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35 Steve Mason G
Height/Weight: 6-4/217 | Birthdate: 5/29/1988 | Birthplace: Oakville, Ontario, Canada | Team: Philadelphia Flyers | College: None | NHL Experience: 6 | Salary: $3,200,000 | Owned/Started%: 79/39 | Average Draft Position: 66.66
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10/21/2014

Steve Mason, G, PHI

Steve Mason

Flyers' Mason Under Heavy Fire In Loss

News: Steve Mason turned aside 39 shots Tuesday, but allowed four goals in a shutout loss to the Blackhawks.
Analysis: Steve Mason's been unable to find his way into the win column in five starts so far this season, with three regulation losses, an overtime loss and a no-decision to show for it. He can't deflect the blame onto his offense, either, as Mason's allowed 18 goals in five games so far this year.

10/21/2014

Steve Mason, G, PHI

Steve Mason

Flyers' Mason To Start Tuesday

News: Steve Mason will start Tuesday against the Blackhawks, CSN's Sam Carchidi reports.
Analysis: Steve Mason will look to get back on track after being pulled before the third period in his last start Saturday. He will take on a Chicago team that is off to a 3-0-1 start but will be playing without regular goaltender Corey Crawford, who is out with an upper body injury.

10/19/2014

Steve Mason, G, PHI Flyers' Mason Gets The Hook Against Stars

Steve Mason

Flyers' Mason Gets The Hook Against Stars

News: Steve Mason was pulled from Saturday's game against the Stars after giving up four goals on 18 shots.
Analysis: Ray Emery started the third period, backstopping the Flyers to a 6-5 comeback win over Dallas. Steve Mason is 0-2-1 on the season with a .865 save percentage and 3.78 GAA. With the defense in front of him, Mason isn't likely to put up very good individual totals this season. He should, however, begin to pile up the wins as the Flyers find their groove. If Mason continues to struggle, Emery could see some starts in his place.

10/18/2014

Steve Mason, G, PHI Flyers Stick With Mason On Saturday

Steve Mason

Flyers Stick With Mason On Saturday

News: Steve Mason will be in the net Saturday against the Stars, Sam Carchidi of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Analysis: Steve Mason has performed woefully in his first three starts this season (0-2-1, 3.30 GAA, .884 save percentage), but coach Craig Berube hasn't seemed to waver in his support of the goalie, who was inked to a three-year extension in January. Even so, it may be tough for Mason to come away with his first win Saturday, matching up on the road against a tough Dallas squad that has received stellar play thus far from its own No. 1 netminder, Kari Lehtonen.

10/14/2014

Steve Mason, G, PHI Mason, Flyers Stay Winless

Steve Mason

Mason, Flyers Stay Winless

News: Steve Mason allowed three goals on 28 shots and two more in the shootout during Tuesday's 4-3 loss to the Ducks.
Analysis: The Flyers are 0-2-2 to start the year, and Steve Mason's been in net for three of those losses. After the way he fell off following a hot start to his career in Columbus, it's a bit unsettling to see Mason looking rough early on, but it's too soon to panic.

10/14/2014

Steve Mason, G, PHI

Steve Mason

Flyers' Mason Starts Tuesday

News: Steve Mason will be between the pipes for Tuesday's game against the Ducks.
Analysis: Steve Mason will be looking for his first victory of the season in his third start, but that will not come easy against a Ducks squad that lit the lamp 12 times in its first three games.

10/10/2014

Steve Mason, G, PHI

Steve Mason

Flyers' Mason Takes Second Straight Loss

News: Steve Mason lost for the second straight day Thursday, giving up five goals on 25 shots against the Devils.
Analysis: After lying dormant in the opener Wednesday, the Flyers' offense tried to help Steve Mason out in this one, coming back from a 3-0 deficit to tie the game, then tying it again at 4-4, but Mason just kept giving up goals. It's possible that after this performance, he'll take a seat in favor of Ray Emery on Saturday, but Craig Berube may elect to throw Mason right back into the fire. Keep an eye out for the starter announcement.

10/9/2014

Steve Mason, G, PHI

Steve Mason

Flyers' Mason To Start Again Thursday

News: Steve Mason will be between the pipes for Thursday's game against the Devils, Mike Morreale of NHL.com reports.
Analysis: Steve Mason will start for the second time in two nights after getting the nod in Wednesday's season opener. He picked up the loss Wednesday, but gave up just two goals on 33 shots.

10/8/2014

Steve Mason, G, PHI

Steve Mason

Mason Stops 31 As Flyers Drop Opener

News: Steve Mason allowed two goals on 33 shots in Wednesday's season opening loss to the Bruins.
Analysis: Steve Mason played well enough to keep his team in the game despite the Flyers being outshot 33-20. He'll get saddled with the loss in the end, but his fantasy owners have nothing to complain about with Wednesday's performance.

10/8/2014

Steve Mason, G, PHI

Steve Mason

Flyers' Mason In Goal For Opener

News: Steve Mason will be between the pipes for Wednesday's season opener against the Bruins, David Strehle of TheFourthPeriod.com reports.
Analysis: Steve Mason entered last season in something of a battle for No. 1 duties with Ray Emery, but he quickly emerged as the primary option, finishing with a 33-18-7 record, 2.50 GAA and .917 save percentage. His ratios probably won't stack up favorably with some of the league's other top goalies, but he still figures to make around 60 or 65 starts this season if health permits.

9/30/2014

Steve Mason, G, PHI

Steve Mason

Mason Roughed Up In Flyers' Loss

News: Steve Mason allowed six goals on 37 shots in Monday's 6-3 loss to the Rangers.
Analysis: With the Flyers' defense still looking messy, Steve Mason looks like a backup option -- at best.

9/26/2014

Steve Mason, G, PHI

Steve Mason

Flyers Mason Sharp During Brief Stint In Win

News: Steve Mason turned away all eight shots he faced in Thursday's 4-0 win over the Devils.
Analysis: It's hard to draw many conclusions from such a short outing -- he played on half the game. His eight saves also came against a mixture of Devils' prospects. Still, keep an eye on Steve Mason as the preseason progresses. The tall keeper could be a good stash in deeper leagues.

8/18/2014

Steve Mason, G, PHI

Steve Mason

Flyers' Mason Returns To Ice

News: Steve Mason (finger) returned to the ice Monday for the first time since breaking his finger three weeks ago, Frank Seravalli of the Philadelphia Daily News reports.
Analysis: With training camp still a month away, the expectation is that Steve Mason will be healthy enough by that time to participate in full activities. After having to fight for his job as the No. 1 goalie a season ago, Mason will be the team's unquestioned top option between the pipes after going 33-18-7 with a 2.50 GAA and .917 save percentage in 2013-14.

7/31/2014

Steve Mason, G, PHI

Steve Mason

Flyers' Mason Breaks Finger

News: Steve Mason broke his right pinky finger and will miss two weeks of training, Tim Panaccio of CSN Philadelphia reports.
Analysis: Steve Mason figures to make a full recovery well before the season, as the Flyers' first preseason game is scheduled for Sept. 22. Following a strong 2013-14 campaign, he's locked in as the team's top netminder.

4/30/2014

Steve Mason, G, PHI

Steve Mason

Flyers' Mason Stops 31 In Loss

News: Steve Mason allowed two goals on 33 shots in Wednesday's Game 7 loss to the Rangers.
Analysis: Steve Mason played well again for the Flyers, but his team wasn't able to generate enough offense to keep the season alive. Mason ended the postseason with a 2-2-0 record, a .939 save percentage, and a 1.97 GAA.

4/29/2014

Steve Mason, G, PHI

Steve Mason

Mason, Flyers Send Series To Game 7

News: Steve Mason stopped 34 of 36 shots Tuesday, delivering a Game 6 victory to push the series against the Rangers to seven games.
Analysis: Steve Mason will surely be back out there for Game 7, as his return from injury has provided a great spark for the Flyers. He wouldn't be denied in this one, making a hefty pile of great saves -- particularly in the early going, when the Rangers were dominating the pace and the Flyers were sloppily turning pucks over.

4/25/2014

Steve Mason, G, PHI Flyers' Mason Wins First Playoff Game In Return

Steve Mason

Flyers' Mason Wins First Playoff Game In Return

News: Steve Mason stopped 37 shots in Friday's 2-1 win over the Rangers. It was his first career postseason win and he earned the game's first star.
Analysis: He looked sharp in his return from an upper-body injury, yielding the only goal early in the first period. He was particularly strong that period as the Flyers were outshot by the Rangers, 16-6.

4/24/2014

Steve Mason, G, PHI

Steve Mason

Flyers' Mason Confirmed To Start In Game 4

News: Coach Craig Berube confirmed Steve Mason would start Friday's Game 4 against the Rangers, Sarah Baicker of CSN Philadelphia reports.
Analysis: After Steve Mason was able to back up Ray Emery and ultimately enter the game in the third period Tuesday without any further complications with his upper-body injury, he'll man the net as the Flyers aim to even the series. Assuming Mason doesn't completely flounder in his return to starting duty, expect him to serve as the Flyers' primary goaltender through the remainder of their playoff run.

4/22/2014

Steve Mason, G, PHI

Steve Mason

Flyers' Mason Gets Feet Wet

News: Steve Mason got into Tuesday's Game 3 against the Rangers with less than eight minutes remaining in the third period, stopping all three shots he faced.
Analysis: Unfortunately, the reason he was in there was that Ray Emery was tagged for four goals. Barring an aggravation of his upper-body injury, Steve Mason's sure to be in there Friday for Game 4.

4/22/2014

Steve Mason, G, PHI

Steve Mason

Flyers' Mason To Back Up Emery On Tuesday

News: Steve Mason (upper body) will back up Ray Emery in Tuesday's Game 3 against the Rangers, Sam Carchidi of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Analysis: The fact that coach Craig Berube is comfortable enough to use Steve Mason as his backup Tuesday suggests that he could be back in the net as the starter for Friday's Game 4. While that won't be determined for the next few days based on how Mason looks in practices, Berube could just opt to stick with Emery in goal if he turns in another quality performance Tuesday, as he did in Game 2.

4/21/2014

Steve Mason, G, PHI

Steve Mason

Flyers' Mason Not Quite Ready

News: Steve Mason (upper body) won't suit up Tuesday against the Rangers, CSN's Sarah Baicker reports.
Analysis: Steve Mason is now targeting a potential return to action Friday, with Ray Emery slated to start Tuesday's Game 3 at home against the Rangers.

4/20/2014

Steve Mason, G, PHI

Steve Mason

Flyers' Mason Making Progress

News: Steve Mason (upper body) is slated to practice Monday, CSN's Sarah Baicker reports.
Analysis: Steve Mason continues to inch closer to a return to action, but with Ray Emery having backstopped the Flyers' Game 2 win over the Rangers on Sunday, it's no lock that Mason would start Tuesday's Game 3, even if he is healthy enough to do so.

4/19/2014

Steve Mason, G, PHI

Steve Mason

Flyers' Mason (Upper Body) Out For Game 2

News: Steve Mason (upper body) has ruled himself out for Sunday's Game 2 against the Rangers, ESPN.com reports.
Analysis: Steve Mason continues to recover from a head injury suffered a week ago. He took the ice for Saturday's practice but said he didn't feel right and will, thus, be unavailable for Game 2, meaning Ray Emery will make his second straight start.

4/19/2014

Steve Mason, G, PHI

Steve Mason

Flyers' Mason Could Play Sunday

News: Steve Mason (upper body) could return for Sunday's Game 2 against the Rangers, TSN.ca reports.
Analysis: After suffering a head injury last Saturday, Steve Mason missed Thursday's 4-1 loss in Game 1. He practiced Friday and said he feels better, but an official determination has not been made regarding his status. "I felt pretty good for being on the ice for the first time in a couple of days. It was a good step," Mason said of Friday's practice. "I felt great movement-wise. It was a pretty controlled setting and it felt good." In Mason's absence Thursday, veteran Ray Emery made 32 saves. He's expected to be in goal if Mason is ruled out for Game 2.

4/18/2014

Steve Mason, G, PHI

Steve Mason

Flyers' Mason (Upper Body) Practices Friday

News: Steve Mason (upper body) participated in Friday's practice, the Flyers' official Twitter account reports.
Analysis: Steve Mason's injury forced him to miss Thursday's Game 1 loss to the Rangers, but considering his involvement in Friday's practice, Mason stands a decent chance at returning for Game 2 on Sunday. While Mason's playing status will have to be monitored as Sunday's game draws nearer, it's encouraging to hear he's back on the ice.