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Mason was tagged with his third consecutive loss and sixth in eight starts Tuesday, giving up three goals on 25 shots en route to a a 4-1 defeat against the visiting Ducks.
Mason took a shootout loss to the Rangers on Saturday after stopping 26 of 28 shots in regulation.
Mason faced more than twice as many shots as opposing goalie Pekka Rinne on Thursday -- 40-19 -- but stopped 37 and took home a 6-3 win.
Mason will be between the pipes in Thursday's game against the Predators, Sam Carchidi of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Mason made 30 saves on 32 shots Tuesday against Montreal, coming away with a 4-2 win to snap a three-game losing skid.
Mason (lower body) is expected to start in net Tuesday against Montreal, Tim Panaccio of CSN Philadelphia reports.
Mason (lower body) hopes to be available for Tuesday's game against the Canadiens, Sam Carchidi of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Mason was perfect Saturday afternoon, turning aside all 20 shots in a 4-0 shutout over the visiting Islanders.
Mason stopped 31 of 34 shots to come away with a 4-3 overtime victory in Minnesota on Thursday.
Mason led the Flyers onto the ice for warmups before Sunday's game in Anaheim, according to Ducks broadcaster Phil Hulett.
Mason allowed three goals on 29 shots but came away the winner as the Flyers downed the Blues 4-3 on Monday.
Mason got back in the blue paint Thursday after a three-game layoff and delivered a 36-save shutout against the Canucks.
Mason gave up three goals on 10 shots and was yanked early in the second period Tuesday against the Islanders.
Mason allowed just two goals on 35 shots Wednesday against the Islanders, but still picked up the loss, dropping his record to 3-7-4.
Mason will start in goal against the Sharks on Thursday night, Bill Meltzer of NHL.com reports.
Mason turned away 38 of 40 shots Tuesday against the Kings, but was stuck with a shootout loss.
Despite a previous report indicating that Mason missed practice with an injury, it has been deemed a maintenance day for him by both coach Dave Hakstol and general manager Ron Hextall, Tim Panaccio of CSN Philadelphia reports.
Mason (illness) was tagged for five goals on 32 shots in his return to the net Thursday, taking a home loss to the Capitals.
Mason (illness) will return to the net for Thursday's game against the Capitals, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Mason practiced Friday, though he is believed to be dealing with a virus, and likely will give way to Michal Neuvirth for a start in goal Saturday against the Jets, Tim Panaccio of CSN Philadelphia reports.
Mason is expected to start in net Thursday evening against the Flames, Dave Isaac of the Courier-Post reports.
Mason will be the starting goalie for the Flyers in Tuesday evening's game against the Sabres, John Vogl of Buffalo News reports.
Mason made 37 saves through regulation and came out on top of a 3-2 win over the Rangers on Saturday night.
Mason came off the bench to earn a win Wednesday, allowing two goals on 18 shots in a 5-4 OT victory over the Bruins.
Mason (personal) will be between the pipes in Tuesday's matchup with the Stars, Sam Carchidi of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Mason (personal) is expected to get the starting nod in net Tuesday against the Stars, Sam Carchidi of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Mason (personal) returned to practice Friday and could play Tuesday against the Stars, CSN Philadelphia reports.
Mason (personal) is without a timetable for his return, Sam Carchidi of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Mason (personal) will participate in Wednesday's morning skate, Sam Carchidi of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports, adding that there has been no word on Mason's availability for that night's contest against the Blackhawks.
Mason won't start Monday's home opener against the Lightning due to a personal family matter, Sarah Baicker of The Comcast Network reports.
Mason allowed four goals on eight shots in the first 6:46 of Saturday's game against the Panthers. Unfortunately, that set a modern NHL record for the fastest four goals to start a season.
Mason will start in net Thursday for the Flyers' opener against the Lightning, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.