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Friday Morning Fly By: Win or Go Home, Gagne Looks to Play

It must feel lonely for "You're awesome!" Mike.  (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)
It must feel lonely for "You're awesome!" Mike. (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)
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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... Canadiens 3 - Penguins 2 (series tied 2-2); Red Wings 7 - Sharks 1 (SJ leads series 3-1)
  • Johan Franzen tied the NHL record for most playoff goals in a period (4) held by Mario Lemieux and Tim Kerr. [Kevin Allen]
  • Previews of tonight's game: [] [CSNPhilly] [Stanley Cup of Chowder]
  • Gagne is hopeful to return for tonight's game: [BSH] [DelcoTimes] [CSNPhilly] [Daily News]
  • Looking at the last team to return from a 3-0 deficit: [Lighthouse Hockey]
  • Phil Sheridan looks at all the teams who've come back: [Inquirer]
  • Ian Laperriere was named the toughest player in the NHL by the Hockey News: [John Boruk]
  • And he doesn't like sitting out this series. [DelcoTimes]
  • The Flyers are hoping to create some luck for themselves: [CSNPhilly]
  • A really, really lame wager between mayors.  With a political error at the bottom. [Puck Daddy]
  • Next year's Michigan - Michigan State outdoor game has paused ticket sales at 100,000. [College Hockey News]
  • The Coyotes are back in limbo as Jerry Reinsdorf backs out: [From the Rink]
  • The Top 10 worst Stanley Cup Playoff goals of all time: [Puck Daddy]
  • Lastly, a premature look at the offseason: "But Holmgren could look to pull off a trade for a top goalie, which might entail talk of trading Simon Gagne or, if he gets real lucky, successfully swapping a package of Coburn and Hartnell. Sorry, that’s too much of a fantasy G.M. reach." [DelcoTimes]

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