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Tuesday Morning Fly By: That was a doozy. (In a good way.)

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

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*Now that's how you send us into a break. What a fun game, despite the best efforts of the refs. RECAP!

*Dave Hakstol thinks other people need to step up so poor Wayne Simmonds isn't the only one defending his teammates. [Inquirer]

*A check in on Nicolas Aube-Kubel reveals that the Flyers' prospect is still red hot. [CSN Philly]

*So what's going on with Matt Read's game? [Pattison Ave]

*Jakub Voracek rockets up to the top of the latest round of Flyers power rankings after finally getting that proverbial monkey off of his back. [CSN Philly]

*A couple of division leaders should be watching their backs. [SB Nation]

*The World Juniors kick off at the end of this week and Team Canada isn't a lock anymore. [Sportsnet]

*We'll be seeing a few future Flyers at the tournament, woo! [BSH]

*A New Jersey high school hockey team got pretty creative when trying to find a way to beat a team much better than them. [TSN]

*I think this was predicted, but it looks like teams are finally starting to play boring 3-on-3 to try and ensure they make it to a shootout. [ProHockeyTalk]

*The holiday trade freeze is in effect, but some notable names remain on the block. [The Hockey News]

*Zac Rinaldo was injured in a fight and blames the linesman, because of course. [Puck Daddy]

*Jamie Benn is starting to resemble the great Eric Lindros, which must be a lot of fun for Stars fans. [TSN]

*On the "what ifs" in Jaromir Jagr's long hockey career. [Puck Daddy]

*And finally, Paul Stewart brings you the 12 Days of Officiating, just in time for Christmas. [Hockeybuzz]

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