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Tuesday Morning Fly By: ALL THE GOALS

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

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*Against one of the best teams in the Eastern Conference by any and all metrics, the Flyers dominated from start to finish, coming away with a 7-3 victory over the Tampa Bay Lightning at the Wells Fargo Center. Recap!

*Unfortunately, Coburn went down with a lower body injury during the win. [Inquirer]

*A look at the game by the numbers. With far too many Led Zeppelin puns. [Buzz On Broad]

*Jakub Voracek talks about being chosen for the All-Star game. [Flyers]

*We're midway through the season, so let's start reviewing some things. First up, the 2014 year in review. [Pattison Ave]

*Our own Andrew D. did an excellent job putting together this midseason Nerd Report. Really good stuff here. [BSH]

*The Flyers only have themselves to blame for Steve Mason's rash of injuries. [Daily News]

*Taking a look at prospect Nicolas Aube-Kubel. [Pattison Ave]

*Technically this article is about the Leafs' coaching change, but there are quite a few things we could learn here. About changing coaches and improving teams. [The Globe & Mail]

*On the NHL's scouting problem. [The Hockey Writers]

*Five interesting individual stats. If you're into that sort of thing. [ProHockeyTalk]

*DGB wraps up this past weekend's hockey stuff. [Grantland]

*Gordie Howe continues to make strides towards recovery, which is awesome. [USA Today]

*Sadly, Simon Gagne has elected to leave the Bruins for the rest of the season following the death of his father. [Bruins]

*Could this year's Hart Trophy winner end up being a goalie? [ProHockeyTalk]

*Darryl Sutter has some interesting ideas for the All-Star format. [LA Kings Insider]

*And finally, the Toronto media continues to make the Flyers' beats look good. Like, really good. [Ultimate Hockey Network]