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

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*The Flyers dropped a big stinker against the Blue Jackets last night. Apart from the second period, that is. Oof. Recap.

*Last night's game by the numbers. [Buzz On Broad]

*Kimmo Timonen returned to the ice at practice yesterday!! [Courier-Post]

*That awesome news aside, the timetable for Kimmo's return to the lineup does not bode well for a potential trade at the deadline. [BSH]

*Taking a look back at the stats for that little roadtrip point streak. [Buzz On Broad]

*If the Flyers are sellers at the deadline, should Michael Del Zotto be one of the guys that is moved? [BSH]

*Brayden Schenn: good hockey player? [Pattison Ave]

*Cool story on Canada's first all-black hockey line, who were coached by former Flyers' assistant coach Bob Boucher. [Color of Hockey]

*How Craig Berube uses his players based on the game score. [BSH]

*Remember Frank "The Animal" Bialowas? He was arrested for stealing a light switch from Home Depot. Everything about this story is depressing. [Courier-Post]

*The folks over at Pensburgh put together an in-depth analysis of depth scoring from forwards for each NHL team. Worth a look. [Pensburgh]

*Keeping up with the Maple Leafs is interesting, I think, because there are a lot of similarities between that team and the Flyers. So, now that the Leafs are doing a proper rebuild, have they really learned anything from past mistakes? [Pension Plan Puppets]

*On that Buffalo-Winnipeg blockbuster...how much of a risk did the Jets take by bringing in Tyler Myers? [TSN]

*On the five steps a traded player must take to transition successfully. [The Score]

*DGB celebrates the NHL trades that almost-but-didn't happen. [Grantland]

*World record hockey game goes for 250 HOURS and raises a ton of money for a great cause. [Puck Daddy]

*The "Miracle on Ice" team will reunite for the 35th anniversary of that legendary game. [ProHockeyTalk]

*And finally, Jakub Voracek is just the best ever. [BSH]