Picture of Carter Hart. Will the Senators make a trade for Hart?
The Ottawa Senators are looking for a franchise goalie and they have their sights set on Philadelphia Flyers goalie Carter Hart.

The Ottawa Senators will be seeking a goalie this offseason as Cam Talbot will not be back with the team.

The Senators would love to make a trade for John Gibson but they just cannot afford to take on his salary. ($6.4 million for the next four years)

NHL trade rumors are making the rounds that the Sens have interest in Philadelphia Flyers goalie Carter Hart.

Will the Ottawa Senators make a Carter Hart trade?

The Philadelphia Flyers are in rebuild mode and they have let teams know Carter Hart is available for the right price. Hart would be a great fit for an Ottawa Senators team who are looking to be a playoff contenders next year.

The problem with acquiring Hart this offseason is the price. Flyers management will be asking a lot for Hart who is only 24 years old and makes a very affordable $3.979 million.

The Sens are likely giving up a first round pick and a top prospect to acquire a franchise goalie.

Hart was drafted 48th overall by the Philadelphia Flyers in the 2nd round of the 2016 NHL entry draft. Currently over a career that spans 5 seasons, he has a total of 201 games played and 14 playoff games played.

What are Senators fans saying about a potential Carter Hart trade?

Easy. Carter Hart straight up for Alex DeBrincat.

Signing Ilya Samsonov will be cheaper than making a trade for Carter Hart. The Flyers will wants a 1st rd pick and a young roster player.

The Flyers are going to make some very unexpected aggressive moves and Carter Hart will be part of those moves.

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