Carter Hart already eying next playing destination?

Is this what's on deck for Hart?



Professional goaltender Carter Hart was removed from the roster of the Philadelphia Flyers after it came to light that he was among the players accused of sexual assault during the 2018 World Junior Championship; the other players are Dillon Dubé, Cal Foote, Alex Formenton, and Michael McLeod. 

They have each been charged with one count of sexual assault following an incident at a hotel in London, Ontario, in June 2018. They are all also no longer playing as they await trial in Canada; they're also not allowed to leave the country. 

But could Hart, who was once seen as Philadelphia's long-awaited true No. 1 goaltender, be eying his next potential playing destination? 

Don't be surprised to eventually see him resurface overseas in Russia:

Hart had been playing in the final season of a three-year, $11.937 million contract and was set to become an unrestricted free agent at the end of the current campaign; the Flyers have been granted salary cap relief from his salary. 

In late January, Hart was granted an indefinite leave of absence from the Flyers, citing personal reasons. 

Prior to his leave of absence, Hart complied a record of 12-9-3 with a goals against average of 2.80 and save percentage of .906 with a single shutout. He owns a 96-93-29 record with a 2.94 goals against average, .906 save percentage and six shutouts. 

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