Philadelphia Flyers goalie prospect Carter Hart made 23 saves to backstop the Everett Silvertips to a 5-0 win against the Vancouver Giants. It’s Hart’s seventh shutout this season and 26th of his career, tying the WHL record for most shutouts.
Hart had four shutouts in 2014-15, six in 2015-16, nine last season, and now has seven shutouts in just 29 games this season for a total of 26 in 178 games.
Hart continues to impress in his final WHL season. He has been named the WHL Goalie of the Week several times, and is the reigning WHL Goalie of the Month as well. He leads the WHL with an insane 1.53 goals against average, .952 save percentage, and seven shutouts.
Hart has a 22-4-1-2 record on the season, which means he has as many shutouts as overall losses this year. That is bonkers.
Congrats Carter, I’m sure it won’t be too long before the record is broken with shutout number 27.
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