It’s been a frustrating year for Philadelphia Flyers goaltender Carter Hart and it will ultimately end in very fitting fashion. The 22-year-old will miss the remainder of the season with an MCL sprain, the team announced on Thursday morning. Hart has been out of action since April 15th with a knee injury. This in itself […]Read more "Instant analysis: Carter Hart to miss the rest of 2020-21 campaign with MCL sprain"
After a dismal month of March that saw the Flyers lose 10 of their 17 games played, it felt like nothing could stop the bleeding. They sat fifth in the Mass Mutual Eastern Division standings and after a quiet trade deadline passed them by, Alain Vigneault was left to shuffle his deck over and over in the […]Read more "The Flyers are getting close to the team they once were, but is it close enough?"
The Flyers need to start what could be the most important week of their season with a victory against the Bruins in Boston tonight. The Bruins currently lead the Flyers by four points in the last playoff spot of the division. This marks the first of five games in a seven-day stretch, three of which […]Read more "Flyers look to start their most important week of the season with a win"
While the Philadelphia Flyers did lose in a shootout to the New York Islanders, they did find themselves (and a point towards the standings). Pyrrhic victories don’t count for anything towards the Mass Mutual Eastern Division standings. However, it’s inaccurate to say the Philadelphia Flyers didn’t play better on Saturday than they did all of […]Read more "The Flyers Found Some Important Pieces In Loss Against Islanders"
The Flyers’ recent first-round draft picks are making headlines. First, 2019 first-round pick, Cam York, made news by signing a three-year entry-level contract. Afterward, 2020 first-round selection Tyson Foerster said “hold my beer!” As we wait to see when York makes his professional debut with the Lehigh Valley Phantoms, Foerster was leading the Phantoms to […]Read more "Flyers Prospects: Tyson Foerster is starting to heat up with the Phantoms"
A victory against the New York Islanders meant more than two points in the standings. It meant the Philadelphia Flyers can defeat the elite. Despite blowing a lead, the Flyers were able to win the game 4-3 over the Islanders. The game-winning scorer put it straight forward himself as well: “We found a way to […]Read more "Flyers’ Win Over Islanders Means More Than Just Two-Points"
The Philadelphia Flyers are a perplexing team to watch right now. For the second game in a row, they attempted a late surge to save an embarrassing defeat, only to fall just shy of the mark. That 5-4 loss to the Capitals acted as a microcosm for the season so far. A game filled with […]Read more "Do Flyers need to bring in reinforcements ahead of the trade deadline?"
Philadelphia fans have a knack for reacting rashly to their sports teams. Flyers goaltender Carter Hart doesn’t deserve the paranoia. Jason Myrtetus said it eloquently in one tweet. “Success as a pro is not a straight line.” Philadelphia fans naturally dismiss context en route to a typical allergic reaction. Previously, it was Carson Wentz, but […]Read more "Contextualizing the criticism of Flyers goalie Carter Hart"
A day after Brian Elliott shuts out the Buffalo Sabres, the Philadelphia Flyers do it again with Carter Hart. Yesterday, the Buffalo Sabres were without Jack Eichel. His absence hurt the Sabres’ powerplay as they couldn’t convert against one of the worst penalty kill units in the league. The Philadelphia Flyers secured their second shutout […]Read more "Flyers shut out the Sabres as Carter Hart picks up where Elliott left off"
Lake Tahoe wasn’t kind to the Flyers, but it was especially cruel to goaltender Carter Hart. There was naturally a surge in criticism following last night’s 7-3 loss, but is there really a reason to be concerned? In what was his worst statistical outing since the 4th game of last season, Hart surrendered six total […]Read more "Carter Hart and his rocky start aren’t as worrying as you might think"