Along with Flyers, Steve Mason at a loss heading into break
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WASHINGTON — Steve Mason sat on the ground in a quiet, dimly lit hallway of the Verizon Center about 80 minutes before puck drop Sunday. He whipped a rubber ball against the opposite wall, reflexively catching each return before rapidly firing the ...
Flyers' ebbs and flows are reminders of so-so Phillies teams
Steve Mason was the goaltender for most of those wins, and for most, he was solid and sometimes outstanding. But he was also the backstopper replaced at the start of the season by Michael Neuvirth, and Mason's game seems to have gone south again at ...
Flyers' Steve Mason: Gets pulled for second straight game ...
Mason gave up five goals on 17 shots before getting pulled from Sunday's 5-0 loss to the Capitals. That's now two straight games where coach Dave Hakstol ...
Sielski: For Flyers' sake and his, Steve Mason needs to sort himself out
Steve Mason's psyche has long been treacherous territory, the cause of the questions that always seem to arise whenever he comes close to solidifying himself as the Flyers' franchise goaltender, and here was one more example late Thursday night.