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Topic - Steve Mason
The Flyers turned the worst start in team history into a playoff berth. They forced Game 7 after a 3-2 series deficit.
Daniel Carcillo provided the burst of energy the New York Rangers were counting on in Game 7. The big goal was quite a bonus.
As they trailed in the series, the Flyers always believed they'd return to New York.
The Rangers shook off a 5-2 thrashing in Philadelphia on Tuesday and knocked out the Flyers about 24 hours later, improving to 6-0 in Game 7s at Madison Square Garden.
Wayne Simmonds and the Philadelphia Flyers are going back to New York for Game 7. There is no time to waste, too.
The Philadelphia Flyers have no doubt they will be back at Madison Square Garden one more time with their season on the line.
Henrik Lundqvist didn't allow a bad ending to the second period wreck an otherwise good day for the New York Rangers.
The train ride back from Philadelphia after the New York Rangers' one-goal loss to the Flyers in Game 4 wasn't all that long, yet long enough for them to shake off the disappointment.
Steve Mason skated off the Flyers' ice to a roar he waited a career to hear.
A tag-team goalie tandem helped the Philadelphia Flyers reach the Stanley Cup Finals four years ago. They hope it gets them through the first round this spring.
Ray Emery will make his third straight start for an injured Steve Mason when the Flyers host the New York Rangers in Game 3 of their first-round playoff series Tuesday night.
Calling himself a Band-Aid, Ray Emery has held the Philadelphia Flyers together nicely.
Steve Mason still isn't feeling well enough to play, so Ray Emery will be back in the net for the Philadelphia Flyers in Game 2 against the New York Rangers.
The Philadelphia Flyers might have No. 1 goalie Steve Mason back for Game 2 against the Rangers.
Steve Mason kept the Philadelphia Flyers afloat when they struggled early in the season. Now they may have to start the playoffs without their No. 1 goalie.
"This series is definitely not over," goalie Steve Mason said after Philadelphia's 4-2 loss Sunday pushed the Flyers to the brink of elimination. "We are looking forward to getting back home and having a big game there and bringing it back here for Game 7."
"I felt really sharp, especially on the power play stuff there," Mason said after Thursday's practice. "I was moving well, seeing the pucks through screens. If that's a gauge, I feel pretty good."