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Monday Morning Fly By: Take that, losing streak!

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

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*The Flyers won a hockey game this weekend! The broke their losing streak by winning Saturday night against the team that started their losing streak, so take that, Steve Hartnell. Recap!

*Here's hoping the Flyers keep it going tonight against the Islanders, who currently sit atop the Metro with the Penguins. Preview comes this afternoon, puck drops at 7.

*Looks like Luke Schenn might be scratched tonight. [CSN Philly]

*A look a the numbers from the BJs game shows a first line that continues to dominate. [Let's Go Flyers]

*The Phantoms not fare so well Saturday night, losing to St. John's in overtime. [BSH]

*There was some good news out of Allentown this weekend though, as Anthony Stolarz earned his first professional win by shutting out the Worcester Sharks Friday night. [BSH]

*Speaking of the Phantoms, this seems like a good time to check in with the kids. [Flyerdelphia]

*Scott Laughton continues to be very impressive during this call-up. [Inquirer]

*Braydon Coburn also had a pretty good game. [Inquirer]

*Friedman's latest Thirty Thoughts focuses on the media circus surrounding the Toronto Maple Leafs right now. [Sportsnet]

*Eric Lindros thinks the NHL is handling concussions better than they used to, but still need to improve. [CSN Philly]

*In fact, some see the league's response to the concussion lawsuit as "victim-blaming". [The Hockey News]

*The Syracuse Crunch succeeded in breaking the record for attendance at an indoor professional hockey game in the United States this weekend. [The AHL]

*ESPN ranks the top 30 overall players in the league this season. [ESPN]

*St. Louis Blues goaltender Brian Elliot had a bit of a painful weekend. [TSN]

*And finally, this weekend's long read from the folks over at NHL.com focuses on Wayne Simmonds giving back to his community. It's a great read. [Flyers]

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