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Friday Morning Fly By: Do or die, again.

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

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*Good news on the Scott Laughton front: he's out of the hospital and is doing well. He won't play in game five, but he's okay. That's what is important. [BSH]

*Yesterday the Flyers organization - and the hockey world as a whole, really - paid tribute to Ed Snider and...NO YOU'RE CRYING. [BSH]

*One of the best things about remembering someone you've lost is the funny stories that come out. Once Mr. Snider threw Donald Trump out of his suite for talking too much during a hockey game. Brilliant. [CSN Philly]

*Charlie looks in-depth at how the Flyers were able to keep this series alive on Wednesday. [BSH]

*It's just one game, but pressure is on the Capitals now. Here's hoping it weighs heavy at home tonight. [SB Nation]

*For funsies, here are the chances of comebacks for each team on the brink of elimination. [NHL Numbers]

*Home ice hasn't been much of an advantage on the whole these playoffs. [Yahoo Sports]

*A look at how the first round series are going so far seems to indicate a power shift in the NHL. [The Cannon]

*It would appear that some NHLers point totals are padded by secondary assists they didn't really deserve coughCrosbycough. [FiveThirtyEight]

*DGB on five NHL rules you may have never heard of. [The Hockey News]

*And finally, even The Great One gets shut down from time to time. [Puck Daddy]