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Friday Morning Fly By: Once more, just like that

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

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NHL: JAN 13 Penguins at Flyers Photo by Andy Lewis/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

*Game two tonight, pals! Same as the first. And before we do it, go inside the new-look NHL experience with our insider, Maddie. [BSH]

*All eyes were, understandably, trained on Oskar Lindblom and Nolan Patrick for most of this game. And they did not disappoint. [The Athletic]

*Having the both of them back in the lineup, looking strong and skilled, had to provide a little spark to the boys. [ProHockeyTalk]

*It was a special game for them both, surely, and now that it is behind them it is forward to bigger things. [BSH]

*You know who else was sparky? Joel “Points Leader” Farabee. [Inquirer]

*Erik Gustafsson didn’t have a perfect game, and at points looked downright dreadful defensively, but my goodness did he get the power play going. This team needed that desperately. [Inquirer]

*So how about the Washington Capitals? Do we need to worry about them? [BSH]

*We were looking to learn about this year’s version of the New York Rangers but what we learned instead was that Rangers fans still have a lot of feelings about Alain Vigneault. [BSH]

*Flyers prospect and current college hockey player Ronnie Attard is the focus of a deep dive by some experts on the subject. [SBN College Hockey]

*This is a very interesting look in the way the LTIR, signing bonuses, and no-move clauses impact cap flexibility for NHL teams. [Hockey Graphs]

*And finally, you may not be able to go to The Farg for Flyers games just yet, but we’ve got eyes on the inside to bring the fan experience to you. [BSH]