Another big step for a Philadelphia Flyers prospect. Goaltender Cart Hart has been selected to Team Canada’s World Junior Hockey camp. He is one of 32 players fighting for a spot on a 22-man roster.
One. Step. Closer.
— Hockey Canada (@HockeyCanada) December 6, 2017
Last season, Hart and defenseman Philippe Myers were invited to camp and eventually made the tournament roster. Hart’s Canada team eventually lost to Team USA in the finals. Hart recorded a shutout in Canada’s opening pre-tournament game and was perfect in his relief appearance during Canada’s semifinal win over Felix Sandstrom and Team Sweden. The emotional Hart poured his heart and soul into Canada’s tournament run, which ended in a shootout loss to Team USA. The raw emotion from a goaltender working his way to becoming a household name will really get to you.
— rere (@morielIy) January 6, 2017
Hart will look to be the difference in net for Canada as they try to win it all this season. He will have his chance at revenge on December 29 when Canada takes on the Unites States. Congrats, Carter, and goodluck!
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