Mason gave up two goals on 36 shots in the Flyers 4-2 win over the Rangers on Saturday. It was a great outing for his first start since returning from a knee injury.Tonight Mason will take on the Flames at Wells Fargo Center—he has gone 11-4-3 with a 1.96 GAA and .936 SV% at home this season.
Mason allowed one goal on nine shots after replacing Rob Zepp in Thursday’s loss to the Maple Leafs. It wasn’t the way the Flyers wanted to work him back into the crease, but he will start tonight vs. the Rangers. Mason has gone 0-2-0 with a 2.59 GAA and .914 SV% in two starts against New York.
Mason allowed one goal on nine shots after replacing Rob Zepp in Thursday’s loss to the Maple Leafs. It wasn’t the way the Flyers wanted to work him back into the crease, but expect him to start tonight vs. the Rangers. Mason has gone 0-2-0 with a 2.59 GAA and .914 SV% in two starts against New York.
Mason (lower-body) will dress on Thursday; unlikely to start.
Anthony Stolarz was reassigned to Lehigh Valley this morning, which means that Mason is healthy enough to back-up Rob Zepp at the very least on Thursday. Flyers GM Ron Hextall said it is unlikely that Mason starts, but we will find out for sure on Thursday.
Originally the Flyers were going to use Mason as Rob Zepp’s backup for the next two games, but decided it was smarter to recall Anthony Stolarz from Lehigh Valley. So look for Zepp to start tomorrow and Thursday with Mason potentially going on Saturday vs. the Rangers. Monitor his status as the week progresses.
Mason (lower-body) is hopeful he will play on Tuesday or Thursday.
Mason missed the last five games with a knee injury, but it sounds like he could return over the weekend if all goes well. Ray Emery has filled in well for Mason, but his return would be huge for a Flyers team who are battling for a playoff spot.
Mason (lower-body) returned to the ice on Wednesday.
Mason was on the ice before Flyers practice with goalie coach Jeff Reese this morning. Mason is one and half weeks into a 2-3 week timetable, so this is just about the time you would expect him to return to the ice. Expect him to skate alone for a few days before returning to full practice.
Mason is expected to miss 2-3 weeks with a lower-body injury.
Flyers GM Ron Hextall announced that Mason will be out for approximately 2-3 weeks with a lower-body injury. There is no word on the nature of the injury, but it will keep him out until late February or early March. The Flyers will now turn to Ray Emery.
Mason left Sunday’s game with a lower-body injury and it will keep him out of at least Tuesday’s game. Flyers GM Ron Hextall said he’d be “surprised” if Mason played at all during the Flyers’ upcoming three-game road-trip. Rob Zepp is also injured in the minors, so it looks like Ray Emery will start on Tuesday.
Mason left Sunday’s game with a lower-body injury and will not return.
Mason had to be helped off of the ice and it did not look good for the Flyers net minder. He has had a really difficult time staying healthy this season. His most recent injury will force the Flyers to turn to Ray Emery as their number-1.
Mason allowed two goals on 30 shots in the Flyers shootout loss to the Islanders on Thursday. The loss snapped a three-game winning streak for Mason, who will meet the Caps for the second time this afternoon. He made 26 saves in a 3-2 OT win back on January 8th.
Mason stopped all 30 shots he faced in the Flyers shutout 1-0 win over the Maple Leafs. Since returning from a lower-body injury, he has won three straight while posting a 1.01 GAA and .967 SV%. In his first start against the Islanders this season, Mason stopped all 46 shots he faced in a 1-0 shootout loss.
Mason will start against the Maple Leafs on Saturday.
Mason allowed two goals on 38 shots in the Flyers win over the Jets on Thursday. Since returning from a lower-body injury, Mason has stopped 58 of 61 (.951 SV%) shots and earned two straight victories. Mason starts against Maple Leafs team who are 1-10-1 while being outscored 37-16 in January.