MAJOR: Carter Hart Breaks His Silence on the 2018 World Juniors Scandal

Published January 31, 2024 at 1:14 PM

After Alex Formenton, Michael McLeod, Dillon Dube, and Cal Foote, now Carter Hart, who is currently charged due to his involvement in the infamous 2018 Team Canada junior scandal, finally breaks his silence and comments on his situation.

Indeed, the firm Savard Foy LLP, which represents the Philadelphia Flyers' goaltender in this matter, confirmed the accusations faced by their client, adding that he is innocent.

His lawyers, Megan Savard and Riaz Sayani, specifically indicated that Hart will provide no further comment until the trial.

"We represent Carter Hart and confirm that he has been charged with s**** a****. He is innocent and will provide a full response to this false allegation in the appropriate forum, a court. In the meantime, we have no further comment." - Megan Savard and Riaz Sayani

While a resolution in this case seemed never to come, everything is unfolding very quickly at the moment and more information should be revealed at the London police press conference next Monday.

It should be noted that the five players involved in this story have claimed their innocence, mentioning that they will not comment on their situation until they are in court.

Certainly, Gary Bettman will have no choice but to address the subject soon, otherwise the NHL will be severely criticized by hockey fans.

At 25 years old, Carter Hart has played the last six seasons with the Philadelphia Flyers, recording a record of 96 wins, 93 losses, and 29 overtime losses, with a goals-against average of 2.94 and a save percentage of 0.906.
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MAJOR: Carter Hart Breaks His Silence on the 2018 World Juniors Scandal

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