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Monday Morning Fly By: Just when you started to get comfortable...

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

Drew Hallowell

*The Flyers did their best this weekend to remind you just how bad they were at the start of this season. Keep you on your toes and stuff. Recap of Saturday's at-home loss to the Lightning here; last night's giant mess at MSG here.

*Steven Downie was in the press box last night, the result of what Craig Berube calls a "lack of intensity". [CSN Philly]

*BSHer PierceC looks at just how good the Flyers' penalty kill is at the moment. Spoiler alert: it's really good. [BSH]

*About that penalty kill; Ian Laperriere is really, really pleased with it. [CSN Philly]

*Could Craig Berube make a case for the Jack Adams? [Inquirer]

*Eric Wellwood is working hard to try to make it back to professional hockey. [Courier-Post]

*A few of the best question/answer combos from Mark Messier's recent "ask me anything" session on reddit. [Puck Daddy]

*Jaromir Jagr says he's going to play until he's 70 to catch Wayne Gretzky's scoring record, because Jagr is a delight. [ProHockeyTalk]

*The Winnipeg Jets fired their head coach over the weekend. [SB Nation]

*A look at which countries would suffer the most should the NHL withdraw from the Olympics after Sochi. [Stanley Cup of Chowder]

*Answers to the questions that may or may not be plaguing you heading into the second half of the season. [Grantland]

*Ten NHLers that are mind-blowingly rich. Didn't expect some of these names. [Backhand Shelf]

*Mike Keenan on his time in the KHL and the differences between the Russian and North American games. [PD]

*A thirteen year old hockey player has already committed to playing hockey at the University of Maine. Thirteen! [SBN]

*And finally, fifteen photos of pond hockey that will surely bring a little joy to your Monday morning. [Business Insider]