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Your daily dose of Philadelphia Flyers related news, notes, and a place to yell online.

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As always we’re here to help you with that case of the Monday’s here at BSH. No, still no hockey yet, but plenty of news and notes to catch up on as we survived another weekend without sports.

*Flyers in-arena host opens up about here battle with the coronavirus, please stay safe and follow all proper guidance people. [Inquirer]

*Relive the Flyers’ magical 1974 Stanley Cup clincher with the man himself, Bernie Parent. Only the Lord saves more than Bernie. [Inquirer]

*In the not as way back machine, it’s been 10 years since the Flyers’ epic and historic comeback against the Bruins. Hear from players and coaches who lived it. [NHL]

*Elliotte Friedman on an important week for the NHL, including playing actual games, the draft, and more. [Sportsnet]

*Speaking of the draft, what happens with all those conditional draft picks that changed hands at the trade deadline? Messy. [TSN]

*So how about that Jeff Carter deal to Columbus, eh? Sean Couturier is elite, and winning the Selke Trophy (whenever that is, you know). [NHL]

*The Pro Hockey Writers Association (PHWA) is doing some good, raising money for N95 masks for frontline heroes. [GoFundMe]