Flyers give Mason three-year, $12.3M extension

Good or bad idea? Mason was great in his first season then fizzled out during his final three campaigns in Columbus. Could be a great bargain or another bad contract.


Steve Mason and the Philadelphia Flyers agreed to a contract extension on Saturday, according to ESPN’s Pierre LeBrun. HNIC’s Elliotte Friedman reports that it’s a three-year, $12.3 million deal. (That’s a $4.1 million cap hit.)

Update:The team made the extension official, though not the terms. LeBrun reports that the contract doesn’t include a no-trade clause.

Here’s a quick timeline on how Mason went from being a backup in Columbus to a well-paid No. 1 in Philly:

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