Flyers Rumors: Trade Candidate "Confident" He Will Be A Flyer Moving Forward

Despite the persistent trade rumors swirling around him during the offseason, Flyers goaltender Carter Hart maintains an unwavering belief in his future with the Philadelphia Flyers.

His resolute commitment to the team serves as a testament to his dedication, with Hart expressing confidence that he will continue to don the Flyers' jersey for the foreseeable future.

Even as he enters a pivotal contract year, he views the upcoming season as just another opportunity for personal growth and development, emphasizing his dedication to the Flyers' organization and fans.

Carter Hart's determination and unwavering loyalty bode well for both his own career and the Flyers' fortunes.

The 25-year-old's production has fallen off over the last few seasons, recording a .907 save percentage, 2.94 GAA, two shutouts and a 22-23-10 record last season over 55 games played.

As he prepares for the upcoming contract year, he remains focused on his growth as a Flyer and looks forward to contributing positively to the team's performance, reassuring fans about his future in Philadelphia.

Over his first two seasons in Philadelphia, Hart looked really solid, posting a .915 SV%, 2.59 GAA, one shutout, and an impressive 40-26-4 record across 74 games played.

His unwavering belief in his role with the team, even amidst offseason turmoil, sets a positive tone for the season ahead and reinforces his status as a cornerstone player for the Philadelphia Flyers.

Hart is a former second-round pick (48th overall) by the Flyers in the 2016 NHL Entry Draft.

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