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Tuesday Morning Fly By: Normality in drips and drabs

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

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*There were Flyers on the ice yesterday! Most notably, Joel Farabee. Feels nice to see, eh?

*The boys’ main goal as they get back onto the ice together is to try and recapture the magic they were building when everything shut down. [Inquirer]

*Anyhoo, remember when Eric Lindros was a baseball player? [BSH]

*Charlie ranks the Flyers ten best playoff series of the last 20 years. That’s a lot of years. And a lot of friggin’ great playoff series. [The Athletic]

*Meltzer on the Vigneault Jack Adams conversation, along with some other nuggets of Flyers goodness. [Hockeybuzz]

*On David Kase’s season and his place in the Flyers’ prospect hierarchy. [BSH]

*The NHL is plowing forward, obviously, but they’ve got some deadlines coming that they haven’t really dealt with yet. [Pension Plan Puppets]

*Without a crowd to fire them up, players are going to have to make their own momentum if and when play resumes. [CBC]

*And finally, they asked the coaches about the Selke Trophy. Hilarity ensued. [The Athletic]

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