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Monday Morning Fly By: Always remember to thank your opponents

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

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* The Flyers won! Steve Mason is hurt again which is bad but they won by beating the stinky Capitals which is always great. Recap!

* Earlier in the weekend, Kimmo Timonen skated for the first time in months. A bit more on his medical situation and the risks involved: [Philly.com]

* It seems it's possible that Timonen gets traded, so here's an outside look at his trade value: [Sporting News]

* More Flyers-centric trade rumors emerged this past weekend: [BSH]

* Braydon Coburn is almost back on the ice, where he will provide some crucial scapegoat depth down the stretch: [CSN Philly]

* Some words from Peter Luukko as he takes over down in Florida: [Miami Herald]

* The Blackhawks topped the Blues in St. Louis yesterday afternoon, but holy crap this goal by Vladimir Tarasenko though: [SBNation]

* Did Devan Dubnyk save the Wild's season? [Puck Daddy]

* On the idea of "uncoachable players": [Globe & Mail]

* Henrik Lundqvist got hit in the throat with a puck last week, and apparently it could've been a life-threatening incident: [SBNation]

* Last night ESPN aired its latest 30 for 30, "Of Miracles And Men", which gave the Russian perspective of the 1980 Olympic Games (and more). A review: [Awful Announcing]

* Finally, during yesterday afternoon's game, Scott Laughton fought Matt Niskanen in response for the hit Niskanen laid that took Laughton out of the lineup a few weeks back. After the fight was over, Laughton ... thanked him. Hockey players are weird: [CBS]