Last Game
Fri, Apr 29
vs Ottawa Senators (33-42-7)
  • Wells Fargo Center
4
Final
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Eastern Metropolitan Standings

Team W-L-OTL Pts
54-20-8 116
52-24-6 110
46-25-11 103
44-26-12 100
37-35-10 84
37-38-7 81
27-46-9 63
25-46-11 61

2021 Goaltending

STATS W
Wins
L
Losses
OTL
Overtime Loss
GAA
Goals Against Average
SV%
Saves Percentage
SO
Shutout
Regular Season 13 24 7 3.16 .905 1

Top Carter Hart News

  • Flyers' Carter Hart: Officially done for the year

    Hart (lower body) won't return this season, Jordan Hall of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.

    The Flyers were eliminated from playoff contention over three weeks ago, so there's no need for them to rush Hart back before he's fully healthy. Hart will finish the season having gone 13-24-7 while posting a 3.16 GAA and a .905 save percentage through 45 appearances. The 23-year-old netminder will remain Philadelphia's No. 1 option in goal in 2022-23.

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  • Flyers' Carter Hart: Season could be over

    According to coach Mike Yeo, there's some concern surrounding Hart's (lower body) availability for the rest of the season, Jordan Hall of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.

    Hart is evidently dealing with a new lower-body injury unrelated to the issue that sidelined him in late March. If he's unable to return this season, he'll finish the year having gone 13-24-7 while posting a 3.16 GAA and a .905 save percentage. For the time being, Martin Jones and Felix Sandstrom will operate as Philadelphia's top-two netminders.

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  • Flyers' Carter Hart: Doubtful for Wednesday

    Hart (lower body) is considered doubtful for Wednesday's game versus the Rangers, Bill Meltzer of NHL.com reports.

    Hart was injured early in Tuesday's game, and it appears he'll be forced to miss time. With the Flyers far out of the playoff race, it's unclear if Hart will be pushed to return with nothing to play for in the rest of the campaign.

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  • Flyers' Carter Hart: Hurt in first period

    Hart (lower body) won't return to Tuesday's game versus the Capitals.

    Hart appeared to be favoring his right leg during the period, and he didn't stay in the game in the second. Hart allowed three goals on 10 shots prior to his exit, and Martin Jones came on in relief. More information on Hart's status should surface before Wednesday's game versus the Rangers.

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  • Flyers' Carter Hart: Gets starting nod Tuesday

    Hart will be between the pipes against the Capitals on the road Tuesday, Sam Carchidi of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

    Hart remained stuck in a four-game losing streak during which he posted a 4.80 GAA and .861 save percentage. In 44 outings this year, Hart has managed just 13 wins and will likely fail to reach the 20-win mark for the second consecutive campaign. Still, the 23-year-old has two years left on the contract he signed back in August and will likely enter the 2022-23 campaign as the presumptive starter.

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  • Flyers' Carter Hart: Personal losing streak continues

    Hart allowed three goals on 29 shots in Tuesday's 4-2 loss to the Blue Jackets.

    Hart took his fourth consecutive regulation loss despite his team's 49-30 edge in shots, as Justin Danforth broke a 2-2 tie with 6:44 to go before Columbus added an empty-netter. Martin Jones has been the superior option in Philadelphia's net recently, but a Flyers team with its eye on the future will likely continue to ride the 23-year-old Hart over the 32-year-old Jones down the stretch. Both goalies will be fighting uphill battles nearly every time out, though, so fantasy managers are better off looking elsewhere on most nights.

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  • Flyers' Carter Hart: Tending twine Tuesday

    Hart will defend the cage at home against Columbus on Tuesday, Sam Carchidi of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

    Hart has given up four or more goals in six of his last seven outings, including conceding 12 goals in his last two contests. At this point, with nothing to play for, the Flyers will likely continue to divide the workload between Hart and Martin Jones in the hope that Hart can rediscover his game and end the season on a high note.

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  • Flyers' Carter Hart: Third period collapse

    Hart made 22 saves in Saturday's 6-3 loss to Toronto.

    Hart had missed one game due to an undisclosed injury, and was actually pretty dialled in against a tough Leafs' team. The game was tied 2-2 heading into the third period, but then Auston Matthews wired a one-timer past him at the 7:41 mark of the third and Pierre Engvall scored a shortie at 11:43. Hart's teammates got one back, but then Morgan Rielly put in a rebound and John Tavares finished off a rush from the right circle. The whole team imploded a bit in the third, and Hart has now lost three straight games. Weigh your matchups carefully as the games get tighter -- Philly is just a tough play.

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  • Flyers' Carter Hart: Taking on Toronto

    Hart will defend the blue paint during Saturday's home game versus the Maple Leafs.

    Hart was tested early and often in his last start March 25 versus the Avalanche, and he wasn't quite up to the task, surrendering six goals on 51 shots en route to a 6-3 loss. He'll try to snap his personal two-game losing streak in a tough home matchup with a hot Toronto team that's won four of its last five contests.

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  • Flyers' Carter Hart: Returns to practice

    Hart (undisclosed) returned to practice Friday and is expected to get a start over the weekend, Sam Carchidi of Philly Hockey Now reports.

    It remains to be seen whether Hart will get the nod at home against the Maple Leafs on Saturday or at Madison Square Garden against the Rangers on Sunday. He'll split those starts with Martin Jones, and Hart's next appearance will be his first since he was shelled for six goals by the Avalanche on March 25.

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  • Flyers' Carter Hart: Not starting Tuesday

    Hart will not be in action versus Minnesota on Tuesday due to a nagging undisclosed injury, Jessi Pierce of NHL.com reports.

    Despite previous reports, it appears Hart will not be an option for Tuesday's clash with the Wild. In his last six contests, the 23-year-old netminder is 2-3-1 with a 3.99 GAA. Depending on the severity of his injury, Hart could still be in the crease against Toronto on Saturday thanks to the extra rest time.

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  • Flyers' Carter Hart: Between pipes Tuesday

    Hart will be in the crease Tuesday in Minnesota, Sam Carchidi of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

    Hart has been quite porous of late, allowing 30 goals over his last eight games in a span that's amounted to a 3-4-1 record, .899 save percentage and 3.76 GAA. Things likely won't get much easier against a Wild team that's 23-7-1 at home and on a six-game winning streak.

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  • Flyers' Carter Hart: Faces barrage in loss

    Hart allowed six goals on 51 shots in Friday's 6-3 loss to the Avalanche.

    As expected, Hart and the Avalanche had a tough time dealing with one of the NHL's top offenses. Hart allowed four goals in the first period, which was too steep a deficit for the Flyers to overcome. The 23-year-old is down to 13-21-7 with a 3.04 GAA and a .909 save percentage in 42 appearances. The road trip continues in Nashville on Sunday.

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  • Flyers' Carter Hart: Fighting uphill battle Friday

    Hart will start Friday's game in Colorado, Sam Carchidi of Philly Hockey Now reports.

    Hart watched Martin Jones beat the Blues on Thursday, but matching that effort won't be easy against an Avalanche team that tops the league standings with 95 points in 64 games and ranks second offensively at 3.78 goals per game. Four of the last five teams to face Hart scored at least four goals against him, and that trend is likely to continue here.

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  • Flyers' Carter Hart: Takes loss in Detroit

    Hart allowed four goals on 29 shots in Tuesday's 6-3 loss to the Red Wings.

    Detroit tacked on two empty-netters at the end to make the score look uglier than it actually was. Then again, the Red Wings led it 3-0 and never trailed, so it was pretty ugly for the Flyers anyway. Wins will be even harder to come by for Hart after Philadelphia sold off some pieces at the trade deadline. This loss dropped his record to 13-20-7.

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  • Flyers' Carter Hart: In goal Tuesday

    Hart will guard the road goal Tuesday versus the Red Wings, Ansar Khan of MLive.com reports.

    Hart has won his last two starts over the Islanders and the Predators. He'll look to keep the momentum going in a fairly strong matchup against a poor Red Wings team that has scored 15 goals in its last six games.

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  • Flyers' Carter Hart: Sharp in Sunday's win

    Hart turned aside 26 shots in Sunday's 2-1 win over the islanders.

    The line of Kevin Hayes, Travis Konecny and Joel Farabee found the back of the net twice in the second period, and that was all the support Hart needed. The 23-year-old goalie is 3-1-1 over his last five starts, but his 2.94 GAA and .911 save percentage on the season remain shaky.

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  • Flyers' Carter Hart: Starting Sunday afternoon

    Hart will start Sunday's matinee against the visiting Islanders, Jordan Hall of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.

    Hart will be tasked with starting duty in the first game in the post-Claude Giroux era after the long-time captain was traded Saturday to Florida. The 23-year-old netminder has been far from great lately, allowing 13 goals over his last three games and struggling overall to the tune of a 12-19-7 record this season. The Islanders have averaged 3.09 goals for (14th overall) since Jan. 1

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  • Flyers' Carter Hart: In goal Thurday

    Hart will start Thurday's game against visiting Nashville, Jordan Hall of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.

    Hart has faced a ton of rubber lately, averaging 39.25 shots against in his last four games. He's given up 15 goals and has just one win over that stretch, so it's tough to recommend the 23-year-old and the struggling Flyers for fantasy purposes most nights. Nashville's 3.50 average goals for since Jan. 1 sits eighth overall in the league, and it's won five of the last six games.

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  • Flyers' Carter Hart: Helps pull out win

    Hart made 28 saves in a 5-4 win over Nashville on Thursday.

    The Flyers have been bad this season, but Hart has put up a reasonable season considering the chaos around him. Still, he's 3-5-2 over his last 10 starts and he's allowed four or more goals in six of those 10. Hart needs a more solid defense corps in front of him. Period.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-2, 181 lbs
Birthplace: Sherwood Park, AB
Age: 23
Experience: 3
Shoots: Left