The Flyers have rotated Marty Biron and Antero Niittymaki as their starting goalie this season, but Biron appears to have separated himself as of late. Biron has gone 6-2-0 with a 2.10 goals-against average, .944 save percentage and one shutout since being pulled from a game against the Bruins on Feb. 7. "Marty looks confident in the net," said Flyers coach John Stevens. "He's square, he's challenging, there's not a lot of extra stuff hanging around when there's scrums around the net. He keeps things in front of him and doesn't allow pucks to go through him. I thought the overall body of work and the overall level of play of his game has been very good." Biron is 21-13-5 with a 2.77 GAA for the season, but has won his last three starts. "I feel like I'm doing some good things on the ice in practice and off the ice to get ready for games," Biron told NHL.com. "I think everybody understands this is the time of year you can't afford not to show up or do things your own way. You've got to stick to the plan, everybody has to buy into it and I'm doing the same thing. (Goaltender) is more of an individual position, but with Reggie (Lemelin, goaltending coach), looking at tapes, trying to follow a game plan to be successful and stick to that, it's working out pretty good."
Biron Grabs Hold Of Flyers' Starting Job