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29 Ray Emery G
Height/Weight: 6-2/196 | Birthdate: 9/28/1982 | Birthplace: Hamilton, Ontario, Canada | Team: Philadelphia Flyers | College: None | NHL Experience: 10 | Salary: $1,150,000 | Owned/Started%: 23/6 | Average Draft Position: 212.00
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11/20/2014

Ray Emery, G, PHI Late Goal Sinks Emery, Flyers

Ray Emery

Late Goal Sinks Emery, Flyers

News: Ray Emery allowed three goals on 29 shots in Thursday's loss to the Wild, with the third goal coming off Jason Zucker's stick in the final minute of play.
Analysis: Ray Emery and the Flyers were close to earning a point in overtime after Claude Giroux's late-third-period goal, but it went down as the 32-year-old's third consecutive loss. He's made those three starts over a period of three weeks as Steve Mason's backup, and may be used even more sparingly going forward if he keeps losing like this.

11/20/2014

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Ray Emery

Flyers' Emery To Start Thursday

News: Ray Emery will be in the crease Thursday against the Wild, Sam Carchidi of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Analysis: With Steve Mason taking the loss in Wednesday's tilt with the Rangers, coach Craig Berube will attempt to give him some rest by turning to Ray Emery. Emery still owns a winning record on the season, but his lousy ratios (3.25 GAA, .898 save percentage) will make it difficult for fantasy owners to roll him with much confidence Thursday.

11/16/2014

Ray Emery, G, PHI Flyers' Emery Roasted By Canadiens

Ray Emery

Flyers' Emery Roasted By Canadiens

News: Ray Emery surrendered six goals on 28 shot attempts in Saturday's loss to the Canadiens.
Analysis: Making his first start for the Flyers since Oct. 30, Ray Emery certainly looked rusty from the get-go, yielding two goals in the first period to put his team in an early hole. With No. 1 goalie Steve Mason righting the ship in recent weeks, it looks like Emery might only be used in back-to-back game scenarios as the season wears on.

11/15/2014

Ray Emery, G, PHI

Ray Emery

Flyers Confirm Emery As Saturday Starter

News: The Flyers confirmed Ray Emery would start in the crease Saturday against the Canadiens, Sam Carchidi of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Analysis: Ray Emery will be making his first start since Oct. 30, as Steve Mason has since reemerged as the team's No. 1 option in goal. The Canadiens are expected to counter with Carey Price in the opposite net.

11/15/2014

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Ray Emery

Flyers Expected To Start Emery On Saturday

News: Ray Emery is expected to receive the start in goal Saturday against the Canadiens, Sam Carchidi of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Analysis: Steve Mason has made the previous five starts in the net for the Flyers, but with the team playing the second half of a back-to-back set Saturday, look for Ray Emery to see the ice for the first time in over two weeks. Emery has a 4-1-1 record over six appearances, but a rather pedestrian 2.74 GAA and .915 save percentage.

10/31/2014

Ray Emery, G, PHI

Ray Emery

Emery Allows Four As Flyers Fall

News: Ray Emery was scored upon four times among 32 shots in Thursday's loss to the Lightning.
Analysis: Not the shiniest outing for Ray Emery, who'd been undefeated in regulation over his first five starts of the year. Steve Mason has been abhorrent so far, so Emery has a chance to carve out a bigger role, but outings like Thursday's won't help his case.

10/30/2014

Ray Emery, G, PHI Flyers' Emery To Start Again Thursday

Ray Emery

Flyers' Emery To Start Again Thursday

News: Ray Emery will be in the crease for Thursday's game against the Lightning, CSN's Sam Carchidi reports.
Analysis: Ray Emery turned in a third straight quality outing his last time out, and he will be rewarded with his fourth start in as many games Thursday. Head coach Craig Berube said earlier in the week he is simply riding the hot hand in going with Emery over Steve Mason of late, but Emery has been the far more effective of the two early this season.

10/29/2014

Ray Emery, G, PHI Flyers' Emery: Another Strong Performance

Ray Emery

Flyers' Emery: Another Strong Performance

News: Ray Emery turned away all but two of the 40 shots he faced in Tuesday's 3-2 overtime win over the Kings.
Analysis: Flyers' coach Craig Berube has said that he'll stick with Ray Emery as long as he's got the hot hand, and he certainly does right now. He also said that he hasn't given up on Steve Mason. Stay tuned for which tender gets the nod for Thursday's match with the high-scoring Tampa Bay Lightning.

10/28/2014

Ray Emery, G, PHI Flyers' Emery Starts Again Tuesday

Ray Emery

Flyers' Emery Starts Again Tuesday

News: Ray Emery will be in goal for Tuesday's game against the Kings, CSN Philadelphia's Sarah Baicker reports.
Analysis: Ray Emery will start his fourth game of the season -- and third straight -- Tuesday night. He has not officially replaced Steve Mason as the Flyers' primary goaltender, but it seems he has taken over the role at least for the time being. The Flyers will need a strong outing from Emery on Tuesday facing a Kings squad that's been the stingiest in the league this year, surrendering just 1.50 goals per game.

10/25/2014

Ray Emery, G, PHI

Ray Emery

Flyers' Emery Strong In Win, Makes 35 Saves

News: Ray Emery stymied the Red Wings' shooters Saturday night, allowing just two goals on 37 shots.
Analysis: It was a really nice showing for a guy who has been middling at best so far. Another outing like this and there could be a goalie controversy in the City of Brotherly Love. Watch carefully and be prepared to pounce.

10/25/2014

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Ray Emery

Flyers Starting Emery On Saturday

News: Ray Emery will backstop the Flyers in their game Saturday versus the Red Wings.
Analysis: With Steve Mason continuing to scuffle (0-3-1, 3.83 GAA in five outings), Ray Emery will earn his third start of the season, as the Flyers look to receive some competent play in goal. Emery hasn't looked great either in his limited action (2.84 GAA, .897 save percentage), and even with a quality outing Saturday, he's probably not a serious threat to challenge Mason's claim to the No. 1 gig.

10/23/2014

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Ray Emery

Emery Expected To Go Wednesday For Flyers

News: Ray Emery is expected to receive the start in goal Wednesday against the Penguins, Sam Carchidi of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Analysis: Top goalie Steve Mason has been brutal in five turns this season (0-3-1, 3.83 GAA, .878 save percentage), so opportunity could knock here for Ray Emery if he's able to turn in a respectable outing against a tough Penguins squad. Mason's larger contract will probably prevent Emery from displacing him as the team's unquestioned starter, but the backup could possibly take on a larger workload if he can give the Flyers some more stability in goal in his subsequent outings.

10/22/2014

Ray Emery, G, PHI

Ray Emery

Flyers' Emery Stops 22 In Win

News: Ray Emery allowed three goals on 25 shots in Wednesday's 5-3 win over the Penguins.
Analysis: With Wednesday being the Flyers' second game in as many nights, Ray Emery got the call between the pipes to give starter Steve Mason some rest. Emery wasn't spectacular, but he did enough to earn a victory behind Philly's high-powered offense.

10/22/2014

Ray Emery, G, PHI

Ray Emery

Flyers' Emery Starting Wednesday

News: Ray Emery will start Wednesday against the Penguins, Tim Panaccio of CSNPhilly.com reports.
Analysis: As expected, Ray Emery will get the start in goal Wednesday following another lackluster showing from Steve Mason on Tuesday. Through five starts this season, Mason has a 3.83 GAA and .878 save percentage, so a strong effort Wednesday could earn Emery at least a slightly larger share of the opportunities moving forward.

10/19/2014

Ray Emery, G, PHI

Ray Emery

Emery Enters Game, Helps Flyers To First Win

News: Ray Emery made four saves on five shots to give the Flyers their first win of the season Saturday. He started the third period in relief of Steve Mason, who was pulled after giving up four goals on 18 shots.
Analysis: Ray Emery didn't get much action, but he was good enough Saturday, helping the Flyers pick up that important first victory. If Mason continues to struggle, look for Emery to see his fair share of action in the cage. Make no mistake, though, Mason is currently the Flyers' clear-cut starting goalie.

10/11/2014

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Ray Emery

Flyers' Emery Starts Strong, Collapses In Third

News: Ray Emery was on cruise control in Saturday's game until Montreal turned up the heat in the third period, allowing three goals in 7:35 to surrender the lead. He made 35 saves overall, but lost the game 4-3 in the shootout.
Analysis: He looked good until the table tilted in the third, but things came apart quickly. Steve Mason remains the starter, but neither man has really impressed in a 0-2-1 overall start to the season.

10/11/2014

Ray Emery, G, PHI

Ray Emery

Flyers Turn To Emery On Saturday

News: Ray Emery will be in the crease Saturday against the Canadiens, Dave Randorf of Rogers Media reports.
Analysis: After Steve Mason got the nod for the Flyers' first two tilts, Ray Emery will draw his first start of the season. He'll face a stiff test matching up against the Habs' Carey Price, perhaps making him a less-than-ideal choice for those in daily leagues considering him as a streaming option. Emery was mostly mediocre in his first season in Philadelphia, posting a 9-12-2 record, 2.96 GAA and .903 save percentage over 28 games.

9/30/2014

Ray Emery, G, PHI

Ray Emery

Flyers' Emery To Return To Action

News: Ray Emery has been nursing a lower-body injury the past few days, but will start in goal for the Flyers in Tuesday's preseason tilt with the Rangers, Tim Panaccio of CSNPhilly.com reports.
Analysis: It's assumed that Ray Emery was dealing with a groin ailment sustained during his outing last week against the Capitals, but he was cleared for a return to the crease after feeling fine during morning skate. Brought back by the Flyers on a one-year, $1 million contract in July, Emery will once again serve as Steve Mason's backup. The Flyers showed no hesitation to roll with Steve Mason on a near-every game basis by the second half of last season, so expect Emery to see one of the smaller workloads among backup goalies in 2014-15.

7/1/2014

Ray Emery, G, PHI

Ray Emery

Flyers Bring Back Emery On One-Year Pact

News: Ray Emery re-signed with the Flyers on Tuesday on a one-year, $1 million contract.
Analysis: The deal amounts to a $650,000 pay cut for Ray Emery, whose 2013-14 numbers predictably noticed a tremendous dip from his spectacular 17-1-0 campaign with the Stanley Cup champion Blackhawks a season before. He still proved plenty serviceable by No. 2 goalie standards, delivering a 2.96 GAA, a .903 save percentage and two shutouts.

4/22/2014

Ray Emery, G, PHI

Ray Emery

Flyers' Emery Yanked In Game 3

News: Ray Emery was tagged for four goals on just 20 shots in Tuesday's Game 3 loss at the hands of the Rangers. He was pulled late in the third period for Steve Mason.
Analysis: Mason got in there for three saves to get his feet wet, and he seems a lock to be in there as the starter for Friday's Game 4. That means Ray Emery will return to his familiar home on the bench.

4/21/2014

Ray Emery, G, PHI

Ray Emery

Flyers Stick With Mason On Tuesday

News: Ray Emery is slated to start Tuesday's game against the Rangers, ESPN's Katie Strang reports.
Analysis: Meanwhile, Steve Mason -- who will not suit up Tuesday -- is now targeting a potential return to the Flyers' lineup on Friday.

4/20/2014

Ray Emery, G, PHI

Ray Emery

Flyers' Emery Stops 31 In Win

News: Ray Emery made 31 saves on 33 shots in a Game 2 win over the Rangers on Sunday.
Analysis: Ray Emery came up big as Philadelphia evened the series, but if Steve Mason gets healthy, he will likely take the starting job back.

4/19/2014

Ray Emery, G, PHI

Ray Emery

Flyers' Emery Likely To Start Game 2

News: Ray Emery will likely be in net for Sunday's Game 2 against the Rangers, as Steve Mason (upper body) will not be available, ESPN.com reports.
Analysis: With Mason sidelined, Ray Emery is set to make his second straight start after allowing four goals on 36 shots in Thursday's Game 1 loss. He'll likely continue to fill in until Mason returns, which could be as early as Game 3.

4/17/2014

Ray Emery, G, PHI

Ray Emery

Emery, Flyers Outplayed In Game 1

News: Ray Emery allowed four goals on 36 shots in Thursday's Game 1 loss to the Rangers.
Analysis: Hard to blame Ray Emery for this one, as the entirety of the game seemed to be played in the Flyers' end, with New York outshooting them 36-15 and scoring twice on a double-minor power play in the third period. Steve Mason appears to be getting healthy, and he could very well return to his role as the Flyers' No. 1 goalie by Sunday's Game 2.

4/16/2014

Ray Emery, G, PHI

Ray Emery

Flyers' Emery Will Start Game 1

News: Ray Emery will start in net for Game 1 against the Rangers on Thursday, Sam Carchidi of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Analysis: With Steve Mason (upper body) out for Game 1, Ray Emery will get a shot to steal home ice advantage for the Flyers. Considering Mason isn't even traveling with the team to New York, there's a good chance Emery could get back-to-back starts to open the series.