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Potential playoff berth will make for quiet deadline from Flyers

Does anybody want the final wildcard spot? In short, no. The Flyers had the opportunity to close to within two points of the final wildcard spot on Tuesday night by facing the Carolina Hurricanes, a team only ahead of the Buffalo Sabres in the Eastern Conference. Again, the Flyers turned in a familiar result. A 4-1 loss to Carolina continues to show the inconsistency of the Flyers...
Via Flyerdelphia
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Between the Pipes-02/24/15: Flyers face Canes; Mason close to returning as Emery gets hurt

Welcome to Between the Pipes, a look at the Philadelphia Flyers and the NHL through linkage.  Back in the hunt The Flyers current hot streak has them eyeing a possible playoff berth: [ Carchidi] [Pattison Ave.-Erik Yost] [Courier Post Online-Dave Isaac] [ Panaccio] [The Hockey News- Adam Proteau] Getting healthy at the right time Steve Mason...
Via Flyerdelphia
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Steve Mason out; Flyers might be screwed

This might be the end of the road for the Philadelphia Flyers in 2014-15. Hanging on by a thread, sitting nine points out of a playoff spot as we near the midway point of February, the Flyers have been dealt a huge blow: Steve Mason will undergo knee surgery to deal with a problematic right […] The post Steve Mason out; Flyers might be screwed appeared first on Two Pad Stack.
Via Two Pad Stack
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Steve Mason to undergo knee surgery

There is not so good news to report out of the Philadelphia Flyers camp and that is goalie Steve Mason will undergo surgery on his problematic right knee. According to CSN Philly’s Tim Panaccio, Mason did not want to undergo surgery in January but has no choice now. Here is more from Panaccio regarding Mason’s arthroscopic knee surgery: After multiple MRIs — more than three...
Via Total Sports Live
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Postgame Perspective: Is Flyers playoff push dead or alive?

  View image | As Steve Mason was helped off the ice and into the Flyers locker room, you could see the vital signs disappear for good on the Flyers 2014-15 season. The playoff hopes had flat-lined, plateaued. Without Mason, it would finally be over. From the start of Sunday's game, the Flyers showed a team that still had a pulse, despite what the standings...
Via Flyerdelphia
23 days ago  |  Discuss

Postgame Perspective: Mason steps up in Flyers win

For so much of the 2014-15 season, Steve Mason has been the key to success for the Flyers. The goalie that practically carried the team through the early portion of the season had been sidelined for six games prior to Tuesday night. Mason wasn't the starter on Tuesday night, but he might as well get credit for one. Mason played 59:02 in goal, taking over for Ray Emery after 5...
Via Flyerdelphia
January 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Mason Out 2 Weeks for Flyers

Not only did the Flyers lose to Boston on Saturday afternoon, but they also lost goaltender Steve Mason for up to 2 weeks.  Mason suffered a lower body injury in the first period of the game against the Bruins. Mason missed some games in December due to an upper body injury.  He returned to form this week helping the Flyers to 2 wins. ‘Obviously he’s the No. 1 guy and we want...
Via Complete Philly Coverage
January 11, 2015  |  Discuss

Steve Mason says “things are slipping away” for Flyers

After the Philadelphia Flyers fell to the Detroit Red Wings on Wednesday, the team’s record fell to 8-10-3 on the year. The Flyers have been particularly bad on the road, earning just five points in 13 games. Struggling to find their footing in the Metropolitan Division, the Flyers are aware that they’re starting to let the year slip away. Steve Mason summed things up, as seen...
Via Puck Drunk Love
November 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Steve Mason trying to adjust to new stadium lighting

When the Wells Fargo Center upgraded their lighting and installed approximately 25,000 LED lights, those in charge probably only considered the positives such as saving on energy and a better, brighter experience for fans. One thing they probably didn’t consider was Steve Mason and the fact he’d have to adjust to the new lighting on the ice. As seen over on, Mason...
Via Puck Drunk Love
September 29, 2014  |  Discuss

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