Carter Hart

The Detroit Red Wings Need to Add a Goaltender

The Detroit Red Wings are a young, up-and-coming team in the Eastern Conference who have taken steps in the right direction over the last couple of years. They were in the hunt for a wild card spot for much of last season but ended up missing the playoffs for the seventh straight year. Goaltending continues […]

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Bargain Bin: Sharks, Senators, Coyotes, Oilers, UFA Market, Goalie Market

When it comes to the rumor mill in the NHL, it can be super mind puzzling and send you for a massive twist. Sometimes, that twist lets you understand what is happening in the NHL. However, I’ll try to dissect all of this within today’s edition of Bargain Bin on Tuesday, June 20th. Previous Bargain […]

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The Philadelphia Flyers Would Benefit From a Kevin Hayes Buyout

With Daniel Briere taking over in Philly, the Flyers are in full rebuild mode. We have already seen the beginning with Provorov being dealt to the Blue Jackets, and now Carter Hart has been at the top of the rumor mill. Although, some cold water was tossed on Hart being moved in the near term. […]

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Cam York skating for the Philidelphia Flyers

Briere Makes Decisions on Pending RFAs

This afternoon, the Flyers new GM, Daniel Briere, announced a plethora of decisions on the pending RFAs in the Flyers organization. Received Qualifying Offers No Qualifying Offer Due to his current predicament in Russia, Ivan Fedotov’s rights would be retained through the 2023-24 season. Related Post: The Flyers Should Stick with Hart in Goal Briere […]

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Flyers Goaltender Carter Hart Skating in Pre-Game Warm-Ups

Should the Leafs Trade for Flyers Carter Hart?

After the Philadelphia Flyers made a trade last week involving Ivan Provorov, even more trade talk started to rise over in Philadelphia after The Fourth Periods David Pagnotta’s tweet about Flyers current goaltender Carter Hart. The official tweet by David said, “The Flyers are also working in a trade involving goalie Carter Hart. It’s not […]

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A Red-Hot Goaltender Market

The free agency period is less than a month away; teams can make massive improvements or risk anchoring themselves with an albatross of a contract through free agency. Not every year, you can sift through goaltenders and see multiple top goaltenders available through the free agency market. It’s also not every year when multiple established […]

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The Flyers Should Stick with Hart in Goal

The Philadelphia Flyers do not have a good track record when it comes to goaltenders. This franchise has gone through a boatload of masked men. Bernie Parent is the only Flyers goaltender to win the Stanley Cup, something he did back-to-back in 1974 and 1975 while also earning back-to-back Conn Smythe Trophies as the league’s […]

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Sully Gets 400th Career Win In Penguins 5-1 Win Over Rival Flyers

The Pittsburgh Penguins defeated the Philadelphia Flyers today 5-1 at PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh.  It was the Flyers’ first game with Daniel Briere as interim GM after firing Chuck Fletcher. Goalie Carter Hart made 27 saves, and forward Kieffer Bellows got the lone goal for the Flyers, who dropped to 24-31-11 and have lost […]

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From Bad To Vlad: NY Rangers Overcome Sluggish Performance To Defeat Flyers 3-2 In OT Thanks To Tarasenko’s Heroics

The NY Rangers found a way to overcome a sluggish first two periods to defeat the Philadelphia Flyers 3-2 in OT. But, on the eve of Patrick Kane’s debut with the team, it was their first big-time deadline acquisition (which seems like a lifetime ago), Vladimir Tarasenko, that flashed his star power with two assists […]

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Flyers Showing Signs of Life

It has been a long season for the Philadelphia Flyers. The team is currently (Thursday, January 12) seventh in the Metropolitan Division and 24th in the NHL with a 17-18-7 record and 41 points. The Flyers are also 25th in the league in goals scored (119 goals), 20th in goals against (135 goals against), 29th […]

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