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Wednesday Morning Fly By: All good things must come to an end

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

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*Well. That was a spectacular way to end this little win streak, eh? Woof. Recap.

*Taylor Leier has struggled to keep his spot in the Flyers’ lineup. Some would argue it is because the coaching staff finds more value in grit and glue than potential talent. [Courier-Post]

*And not to speculate, but...it’s this line of thinking that is likely keeping Oskar Lindblom in Allentown, since he’s killing it. [The Morning Call]

*Tomorrow is the big Eric Lindros jersey retirement ceremony. There will be emotions. But, thankfully, Big E is over all of the drama and bad blood from his time here. [NBC Sports Philly]

*Have you checked out Charlie’s weekly stock reports? They’re a good way to take a quick pulse of how things are going on this team at any given moment. [The Athletic]

*Check in with the kids - who are still good! - in this week’s Flyers prospects report. [BSH]

*So Wysh decided to go back and re-grade every team’s offseason moves. Which is cool; hindsight is fun. But...for the love of god, the Flyers didn’t trade Brayden Schenn for Jori Lehtera. Stop saying that. [ESPN]

*More snubs! DGB puts together the best possible hockey team one could make constructed of guys who never won a single end-of-the-year award. [Sportsnet]

*With the league not going to the Olympics, there are some guys for whom this means they’ll never be able to represent their country. Which is a bummer. [Puck Daddy]

*And finally, the Flyers are off today, so get your fix with this week’s BSH Radio positivity hour. [BSH]