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Tuesday Morning Fly By: Off days are more enjoyable. It's come to this.

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

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*The Flyers come back home tomorrow night; let's look at what lies ahead for our ragtag band of scamps. [Flyers]

*Ron Hextall isn't saying much about any possible changes he might make to his team after the season ends. [Inquirer]

*The Flyers have had an inability to finish and it's lead them to a final two weeks of meaningless games. [CSN Philly]

*The Phantoms are also playing out a season that will not see them in the playoffs. Again. [BSH]

*A look at five days that sank the Flyers. [Daily News]

*Projecting prospect Oskar Lindblom. [Pattison Ave]

*Bill Meltzer assesses Craig Berube and he's pretty, pretty, pretty on point. [Hockeybuzz]

*In that vein, bad coaching and bad decisions are what has killed this team. [The Hockey Writers]

*NBC has picked up the April 5 game against the Pens, and as such, the time has changed. [BSH]

*Sean McIndoe wraps up last weekend's action and looks at the Art Ross race. [Grantland]

*Are "change of scenery" trades beneficial for both player and team? [Fox Sports]

*Life is tough for guys like Tom Sestito now that the role of the enforcer has been dimished. [The Globe and Mail]

*Can someone besides the NHL recreate the awesomeness that was CapGeek? [In Lou We Trust]

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

*The latest episode of Ryan Kesler's "Between Two Zambonis". [Ducks]

*And finally, we'd like to know what you think of Craig Berube. So let us know! [BSH]