BREAKING: The Philadelphia Flyers Officially Remove Carter Hart From Roster

Published February 1, 2024 at 2:24 PM

Earlier this week, disturbing news surfaced as Carter Hart of the Philadelphia Flyers, along with four other players, faced charges from London Police regarding an alleged incident at a 2018 Hockey Canada gala.

In light of the serious allegations, the Philadelphia Flyers have taken swift action by removing Hart from their roster, as indicated by CapFriendly's update:

"Philadelphia #LetsGoFlyers have moved goaltender Carter Hart to non-roster."

The NHL's CBA, under section 16.12, allows for a non-roster designation for reasons other than injury or illness. The timeline for this designation is not constrained by a specific limit and awaits approval or disapproval from Central Registry and/or Commissioner Gary Bettman.


More details surrounding the London Police investigation are anticipated to unfold during a press conference scheduled for Monday, February 5th, at 2 p.m. ET. The league and fans are bracing for further updates on this distressing situation.

Source: Bladeofsteel
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