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Monday Morning Fly By: Recapping a Win, Prospect News (as always), and Cap News

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

  • Last night's NHL scores... Flyers 4 - Red Wings 3; CHI 4 - CGY 1; COL 5 - SJ 4 (OT); VAN 4 - MIN 3 (OT)
  • Recapping yesterday's win: [BSH] [Winging It In Motown] [NHL.com] [Daily News] [Inquirer] [CSNPhilly] [DelcoTimes]
  • Photos from yesterday: [BSH]
  • You've no doubt heard that some terrible tabloid reporter found two NHL GM's who hate Chris Pronger. [BSH]
  • Joacim Eriksson stopped 29 of 30 shots in a 2-1 OT win. [euroflyers] Highlights: [euroflyers]
  • He followed that up by stopping 29 of 31 shots in a 3-2 win. [euroflyers] Highlights: [euroflyers]
  • Jacob De Serres stopped 35 of 40 shots as Brandon went up 1-0 in their second round series.  He did not start the second game, which Brandon also won.  [Luber's Lounge]
  • In the same link above, Adam Morrison is out of the lineup due to a suspected concussion.
  • Where it all went wrong for the Phantoms: [PostStar]
  • Highlights from Andrei Popov's recent game. [euroflyers]
  • A little old, but what does Montreal think about trading Carey Price? [Habs Eyes On The Prize]
  • Talking about goalies, Sergei Bobrovsky is on the Flyers' watch list.  Here are his top 5 saves: [euroflyers] [euroflyers]
  • Apparently the Flyers have made an offer to Braydon Coburn.  He was unaware of it. [TSN]
  • The Hockey News ranked the Flyers' system dead last after being 10th last year. [Daily News]
  • A little old, but an interesting look at icing leaders, both for and against. [Behind The Net]
  • You've probably seen this by now, but an Islanders fan won a car with those ridiculous shoot a puck through a hole as big as a puck gimmicks. [Puck Daddy]
  • A report that the salary cap will increase $900,000 for next season. [Jeff Marek]
  • Lastly, former SBN head and current Maple Leafs beat reporter James Mirtle calculates that Blair Betts is the NHL's top defensive forward.  Everyone outside of Philadelphia is surprised. [James Mirtle]