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Monday Morning Fly By: This can't end soon enough.

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

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*The Flyers continue to lose games in the most infuriating of ways, this time in overtime against the lowly Edmonton Oilers. Hooray. Recap.

*Chris VandeVelde is thankful for the time he spent playing under Oilers' coach Todd Nelson. [CSN Philly]

*This article seems to suggest that if Craig Berube is fired, it's the fault of the players and not his own. [Inquirer]

*The weirdest thing about Saturday night's game was the scratching of Steve Mason. [Daily News]

*Mason spoke about it postgame. [Flyers]

*Speaking of Steve Mason, there's really no reason to push him if he isn't 100%. [CSN Philly]

*A look at the western road trip by the numbers. [Buzz On Broad]

*Viewing options for out-of-market fans may get better, thanks to a recent court decision. [BSH]

*Nick Schultz is not as good without Braydon Coburn. [Pattison Ave]

*Prospect check in. [BSH]

*Onto happier news: New papa Matt Read on the birth of his wee little daughter. [Flyers]

*Mike Richards has been released from his AHL exile, to return to LA and become a playoff savior. Probably. [Jewels From The Crown]

*The bracket has been set for the NCAA ice hockey tournament, leading up to the Frozen Four. [SB Nation College Hockey]

*And finally, NHL players reveal what they'd want their super power to be if they had one. [TSN]