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

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*Two fun, enjoyable, successful hockey games in a row? Should've had that closed-door meeting weeks ago! Penguins tonight. Oh please oh please oh please let the momentum carry over. Recap of last night's 5-0 Ottawa goalfest HERE. Check back later for a preview of the Pens game.

*Scoring chance summary for last night's game, courtesy of BSHer RedWire. [BSH]

*Ray Shero gave a really touching speech on behalf of his father at the Hall of Fame on Monday. [BSH]

*A look at which current NHL players are a lock for the Hall and who sits on the bubble. [Puck Daddy]

*The NHL's general managers met yesterday. Apparently goalie fights were a hot topic. Since they happen so often. [SB Nation]

*The GMs also addressed bullying. Yes, bullying. [ProHockeyTalk]

*SB Nation released their latest power rankings; the Flyers fell a spot, boo. [SBN]

*Sean Couturier is proud of the defensive game he's been playing this season. [CSN Philly]

*Friedman's Thirty Thoughts, including a look at the Wayne Simmonds trade rumors. [CBC]

*Speaking of trade rumors, let's compare Nail Yakupov's production to other recent #1 picks. [SBN]

*Oilers fans wonder if Ilya Bryzgalov will be the answer in Edmonton that he wasn't in Philadelphia. [The Copper & Blue]

*Montreal's new mayor proves that one cannot be hockey superfan and public servant at the same time without problems arising. [Puck Daddy]

*Speaking of Montreal, P.K. Subban and Lars Eller play a friendly game of Jenga Tetris, which is a thing that exists apparently. [Habs Eyes on the Prize]

*The league has released ticket information and special logos for the 2014 Stadium Series. [SBN]

*And finally, a Norwegian hockey player takes the post-victory salute to the fans to a whole new level. [Puck Daddy]