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How Carter Hart’s Injury Impacts the Flyers’ Playoff Potential

The Philadelphia Flyers were dealt a significant blow shortly before the NHL’s All-Star break, as the team announced starting goaltender Carter Hart would miss two to three weeks with an abdominal strain. While injuries are never ideal, the timing of this one could be worse. Hart is only expected to miss four or five games, […] The post How Carter Hart’s Injury Impacts the Flyers’ Playoff Potential appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Broad Street Hockey Jan 17, 2020
Slap Shots: Flyers vs Canadiens

Slap Shots: Flyers vs Canadiens

Heather Barry - SB Nation NHL / Broad Street Hockey © Meh. The Philadelphia Flyers were back at the Wells Fargo Center trying time keep their winning streak alive against the Montreal Canadiens. They got out to an early lead as recently-recalled Joel Farabee ended a goal drought with just a minute left in the first period. That lead would last all but 20 seconds as the Canadiens jumped back on and tied the game. It wasn’t Alex Lyon’s best night, who was starting in place of injured Carter Hart. The Canadiens got to Lyon in a flash, capitalizing on breakdowns and scoring twice in 20...
Broad Street Hockey Jan 16, 2020
That was a damn good game

That was a damn good game

Photo by Tim Spyers/Icon Sportswire via A Jakub Voracek OT winner? In this economy? How’s that for a road win? Without Carter Hart and two regulars on the blue line, the Philadelphia Flyers took on the St. Louis Blues and came away with a pair of points thanks to Jakub Voracek’s tremendous overtime goal. Despite blowing a 3-1 lead in the third period and fighting against some interesting officiating last night, the Orange and Black capped off their four-game stretch against the top three teams and four of the top six teams in the standings with a win over the defending Stanley Cup...
Broad Street Hockey Jan 16, 2020
Thursday Morning Fly By: There we go

Thursday Morning Fly By: There we go

Photo by Tim Spyers/Icon Sportswire via Today’s open discussion thread, complete with your daily dose of Flyers news and notes… *A win on the road! Against one of the best teams in the league! Turning corners, baby. RECAP! *So... no Carter Hart for at least a couple of weeks. Not great. Not great at all. [NBC Sports Philly] *As a result of this injury and the subsequently required call-up, Chuck is having to shuffle bodies around to make the cap work. Such is life when you are up against it. Charlie spells out just how difficult it will be for the Flyers to improve the team at the...
Last Word on Hockey Jan 15, 2020
Philadelphia Flyers Carter Hart Out With Abdominal Injury

Philadelphia Flyers Carter Hart Out With Abdominal Injury

The Philadelphia Flyers have hit another bump in the road this season as goaltender Carter Hart will be out for several weeks with an abdominal strain. Hart last played on January 13th against the Boston Bruins, so it is likely the injury occurred in that game. Stephen Whyno of the Associated Press announced the injury earlier Wednesday. https://twitter.com/SWhyno/status/1217493066925400065 Carter Hart Out With Abdomen Injury Hart is having an average year for the Flyers. The 21-year-old has 15 wins in 29 stats with a .905 save percentage and 2.61 goals-against-average. He has handled the...
Sportsnet.ca Jan 15, 2020
Flyers goaltender Carter Hart out 2-3 weeks with abdominal strain

Flyers goaltender Carter Hart out 2-3 weeks with abdominal strain

Philadelphia Flyers goaltender Carter Hart is out two to three weeks with a right lower abdominal strain, the team announced on Wednesday. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Broad Street Hockey Jan 14, 2020
And you said Brad Marchand was a bad guy

And you said Brad Marchand was a bad guy

Photo by Drew Hallowell/ Postgame 1/13 Monday night’s game between the Boston Bruins and Philadelphia Flyers is a perfect example of why Brad Marchand is actually great for the league. After a crazy entertaining sixty-five minutes of hockey that saw the Flyers erase a 5-2 deficit to be one Marchand vs Carter Hart shootout attempt away from earning the game’s third point, and Marchand puts himself in contention for the Not Top 10 by over-skating the puck out of center ice, ending the game on a walk-off error. If any other player in the league, save Tom Wilson and maybe Matthew...
Broad Street Hockey Jan 13, 2020
Flyers battle all the way back, beat Bruins in shootout thanks to Brad Marchand gaffe

Flyers battle all the way back, beat Bruins in shootout thanks to Brad Marchand gaffe

Heather Barry | Heather Barry Travis Konecny was the only goal in the shootout, and Carter Hart turned everything aside on his end to get the extra point in a wild one from the Wells Fargo Center. After a shaky first shift in which the Flyers were flopping all over their own zone like a fish out of water, they settled down a bit trying to match the Bruins’ energy. But surviving the first shift wasn’t much to hang their hat on as the Flyers would surrender the first goal in bad fashion. Philippe Myers was dragged to the net and watched Anders Bjork slide the puck past Carter Hart to...
Broad Street Hockey Jan 12, 2020
Boring as hell (the game not the podcast)

Boring as hell (the game not the podcast)

Photo by Mitchell Leff/ Postgame 1/11 My god, what a boring damn game. Forget the 1-0 final score and the fact that the Philadelphia Flyers lost at home for only the second time since November 23, but it just seemed like nothing happened on Saturday night at the Wells Fargo Center. Considering the immense talent in the Tampa Bay Lightning’s lineup, it’s not like they made a ton happen, either, scoring only once on a weird play that saw Matt Niskanen try to bat down a floater, only for Patrick Maroon to block the volley and shovel the puck underneath Carter Hart for the game’s...
Broad Street Hockey Jan 12, 2020
Slap Shots: Flyers vs Lightning

Slap Shots: Flyers vs Lightning

Heather Barry - SB Nation NHL © #OskarStrong The Flyers were back in action Saturday night at the Wells Fargo Center against the red-hot Tampa Bay Lightning. Oskar Lindblom was in attendance after visiting the team this week. He was greeted with a standing ovation and extremely loud cheers. The game was tightly-contested. Good goaltending was the theme of the night for both teams, as Carter Hart and Andrei Vasilevskiy battled to keep the puck out of the net. Patrick Maroon would get the best of Hart, after a failed swat of the puck from Matt Niskanen led to the only goal of the...
Broad Street Hockey Jan 11, 2020
Recap: Flyers lose to Lightning in just their third regulation home loss of the season

Recap: Flyers lose to Lightning in just their third regulation home loss of the season

Photo by Mitchell Leff/ A boring game, and a loss, not a great combination! Three Stars 1. Carter Hart Hart was great in this game for the Flyers, and kept them in it when they didn’t deserve to be. He continues his stellar play at home in the friendly confines of the Wells Fargo Center, Although he doesn’t get the win in this game, he absolutely deserved it. 2. Sean Couturier Couturier was one of the better Flyers forwards in a game where really no one stood out. He was as strong as ever defensively, and was one of the best play-driving forwards on the team in this game, and...
Broad Street Hockey Jan 8, 2020
Recap: Flyers grab huge win vs. Capitals looking to right the ship

Recap: Flyers grab huge win vs. Capitals looking to right the ship

Photo by Len Redkoles/NHLI via This was a very huge win folks, you do indeed love to see it. Three Stars 1. Sean Couturier Couturier was a man possessed in this game. The Flyers’ number one center was a physical force in this game, and when he’s got the physical aspect going you know he’s cooking. His steal and pass to Travis Konecny for the game’s opening tally was a thing of beauty, and the epitome of what makes him such a great player. He was one of the top play-driving forwards as he typically is, only adding to his stellar effort. 2. Carter Hart Despite a shaky start, Hart...
The Hockey Writers Jan 8, 2020

Flyers Need Hart to Be Better on the Road

The story of Carter Hart, especially during the 2019-20 NHL season, is quickly becoming a dichotomy of two different goaltenders. A Vezina-calibre starter and an American Hockey League goalie seem to be interchanging between the Philadelphia Flyers’ home and away games. It started as a young goaltender’s adjustment to the speed of the NHL but […] The post Flyers Need Hart to Be Better on the Road appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Broad Street Hockey Jan 6, 2020
Monday Morning Fly By: Oh, Canada

Monday Morning Fly By: Oh, Canada

Photo by Norm Hall/NHLI via Today’s open discussion thread, complete with your daily dose of Flyers news and notes… *Another game out west, another loss. So it goes. Im the last game before coming back east, the Flyers dropped a big one on Arizona ice. This road trip couldn’t end soon enough. [BSH] *Carter Hart was, again, not very good in that game in Glendale. The Flyers’ success this season likely depends on his ability to figure out how to win on the road. [Inquirer] *In better news, Morgan Frost has been named to this year’s AHL All-Star game. Probably because he...
Broad Street Hockey Jan 5, 2020
Flyers can’t stop the bleeding in 6-2 loss at Coyotes

Flyers can’t stop the bleeding in 6-2 loss at Coyotes

Photo by Norm Hall/NHLI via Woooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooof. The Flyers allowed three first period goals and dug themselves a 4-0 hole before losing by a final of 6-2 against the Coyotes in Arizona on Saturday night. Tyler Pitlick and Justin Braun scored the only goals for the Flyers, which pretty much tells you all you need to know about how this one went offensively. As for defensively, they allowed five goals on 21 shots against a Coyotes team that absolutely nobody would mistake for the late 1980s Oilers. Carter Hart got yanked in the first period and Brian Elliott wasn’t...

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