Chris Mason

G / Nashville Predators / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

Fantasy Points by Week

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    • Predators' Mason: 44 Saves In Loss

      News: Chris Mason was pelted with pucks Saturday night in a 3-1 loss to Columbus. He made 44 saves and allowed just two goals.
      Analysis: It was a statement game for the beleaguered netminder who struggled mightily this year. And at 37, he may be hard-pressed to pick up a job this offseason. There may be a chance we've seen the last of him.
    • Mason To Close Out Season For Preds

      News: Chris Mason will start Saturday's season finale at Columbus, according to Jeff Rimer, play-by-play broadcaster for the Blue Jackets.
      Analysis: It was a forgettable campaign for Chris Mason this year, who will try for just his second win in 11 appearances backing up Pekka Rinne. He will become an unrestricted free agent after this season, and it's not clear at this point whether the Preds will try to retain his services for next year. Mason's fantasy value was already quite low coming into this season, and it doesn't look to be any higher come October.
    • Wings Light Up Preds' Mason

      News: Chris Mason allowed five goals on 38 shots in Thursday's defeat at the hands of the Red Wings.
      Analysis: Chris Mason doesn't get a chance to play very often in Nashville, but when he does, he usually loses. In 10 games this year (five starts), he's gone a brutal 1-6-1. Presumably, Pekka Rinne will close things out Saturday in Columbus.
    • Preds Start Mason On Thursday

      News: Chris Mason will start Thursday's game against the Red Wings, Josh Cooper of The Tennessean reports.
      Analysis: As the Preds' season winds down, Pekka Rinne gets a well-deserved rest Thursday, with Chris Mason (1-5-1 with a 3.80 GAA) in line to make just his fifth start of the campaign.
    • Mason, Preds Roughed Up

      News: Chris Mason allowed five goals on 18 shots in Friday's 5-2 loss to Dallas.
      Analysis: Chris Mason's stat line left much to be desired, especially for a backup playing in the shadow of one of the league's top netminders in Pekka Rinne.
    • Predators' Mason Gets Rare Start Friday

      News: Chris Mason will be in goal for Friday's game against the Stars, Josh Cooper of The Tennessean reports.
      Analysis: Pekka Rinne has started every game since Feb. 18 and will likely start back-to-back games Sunday and Monday, so head coach Barry Trotz figured it would be a good time to get his regular goalie some rest. Chris Mason owns a 3.55 GAA this season, so expectations should not be high in Mason's first start in nearly two months.
    • Nashville's Mason Busy In Relief

      News: Chris Mason played 50:52 in relief of Pekka Rinne in Friday's 6-3 loss to Calgary allowing three goals on 19 shots.
      Analysis: Chris Mason likely won't see too many starts, but Friday's relief gig might be the closest he gets to a full game for a while after Pekka Rinne allowed two goals on two shots. Mason is behind one of the NHL's premier goalies and his value is tied to RInne.
    • Predators' Mason Lets In Six In Loss

      News: Chris Mason gave up six goals on 18 shots in a loss to the Avalanche on Monday. He was pulled after 33:17.
      Analysis: Pekka Rinne clearly has the starting job in Nashville, so this could only lead to Rinne being relied on more.
    • Predators Mason Gets The Nod Monday

      News: Chris Mason will be between the pipes for Monday's game against the Avalanche, Predators radio announcer Tom Callahan reports.
      Analysis: Regular goalie Pekka Rinne will give way to Chris Mason, who will start his third game of the season Monday. Mason has allowed just three goals over 124 minutes of action this season, so he could be a sneaky spot start option Monday against a Colorado team that is averaging just 2.28 goals per game.
    • Preds' Mason Strong In OT Loss

      News: Chris Mason stopped 30 shots in a 2-1 overtime loss to the Wild on Saturday night.
      Analysis: He played a strong game, but just didn't get the support to win. His starts are few and far between, so he's only worth rostering as insurance.
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