New coach Craig Berube said the Flyers goaltending competition was ongoing, but the numbers strongly suggest that Steve Mason has become the front-runner.
Mason, 25, has started three of the four games and has a 2.02 goals-against average and .935 save percentage. He's looking like the goalie who excelled in a seven-game stint with the Flyers late last season.
Ray Emery, 31, gave up four goals and had an .882 save percentage in one start.
Berube said that the Flyers will "need both guys. There's lots of games, lots of back-to-back games."
The goalies figure to divide the next two games - Friday against visiting Phoenix, and Saturday at Detroit.