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Monday Morning Fly By: Crisis averted. Thanks, Luke Schenn!

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

Paul Bereswill

*The Flyers won yesterday! In typical come-from-behind fashion and it was glorious. Rothencap of the game here, ASF's post-game thoughts, and a look at the game from the other side from our friends at Blueshirt Banter. Series picks up tomorrow night at home.

*Sarah Baicker had some post-game thoughts, including the hilarious unlikelihood of a Luke Schenn game winner. [CSN Philly]

*The team as the whole played better yesterday than they did last Thursday, but Claude Giroux still needs to get going. [Inquirer]

*Steve Mason looked sharp in practice on Saturday but was obviously not ready to go Sunday afternoon. With Ray Emery's strong finish on Sunday goaltending decisions could get difficult for Craig Berube.

*Michael Raffl is documenting his first NHL playoff experience by blogging the first round. [Flyers]

*Shayne Gostisbehere made his pro debut with the Phantom this week and coach Terry Murray was impressed. [Post Star]

*If you're missing any of this year's playoff action you're missing some incredible hockey. Really, really incredible hockey. SB Nation has a full rundown of this weekend's action. [SB Nation]

*One of the funnest moments came when the Columbus Blue Jackets won their first ever playoff game in dramatic fashion in double OT. [NHL.com]

*Chicago's Brent Seabrook has been suspended three games for his very dirty hit on St. Louis' David Backes. [SBN]

*Last night in Montreal Steven Stamkos was injured after being accidentally kneed in the head. [SBN]

*Viewership is up as a whole through the first few days of the playoffs. [ProHockeyTalk]

*A look at how much playoff tickets cost around the league. [Backhand Shelf]

*On predicting future goalie performance. [Hockey-Graphs]

*As the Flyers and Rangers battle it out in the first round, representatives from both organizations are working together to get a hockey megaplex built in the Bronx. [Color of Hockey]

*And finally, the Montreal Canadiens have taken the pre-game intro video to a whole new level. [SBN]