Do not read into anything just because goalie Ray Emery may start two of the season’s final three games for the Flyers, coach Craig Berube said.

Steve Mason, who has been the No. 1 goalie all season, will be his primary netminder in the playoffs.

Berube is going with Emery on Thursday night in Tampa Bay. In a limited sample, Emery has a much better record against the Lightning this season than Mason.

After Thursday, the Flyers face the Penguins on Saturday afternoon.

"The truth is right now, I don’t know who’s going to play in Pittsburgh,” Berube said after Thursday’s morning skate at the Tampa Bay Times Forum. “We’ll have to see what goes on in the game tonight.”

Berube was asked if he was starting to change his mind about who was his No. 1 goalie.

“No. No way. It’s not that at all,” Berube said.

Mason is still his No. 1, Berube said. “We wanted to switch goalies down the stretch to keep them fresh. That’s important,” he said.

Thursday will be Emery’s third start in the last six games, and he will have faced the three toughest opponents during that stretch: St. Louis, Boston and Tampa Bay.

“I don’t think I play Emery against harder opponents,” Berube said. “You guys think deeply, deeper than me. I really don’t look at it like that. I really don’t. A lot of things go into it. That’s the way I look at it.