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

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*Shayne Gostisbehere already holds one record, but he's chasing a bunch more. [BSH]

*Dave Hakstol shook up his lines for Tuesday night's game against the Devils and it seemed to work. [Inquirer]

*Let's look back at that game with 10 things we learned. [BSH]

*Speaking of that Devils game, Radko Gudas will not face any additional discipline for the hit that got him tossed. That doesn't mean he shouldn't be benched, though. [BSH] [BSH, again]

*Seriously though, it would appear that no one wants to see Gudas on the ice for a while. [Sons of Penn] [Deadspin] [The Hockey News]

*Steve Mason's kitchen is hot. [Flyers]

*Ron Hextall offers some insight into what he thinks of our prospects. [Inquirer]

*Philadelphia City of Tankers? Hmm.... [Daily News]

*Ron Hextall should be a seller at the deadline. Here's why. [CSN Philly]

*Nick Cousins is starting to emerge with the Flyers. [Sons of Penn]

*Know who else is playing well right now? Brayden Schenn. [TSN]

*Just in case, here's a guide for fans of tanking teams. [Up The Pucks]

*DGB looks at five NHLers who were repeatedly traded for really good return. [The Hockey News]

*It looks like the NHL was very acutely aware of how many of its players would develop long-term issues as a result of brain injury. [TSN]

*And finally, we have noted blowhard Keith Olbermann, here to tell you why hockey isn't popular in the US. [Sportsnet]