Mason is the Flyers starter.
Mason allowed three goals on 25 shots in the Flyers season opener. Ray Emery did not fair much better last evening so Mason will go tonight. He will face the 0-1 Carolina Hurriances
Khudobin will start for the Hurricanes.
Khudobin will make his Hurricanes debut tonight vs the Flyers. He lost his only start vs. Philly last season with a 4.61 GAA and .813 SV%.
Fasth leads the Ducks onto the ice for warmups, he is the Anaheim starter.
Fasth was shelled for six goals on 29 shots in the season opener. The Ducks were badly out played by the Avalanche and it led to a tough night for Fasth. He will face the 2-0 Jets who have scored 10 goals in their first two games.
Pavelec starts for the Jets.
Pavelec improved to 2-0 with a 33 save win over the LA Kings. He allowed three goals on the night, but he was given five goals of support on a night where Jonathan Quick looked off. Teemu Selanne and the Ducks are in town, who are coming off of a 4-3 win vs. Minnesota last night.
The Canucks will turn to Eddie Lack in goal. Lack, the 25-year-old netminder from Sweden, will make his NHL debut.
Lack was 7-4-1 with a 3.00 GAA and .899 SV% for the Chicago Wolves (AHL) last season. He is unlikely to see a lot of starts behind Roberto Luongo. He could make a solid spot start vs. the Flames for people who have nothing to lose in the goalie categories.
Joey MacDonald will start the Flames home opener tomorrow night.
Karri Ramo was expected to see the majority of the starts this season but while he struggled a bit in the first game, MacDonald did enough to get the win on Friday night. He allowed three goals on 32 shots (.906 SV%) in the 4-3 win over Columbus. MacDonald will face a tougher test with the Canucks tomorrow.
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