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Monday Morning Fly By: Carcillo after 40, Atlantic City after 10

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Your daily dose of Philadelphia Flyers news...

  • Last night's NHL scores... TBL 4, ATL 3 (OT) - CHI 1, VAN 0
  • Previews of tonight's game against the Colorado Avalanche from NHL.com and the Inquirer
  • Blair Betts is out for four to six weeks with a dislocated shoulder [Daily News], in case you missed the news this weekend. He blames himself. [CSN Philly]
  • The Flyers also lost Darroll Powe for the same stretch of time, thanks to an injury suffered Friday in San Jose. His six goals have helped the team achieve a balanced attack, something Sam Carchidi says is fueling their success. [Inquirer]
  • After a unexpectedly successful first month of the season, Avalanche fans have themselves asking what happened. [Mile High Hockey]
  • A Dan Carcillo retrospective, 40 games into his Flyer career. [The 700 Level]
  • Philadelphia had something to prove on Saturday night after a tough loss on Friday. They didn't take advantage. They have another chance to do the same tonight. [Flying P]
  • It's been a trying decade for the Flyers Skate Zone in Atlantic City. They've fought off developers who could use their extremely valuable land for potential casino development, staved off bankruptcy, and survived as minor league hockey came and left the city after just four seasons. The rink celebrated its tenth anniversary over the weekend. [Press of Atlantic City]
  • Montreal has been just as bad as Toronto this season, yet thanks to the NHL points system, they're in a much better position. [Behind The Net]
  • SBN's Bird Watchers Anonymous takes a peek at the Atlanta Thrashers' hopefuls to take the Olympic ice in Vancouver this coming February. Part of an SBN Hockey series, we'll breakdown the Flyers roster in similar fashion on December 2nd. [BWA]
  • We'll welcome Dominik Jansky, who covers the Islanders' for SBN's Lighthouse Hockey, as our guest on BSH Radio tomorrow evening at 7 PM Eastern.
  • Become a fan of Broad Street Hockey on Facebook. [Facebook]