Mason allowed one goal on 23 shots after replacing Ray Emery in the Flyers come-from-behind win over the Coyotes on Tuesday. It was Mason’s first game back after missing six games with a lower-body injury. Mason enters play tonight at 9-12-6 with a 2.41 GAA and .921 SV%.
Mason (knee) is on the ice for the Flyers’ morning skate.
There was a chance that Mason could be available for tonight’s game, but he is splitting time with Rob Zepp at one end, while Ray Emery is in the starter’s crease, so it looks like Mason will miss his seventh straight game.
Mason practiced early Monday morning and has been quietly practicing since before the All-Star break. Mason, who has a right knee injury, has been practicing on his own, but has not taken shots or been involved in the normal routine he has the day before a game. Flyers GM Ron Hextall said it was not “100 percent” ruled out that Mason would be in the lineup.
After being re-evaluated, Mason (lower-body) will miss up to two weeks.
Mason’s injury is reportedly not related to his previous lower-body injury, but it will keep out of at least the next six games. The Flyers will roll with Ray Emery and Rob Zepp as their goaltending tandem while Mason is sidelined.
Mason left Saturday’s game with a knee injury and did not return. Mason underwent an MRI, that did not reveal any significant damage and Mason is expected to miss a week. Ray Emery will become the starter and Rob Zepp will be recalled from the Phantoms.
Mason left Saturday’s game in the first period with a lower-body.
Mason, who has been battling a lower-body injury lately, left this afternoon’s game less than eight minutes in. He made a right pad save and then went down in obvious pain as he tried to push-off. Mason was replaced by Ray Emery and he will likely miss some time.
Mason stopped 26 of 28 shots in the Flyers OT win over Capitals on Thursday. He has won each of his last two starts while stopping 67 of 70 shots (.957 SV%). Mason has gone 2-1-0 with a 1.67 GAA and .943 SV% in afternoon starts this season.
Mason stopped 41 of 42 shots and four of five shootout attempts in the Flyers 2-1 shootout win over the Senators on Tuesday. The win snapped a five-game losing streak and was his first since December 13th. Tonight he will start with the Flyers hosting the Capitals—he is 6-4-2 at Wells Fargo Center.
Mason is in the starter's crease; looks like he starts tonight.
Despite leaving practice early on Wednesday, it looks like Mason will start vs. the Capitals. He is coming off of a 41-save performance in the Flyers 2-1 shootout win over the Senators on Tuesday. The win snapped a five-game losing streak and was his first since December 13th. Looks like he will start at home vs. Washington—he is 6-4-2 with a 2.22 GAA and .927 SV% at Walls Fargo Center.
Mason (undisclosed) will take part in Thursday’s morning skate.
Mason left practice on Wednesday and underwent an MRI on Wednesday night, but the team announced that he will take part in the morning skate tomorrow. The MRI must not have revealed anything major which is great news for Mason owners and the Flyers.
Mason (undisclosed) will have an MRI on Wednesday.
Mason was injured when he made a point-blank save on Clarke MacArthur on Tuesday night. Mason finished the game and stopped four of five shootout attempts in the Flyers win. He left practice this morning after about 15 minutes and will undergo an MRI later today. Look for Ray Emery to start on Thursday.
Mason took the ice for practice this morning, but left quickly with what the Flyers called “soreness.” Philadelphia will take on the Capitals tomorrow, so if Mason is unable to go, look for Ray Emery to start.
Mason stopped six of eight shots after replacing Ray Emery in the Flyers loss to the Devils on Saturday. It was an ugly night for the Flyers altogether. He has not recorded a win since December 13th and is riding a five-game losing streak with a 2.44 GAA and .904 SV%.