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Monday Morning Fly By: LOL, the Flyers.

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

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*Of course the Flyers are finding wins now. Of course they are. They beat the 'Canes last night; RECAP!

*But enough about that! to celebrate 100 episodes of BSH Radio your pals at Broad Street Hockey waxed poetic about their favorite Flyers memories. It's so fun, please listen. [BSH]

*The Flyers and Penguins played another alumni game this weekend and our pal Kate was there to capture all the action. Take a look at these pictures, they're wonderful. [BSH]

*Turns out the injury Steve Mason suffered Thursday night against the Devils was just cramps, which is good. [CSN Philly]

*Claude Giroux says the Flyers haven't quit, which is exactly what he is supposed to say. [Inquirer]

*When we look back on this season, there's probably one word that will come up a lot when describing this Flyers team: inconsistent. [Inquirer]

*And as the season winds down, there's going to be some reflection on who is to blame for what was an absolute tire fire of a hockey season. [CSN Philly]

*Chris Pronger hopes that he'll be able to transition into a general manager role at some point. Seems like he'd be good at that, probably. [ESPN]

*This feels relevant: how to win a Stanley Cup by embracing mediocrity. [Habs Eyes On The Prize]

*And finally, in case you missed it, the latest episode of BSH Radio is entertaining as hell, despite the Flyers not being that. [BSH]