Steve Mason

#35 G / Philadelphia Flyers / EXP: 7YRS Height: 6-4 Weight: 217 lb Age: 27 College: None

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      Flyers' Steve Mason: Loses despite solid outing

      Mason allowed just two goals on 35 shots Wednesday against the Islanders, but still picked up the loss, dropping his record to 3-7-4. Mason continues to suffer from a lack of offensive support, as the Flyers have scored just 15 goals in their last 10 games. Philadelphia only mustered 18 shots on goal in this one, and Mason's win/loss record will continue to plummet as long as the team in front of him struggles to generate chances.

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      Flyers' Steve Mason: Starts in goal Wednesday

      Mason will start in goal Wednesday against the Islanders, Sam Carchidi of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Following two superb outings that both resulted in overtime losses, Mason laid a bit of an egg against the Senators on Saturday, allowing four goals 31 shots. When paired with the lack of offensive support from a Flyers club scoring the least goals per game this season, things haven't gone very well for the veteran netminder. He'll face another tough test Wednesday against the Islanders, who are notching 2.81 goals per game this season.

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      Flyers' Steve Mason: Strong despite losing effort

      Mason set aside 20 of 21 shots in Thursday's 1-0 overtime loss to the Sharks. The strong performance lowered his season-long GAA to 2.99, but Mason lacked offensive support which has been a trend for Philly this season as it's averaging a measly 1.79 goals per game in 2015-16.

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      Flyers' Steve Mason: To get another start Thursday

      Mason will start in goal against the Sharks on Thursday night, Bill Meltzer of reports. According to Sam Carchidi of the Philadelphia Inquirer, Flyers netminder Michal Neuvirth (upper body) is healthy enough to play Thursday, but evidently he'll defer to Mason for this home start. Mason owns a 3-5-3 record as the skaters in front of him have only strung together 35 goals in 18 games, putting them at a tie with the Hurricanes for the fewest team goals in the NHL.

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      Flyers' Steve Mason: Will suit up as Tuesday's starter

      Mason (undisclosed) will start in goal Tuesday against the Kings, Sam Carchidi of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Mason was given a maintenance day Monday, but it led to multiple beat writers speculating that Mason was actually dealing with some type of injury. Given that the goalie has already been declared the starter Tuesday night, this does not appear to an issue that merits much concern. Perhaps most worrisome for the folks owning Mason in fantasy leagues is his 3.37 GAA and .895 save percentage which ranks 43rd and 38th, respectively.

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      Flyers' Steve Mason: Just a maintenance day

      Despite a previous report indicating that Mason missed practice with an injury, it has been deemed a maintenance day for him by both coach Dave Hakstol and general manager Ron Hextall, Tim Panaccio of CSN Philadelphia reports. While the Flyers heads seem to be playing Mason's absence off as a maintenance day, multiple beat writers have speculated that there may be an underlying injury. Hakstol's unwillingness to name Mason the starter for Tuesday's game against the Kings could further suggest that's the case. While it's something to look out for, there's nothing beyond speculation at this point indicating that there is an issue.

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      Flyers' Steve Mason: Misses practice with injury

      Mason missed practice Monday with an undisclosed injury, reports. Mason reportedly mentioned that he was dealing with a minor issue, so there may not be too much concern needed over the issue. The Flyers haven't recalled another goaltender at this point, so it looks as though there's still a decent chance that he'll be available for Tuesday's contest against the Kings.

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      Flyers' Steve Mason: Starting in cage Saturday

      Mason will be in net as the starter against the Hurricanes on Saturday, Sam Carchidi of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Mason will try to avenge his loss from this past Thursday, when the Capitals lit him up with five goals on 32 shots. He has made his way into nine games this season, despite a 3.55 GAA that is about a goal and a half worse than what fellow netminder Michal Neuvirth has maintained for Philly in just as many appearances.

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      Flyers' Steve Mason: Gives up five goals in return from illness

      Mason (illness) was tagged for five goals on 32 shots in his return to the net Thursday, taking a home loss to the Capitals. Usually, the Caps are scary primarily because of Alex Ovechkin, but their superstar only took two shots on goal in a scoreless effort. Instead, Mason yielded two goals to Jason Chimera on the power play en route to his fourth consecutive loss. Of course, there had been a 10-day interim between Thursday's game and Mason's last turn; sure, you can cut him some slack for the illness, but that doesn't excuse the rest of what's been a poor first month-plus of they ear.

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      Flyers' Steve Mason: Will start Thursday

      Mason (illness) will return to the net for Thursday's game against the Capitals, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Mason didn't start any of the last four games for a combination of rest and an illness. However, it appears it's behind him just in time, as Michal Neuvirth reportedly suffered an injury of some kind in the third period of Tuesday's game. Mason will take over the duties in net, but it's a bit unclear at this point who will be backing him up. The netminder has struggled through eight games this season, posting a 3.34 GAA and .902 save percentage, and things won't get any easier Thursday as he faces one of the most powerful offenses in the Capitals.

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