Philadelphia Flyers head coach Alain Vignelt, dissatisfied with Carter Hart’s efforts, decided to put his young goalie aside until further notice.
Hart was the last of the goaltenders to play more than 10 games before the games on Monday in the National Hockey League (NHL). The 22-year-old averaged 4.04 goals and a save rate of .869 after 22 games.
Therefore, the pilot feels that Hart is unable to help the team. He will focus on training and will not be on the list Monday and Wednesday against Buffalo Sabers. Vignelt also began the process on Sunday, while the rest of the team enjoyed a day off.
“This is not a day off for Carter, it’s a working day,” Vignelt said in a video conference Monday. We were able to skate it [dimanche]. He was going to skate [lundi] Stay on the ice during and after the session. He trains with the team [mardi] And then stay. On Wednesday, he will do the same. “
“We will continue on this path for a while. He needs to work on his game. He has to work harder, he has to work better. I had a good conversation with him and [l’entraîneur des gardiens Kim Dillabaugh] About his training habits and my expectations about his ability to stop the puck. ”