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Tuesday Morning Fly By: Once more, with no air

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

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*The Flyers will try to go for the season sweep of the Avalanche tonight, though one imagines it’ll be tougher at their house, up in the sky. Despite the loss to the Coyotes Sunday, it was nice to see Morgan Frost have himself a game. [NBC Sports Philly]

*Since coming up, Cam York has also been pretty good, injecting a little energy into a team that’s been working hard and losing anyway. [Inquirer]

*One thing has been consistently good all season long: Carter Hart. So how’d we get here from where we were a couple of seasons ago? [The Athletic]

*When you get to seeing which Flyers currently provide the team with value in excess of what they’re being paid, one of them is going to slay you. It’s so funny. The construction of this roster is so remarkable. [The Athletic]

*Gary Bettman has been Commissioner of the NHL for thirty entire years now. Most say it’s been an unmitigated success for the league, but one could argue otherwise, methinks. [NHL.com]

*And finally, every year, when the league releases the schedules for the season, every hockey fan looks at their team’s and complains about how hard it is. Which month is totally unfair for this or that reason. But how much does the schedule really impact the standings? [Sportsnet]

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