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Tuesday Morning Fly By: Let’s keep going with that winning thing, yeah?

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

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*Do you have thoughts about the Flyers’ youngsters? And do you love making lists? If so, be sure to submit your ranking for the mid-season Flyers top 25 under 25! [BSH]

*With Gostisbehere returning to the lineup tonight, let’s take a moment to check in with the defense as a whole. [Philly.com]

*And speaking of defense and youngsters, Robert Hagg has some thoughts about his number, its history, and playing with physicality. [Philly Voice]

*On the Flyers’ tension between developing young talent and competing in the here and now. [Courier Post]

*And a few notes on the Flyers’ power play, as it seems to be trending up. [Philly.com]

*For news from elsewhere in the league, look no further! Down Goes Brown has a neat little weekend wrap up for you fine folks. [Sportsnet]

*Can’t get enough of DGB? Well, you’re in luck. Here, take a weekly grab bag. [Vice Sports Canada]

*What we learned this week, plus a special trade deadline preview. [Puck Daddy]

*Let’s circle back to the Metro as we dip into the ever-looming Tavares question. [Sportsnet]

*New week, new power rankings. Let’s go. [ESPN]

*A brief look at the Eastern Conference’s trade needs. [TSN]

*And also into the Calder race, as it starts to heat up. [ESPN]

*It’s finally happened. Andrew Cogliano’s 830 game streak has come to an end. [USA Today]

*And finally, an update and a bit of good news: Montreal’s Phillip Danault has been released from the hospital, but is experiencing concussion-like symptoms. [Sportsnet]