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Thursday Morning Fly By: Here come the Flyers

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

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*That started off so well. New second line clicking, Konecny continuing to dunk on fools...and then...well, then it wasn’t good. Oh this team. RECAP!

*Robert Hagg’s consistent and reliable play continues to be one of the main stories of this Flyers’ season. [NHL.com]

*Okay so Hagg’s good, how’s everyone else doing? Charlie’s weekly stock report is a really good way to check the pulse of this team at any given time. [The Athletic]

*Charlie also takes a deep dive into how the Flyers have formed themselves in a real-life playoff team. [The Athletic]

*Cooper Marody hasn’t had the easiest road to Hobey Baker finalist. Here’s how he turned early rejection into collegiate success. [Livingston Daily]

*So, pretty much out of nowhere, Mike Fisher has decided that retirement is boring and he want’s to play hockey again. Here come the Perds. [SB Nation]

*On the Olympic ice rink, and why the size difference makes a huge impact on the game. [ProHockeyTalk]

*And finally, the NHL (rightfully) gets a lot of heat for refusing to allows its players to have anything resembling a fun or outrageous personality. But going as far as the MLB has gone would be...not good. [USA Today]