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Tuesday Morning Fly By: So...we're rooting for winning now right?

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

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*The Flyers are in Raleigh tonight to take on the Hurricanes. Should be interesting to see what kind of team shows up; the team that played the Sabres or the team that beat the Preds. Preview!

*One thing we won't see tomorrow night? Ray Emery. He got hurt..somehow. At first it seemed like Steve Mason was going to rush back to backup Rob Zepp but it seems like the team came to their senses and recalled Stolarz. [BSH]

*In other injury news, Kimmo Timonen may be back Saturday! [Flyers] [Courier-Post]

*Craig Berube is getting a lot of credit lately for turning this team around. [CSN Philly]

*The Flyers DO seem to be playing better. [Daily News]

*Why the Flyers need to make sure they retain Michael Del Zotto. [Inquirer]

*Ed Snider is happy to have something to root for again. Besides, I guess, a high draft pick. [Courier-Post]

*How the Flyers can complete this playoff push. [Inquirer]

*Let's get a close look at the Phantoms' Taylor Leier. [Pattison Ave]

*And also Zack Stortini. [The Hockey News]

*The NHL's move into the analytics world doesn't seem to be off to the best start. [The Globe and Mail]

*What bubble teams like the Flyers need to do to get into the post season. [ProHockeyTalk]

*The Flyers have moved up a bit in the latest round of power rankings. [The Score]

*Less than a week until the trade deadline; these fifteen players will likely be the top targets. []

*Does the NHL crush the creative spirit? [Puck Daddy]

*Steve Montador knew long before he died that concussion were a serious problem for professional hockey players, and did his small part to try and help find a solution to that. [The Globe and Mail]

*AWW POOR BRYZ. [The Score]

*DGB offers your ultimate guide to the NHL General Manager. [Grantland]

*And finally, every once in a while ESPN does something cool. This is one of those times: The Great Analytics Ranking. [ESPN]