Mason Preseason

Gameday FAQ: Flyers vs Coyotes

Here is your Philadelphia Flyers Gameday FAQ for Friday, October 11, 2013.   When and where are the Flyers playing? The Philadelphia Flyers (1-3-0) host the Phoenix Coyotes (2-2-0) at the Wells Fargo Center for a 7:00pm matchup.   How can I watch this game? This game will be shown on Comcast Sportsnet (CSN Philly) locally. You can also find it on FSAZ if you’re hanging out in the desert. The game will also be broadcast on 93.3 WMMR for those who prefer the smooth sounds of Tim Saunders and Chris Therien. Hopefully we’ll be hearing a whole bunch of …

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Around the Net October 11, 2013: Flyers game night against Coyotes,more

Welcome to Around the Net, a weekly look through linkage at the Philadelphia Flyers and other news from around the NHL. Kimmo trending down It’s been four games, but Kimmo Timonen is starting to regress: [The Hockey News] Wisdom of Bill Friend of the site, Bill Meltzer previews tonight’s game: [Hockeybuzz-Bill Meltzer] Mason looking strong  So far, so good with Steve Mason: [Philly.com-Frank Seravalli] Hartnell sells cars More brilliance from @Hartsy19: [USA Today] Around the NHL The new thing in the NHL, scoring goals between your legs. [Puck Daddy] [Deadspin] Hockey season is here. Go see the new Flyers coach, …

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Flyers hang on for 2-1 win in Berube’s debut

In his coaching debut, Craig Berube helped the Philadelphia Flyers squeak out a 2-1 win over the Florida Panthers for the team’s first victory of the 2013-2014 campaign. Brayden Schenn and Braydon Coburn produced goals in the first period that proved to be enough, while Steve Mason was impressive in the win with a 33-save performance. The story of the game for the Orange and Black in their first contest under their new head coach was Mason’s performance paired with their inability to exit their own zone. “At times I did, and at times I didn’t,” said Berube when asked …

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Mistakes cost Flyers in Carolina, fall 2-1

For the second time in two days, the Philadelphia Flyers were outworked by the opposition, as the Carolina Hurricanes grabbed a 2-1 victory at home. It was a Radek Dvorak goal in the second period that proved to be a game-winner, as Jay Harrison also scored for the hosts. Luke Schenn was the only member of Philly to beat Anton Khudobin on the evening, as the former Boston Bruin stopped 17 of the Flyers’ 18 shots. Through three games, the Flyers have a total of three goals, one of which has come at even strength. “I don’t know if anything’s …

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Flight Plan: Getting Back Into the Swing of Things

­­ Through two games, the Philadelphia Flyers are looking like a good team, but have lacked finish as they’ve been outscored 7-2 thus far in the 2013-2014 season. Luckily, there are 80 more games left as opposed to last year where there would only be 46 games  remaining at this point, and there are some bright spots. The scoring lead for the team is currently a three-way tie between Vincent Lecavalier, Mark Streit, and Brayden Schenn. Schenn and Lecavalier clearly have some chemistry on the second power play unit and have each scored a goal and notched a helper on …