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Wednesday Morning Fly By: Do or die day.

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

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*Well folks, here we are. Avoiding being swept is always nice, so let's hope for it. At the very least, let's hope for something all-around better than what we saw on Monday. Go Flyers.

*The Flyers are embarrassed over what their fans did Monday night. Great job, people. [Inquirer]

*Charlie brings you ten things we learned from Monday's terrible outing. [BSH]

*It would appear that the Flyers have run out of steam. Which isn't all that surprising. [Daily News]

*If we can take solace in anything its that the Flyers are losing to a really, really good team, and the rest of the Eastern Conference would do well to take notice. [TSN]

*Jay Snider visited the Flyers after the game, in his father's place. [Inquirer]

*The Flyers' inept penalty kill has been a huge issue this series. [CSN Philly]

*As expected, Pierre-Edouard Bellemare faced a hearing for his hit on Dmitry Orlov; he's been suspended for tonight's game. [BSH]

*Ron Hextall had some thoughts on PEBs' hit. [Flyers]

*Kerry Fraser has some thoughts on Monday night's debacle. [TSN]

*The Flyers' doctor sheds some light on what exactly is an "upper body injury" in hockey. [Inquirer]

*Bet you never noticed how many parallels there are between the Vancouver Canucks and our Flyers. [Sportsnet]

*On building a Division I hockey program. [The Players' Tribune]

*And finally, on the relationship between team and fan, which maybe we all need to consider a bit. [Habs Eyes On The Prize]