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According to ESPN’s Pierre LeBrun, the Flyers have reached an agreement on an extension for goaltender Steve Mason, announced by the team today. The deal is reported to be for 3-years, $12.3 million. Mason will receive a nice raise from his current one-year, $1.5-million dollar deal he signed last year after being acquired from the Columbus Blue Jackets for Michael Leighton and a third-round pick in the 2015 NHL Draft. His AAV equals out to just over $4 million a year ($4.1M). However, unlike previous contracts handed out to players, the Flyers aren’t in bad shape from a years-standpoint, as according to …Continue reading »
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Flyers goaltender Steve Mason has signed a contract extension reportedly worth $12.3 million over three years.
The 25-year-old Mason is 19-11-5 with a 2.48 goals-against average and .917 save percentage entering Philadelphia's game against the New York Islanders on Saturday night. Mason was acquired from Columbus last April, and has become the team's No. 1 goalie.
The Philadelphia Flyers have signed goaltender Steven Mason to a three-year, $12.3 million extension, with an average annual value of $4.1 million, the team announced Saturday.
The 25-year-old netminder came over to Philadelphia from the Columbus Blue Jackets at last year’s trade deadline and signed a one-year, $1.5 million contract with the Flyers. After a spectacular rookie campaign...
The Philadelphia Flyers announced on January 18 that they have come t terms on a contract extension with 25-year-old goalkeeper Steve Mason of Oakville, Ontario. The deal is believed to be for three more seasons at $4.1 million per year for a total of $12.3 million. Mason’s current contract pays him $1.5 million for this season and he signed it late last season after the Flyers...
Steve Mason's decision to sign a cheap, one-year deal with the Flyers last season has paid off.
Mason, who came to Philadelphia at last year's trade deadline, arrived here ready to prove that he could become the Flyers' starting goalie of the future.
Now he is.
Mason signed a three-year, $12.3 million extension with the Flyers on Saturday. His annual cap hit is $4...
Steve Mason is 19-11-5 with a 2.48 GAA in his second season with the Flyers. (Photo Courtesy of ESPN.com)
Less than 24 hours after signing a new three-year extension with the Philadelphia Flyers then allowing four goals in an early exit from a game against the New York Islanders, Steve Mason was comical in his comments about the new deal.
"Well, we were shooting for Clayton...
Philadelphia, PA — According to Adam Kimelman of NHL com, the Philadelphia Flyers have extended goaltender, Steve Mason to a multi-year extension. The official announcement from the team is expected later today.
#Flyers have signed goalie Steve Mason to a multi-year contract extension. Official announcement expected later today
— Adam Kimelman (@NHLAdamK) January 18, 2014
Down, but never truly out.
That’s the going theme for these Philadelphia Flyers, as they have developed a reputation for furious rallies and late comebacks to spoil an opposing team’s hopes of victory. The visiting New York Islanders were the latest recipients of such treatment last evening as they fell to the Flyers by a score of 6-4, this after holding a lead through two...
The Flyers celebrate after Jake Voracek's game-tying goal in the third period of the Flyers 6-4 win over the New York Islanders. (Photo Courtesy of ESPN.com)
Just hours after getting a contract extension, Steve Mason left the ice following the fourth goal allowed by the Philadelphia Flyers. Mason was hardly at fault for the deficit the team was facing.
Craig Berube had to send...
Steve Mason made 34 saves in the Flyers win against the Nashville Predators on Nov. 30. The Flyers host the Predators on Thursday. (Photo Courtesy of ESPN.com)
Goalie Steve Mason stole the show in the last meeting between the two teams. Now on home ice, the Philadelphia Flyers could use a repeat performance from their leading man between the pipes.
The Flyers host the Nashville...
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By: Andrew Dintino (@AndrewD_TOU)
Goaltending hasn’t exactly been a forte for the Philadelphia Flyers organization in recent years. After all of his predecessors failed to provide stability in the net, Ilya Bryzgalov was brought in to put an end to this endless plight.
That backfired. Bryzgalov and his monstrous contract were bought out this past offseason...
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On Saturday, the Flyers announced they had come to terms on a new...
[Photo: Len Redkoles/Getty Images] According to a report from ESPN’s Pierre LeBrun, goaltender Steve Mason has signed an extension with the Philadelphia Flyers. No details regarding the terms of this contract were made available. Mason, 25, has provided stability in net for the Flyers following his acquisition from Columbus at last season’s trade deadline. In […]Report: Mason...
from Jim Matheson of the Edmonton Journal,
- Give goalie Steve Mason credit for resurrecting his career in Philadelphia after it fell apart with the Columbus Blue Jackets, but I’m not sure why they had to give him $4.1 million per year for three seasons. That’s $1.2 million more than he was making with the Blue Jackets. Why didn’t they give him $3 million? Where’s he...
Hearing that goalie Steve Mason has signed an extension with the Flyers. No other details at this point.
— Pierre LeBrun (@Real_ESPNLeBrun) January 18, 2014
More information will be posted when available.
Craig Berube stood stoic at his postgame lectern, not happy enough to smile after a 6-4 win over the New York Islanders, not mad enough to throw something.
His team’s win tied a franchise record for the ninth time in a season to come back and win after trailing in the third period.
“That third period was good,” the coach said, “but the first two weren’t.”
In the Flyers’...