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,
Tuesday night gave us five games as the National Hockey League is nearing their All-Star break. After tonight’s games, there will be no games until Monday evening. Last night, we saw a shutout in Philadelphia and a big performance on Broadway. Plus, an All-Star is looking to get a new contract with his current team.
Scouting the Chicago Blackhawks and Dallas Stars Charlie Roumeliotis: Montreal Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin in was in Chicago watching the Blackhawks-Stars on Tuesday night. Bergevin has also been spotted watching the Blackhawks farm team in Rockford a few times this season as well. San Jose Sharks mailbag Kevin Kurz of The Athletic: (mailbag) Don’t think
Monday night was a rather light schedule in the National Hockey league with just two games on the docket. However, those contests did provide us with some great saves. Plus, we will take a look at some top-notch goaltending in Philadelphia and a shutout that proved something get better with age. Kuemper & Demko Provide