying him to not play for them. [Daily News] - [Inquirer] - [Bucks County Courier Times] - [CSN Philly]
  • Tomorrow, November 10, marks the 24th anniversary of the fatal car accident that killed Flyers goaltender Pelle Lindbergh. Bill Meltzer wrote a book about the goaltenders' life, and on this anniversary, he re-published some quotes from the book. [Hockeybuzz]
  • Oskars Bartulis has been recalled by the Flyers, again. [Post-Star]
  • Ryan Parent needs a haircut. [Flying P]
  • A hell of a class was inducted in the Hockey Hall of Fame last night. Steve Yzerman, Brett Hull, Brian Leetch, Lou Lamoriello, and Luc Robitaille are now enshrined in Toronto. Puck Daddy has a fitting tribute. [PD]
  • Today in 1938, Kate Smith first sang God Bless America on the radio for the first time. She would go on to be the Flyers' secret weapon, singing the song at key games. Tomorrow, in fact, is the 40th anniversary of her first singing appearance at the Spectrum. [Flyers History]
  • Ever wonder what it's like to be a hockey fan in Phoenix? A fan gives us the heartbreaking, yet optimistic, inside look. [Five For Howling]
  • Meanwhile, the former coach of those Coyotes, Wayne Gretzky, says life goes on after leaving the struggling franchise on less than a good note. []