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Carter Hart to start for Flyers at Lake Tahoe on Sunday

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Philadelphia Flyers goaltender Carter Hart will start against the Boston Bruins on Sunday at Lake Tahoe.

Hart missed his first opportunity to start in an outdoor game at the 2019 Stadium Series. He played through an injury in the game prior and aggravated it during practice at Lincoln Financial Field.

This time, he’s healthy and ready to go.

Carter Hart has been up and down this season between the pipes. He went 2-2-1 with a .880 save percentage in his first five games, ending with his stick being broken over the crossbar after a blowout loss.

However, in his last five games, he is 3-0-2 with a .922 save percentage. That includes a 31-save performance in Thursday night’s 3-2 shootout loss to the New York Rangers.

It’s going to be an uphill battle for Carter Hart and the Flyers. The six regulars on the COVID Protocol list are unavailable for the game. The Flyers’ shorthanded lineup had a tough time scratching out a point against a lackluster Rangers squad. The Bruins are a completely different animal.

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The Flyers have yet to beat the Bruins in four games this season. In fact, four of the Flyers’ six losses – and two of their three regulation losses – came at the hands of the Bruins.

The Bruins are coming off one of their worst losses of the year, however, which could be a good or bad thing. On one hand, they could be just as disorganized and sloppy as the Flyers. On the other, they could come out extra motivated to prove themselves on a national stage.

We’ll see what happens on Sunday afternoon. The game has been moved up an hour due to the weather forecast, making it a 2 p.m. EST (11 a.m. local time) start.


Photo Credit: Heather Barry Images

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Ryan is a proud graduate of Monmouth University. He has covered the Philadelphia Flyers for the better part of a decade at various outlets, including Sons of Penn and Broad Street Hockey. Ryan has also worked for NHL.com and NBC Sports Regional Networks. Whether it's a GIF, quick stat, analysis, or long-form column, he's got you covered.

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