PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — On Saturday afternoon, the Flyers lost to the Bruins and also lost their goaltender in the process. Steve Mason left the game with a lower body injury in the first period.

Today, the Flyers announced that they were recalling goaltender Rob Zepp from the Lehigh Valley Phantoms.

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This marks Zepps second recall of the season after being called up on December 19th. Zepp went back down to the Phantoms on December 29th and has gone 3-0-0 with a  1.90 goals against average and a save percentage of .942.

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On December 21st, Zepp made his NHL debut and recorded a win over Winnipeg. The victory made Zepp (33) the oldest goaltender to win their NHL debut in the last 88 years.

UPDATE (3:33pm): Flyers GM Ron Hextall announced that Steve Mason is expected to miss two weeks.

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