Ray Emery G PHI 6 Days

Emery turned in an uncharacteristically strong outing Tuesday against the Penguins, stopping 33 of 35 shots to pull out a 3-2 victory in overtime.

Emery had lost his previous five outings, receiving an early yank in three of those starts. His strong effort Tuesday may be enough to propel him above Rob Zepp as the Flyers' preferred option in goal, but the impending return of Steve Mason (lower body) after the All-Star break means Emery's stay atop the depth chart will be short-lived.

Ray Emery G PHI 7 Days

Emery will start Tuesday's game against the Penguins.

Emery, who entered Monday's game against the Islanders in relief of Rob Zepp, has dropped his last five decisions. He'll have his work cut out for him Tuesday, while going against a Pittsburgh squad that is averaging three goals scored per game to date.

Ray Emery G PHI 7 Days

Emery allowed two goals on 20 shots in relief of Rob Zepp in Monday's 7-4 loss to the Islanders.

It's hard to pin the bulk of the blame of Emery as he entered more than halfway through the contest, but he was tagged with the loss nonetheless. He's now lost in five consecutive appearances, and seems to have been passed by Rob Zepp on the depth chart.

Ray Emery G PHI 11 Days

Emery got the hook after giving up three goals on just 12 shots in the first 21:21 of Thursday's loss to Vancouver.

That's four consecutive losses for Emery, who's given up three goals in each of those games and been pulled twice in that span. The guy is a liability both in fantasy for the Flyers. Rookie Rob Zepp unsurprisingly outplayed him in relief Thursday.

Ray Emery G PHI 11 Days

Emery has been confirmed as the starter in goal for Thursday's game against the Canucks.

As expected, Emery will man the crease after Rob Zepp got the call a night earlier in the loss to the Capitals. Emery currently tops the Flyers' depth chart while Steve Mason (lower body) remains sidelined, but with an ugly 3.21 GAA and .889 save percentage, he probably doesn't have much job security ahead of Zepp.

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Sarah Baicker of CSN Philadelphia expects Emery to start Thursday's game against the Canucks.

We'll await conformation of the assignment, but with Rob Zepp having started Wednesday's game against the Caps, Emery appears poised to make his first appearance in net for Flyers since Saturday's loss to the Bruins.

Ray Emery G PHI 13 Days

Updating a previous report, Emery will not receive the start in goal Wednesday against the Capitals, Sarah Baicker of CSN Philadelphia reports.

Coach Craig Berube appeared set to roll with Emery for the first game of a back-to-back set, but he apparently had a change of heart Wednesday morning, turning instead to the newly-recalled Rob Zepp. Emery figures to get the nod for Thursday's date with Vancouver, but in any event, it doesn't look like he will be guaranteed the No. 1 goalie job with Steve Mason (lower body) unavailable for at least the next two weeks. Expect Berube to try to find a hot goalie in the interim, with Zepp and Emery both likely to receive a roughly even distribution of starts until one clearly outplays the other.

Ray Emery G PHI 13 Days

Emery will get the start in net Wednesday against Washington, Tim Panaccio of CSN Philadelphia reports.

With Steve Mason still dealing with a lower body injury, Emery will be in net Wednesday against the Capitals. Mason could miss up to two weeks, however, fantasy owners will want to avoid Emery if it all possible, as he has registered some of the worst numbers of his career this season. Emery has gone 7-7-1 through 16 games this year while posting a 3.21 GAA and .889 save percentage.

Ray Emery G PHI 16 Days

Emery was atrocious in relief of the injured Steve Mason (knee) on Saturday, giving up three goals on 13 shots in a 3-1 loss to the Bruins.

Emery was forced into the game less than eight minutes in, as Mason was forced to leave due to a knee issue. In 16 appearances this year -- 13 of them starts -- the 32-year-old has posted some of the worst ratios of his career (3.21 GAA, .889 save percentage). Even if the injury to Mason allows Emery to string together a few starts in a row for the disappointing Flyers, it's best to tread lightly with him. Or not at all, if you can help it.

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Emery is likely to receive the start in goal Thursday against the Capitals, Sam Carchidi of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

With No. 1 netminder Steve Mason requiring an MRI after likely tweaking his back Tuesday night, Emery could assume the starting gig once again for the Flyers. He's continually proven ill-equipped to handle a larger workload when called upon this season, delivering an ugly 3.19 GAA and .893 save percentage over 15 appearances. However, with few other alternatives available, Emery will retain the team's nominal No. 1 goalie title for however long Mason remains sidelined.