Category: Local Sports
Written by Cody Janzen
Philadelphia Flyers' second round draft pick in 2016 stopped by the Fort.
Sherwood Park's Carter Hart, a former Fort Saskatchewan Bantam AAA Ranger was at the Dow Centennial Centre on Thursday (Aug.9) training the next generation of goaltenders.
The 19-year-old was on the ice during Fort Hockey Development's summer camp.
"It's fun coming out here and helping the kids out. I haven't been out in the Fort in a while, but being back in the rink is just fun."
Hart took part in the camps run by Brett Cox and Levi Lypka when he was younger.
"I just want to be out here as they're trying to learn and get better. It's a lot of fun teaching some of the young goalies," added Hart.
Carter Hart helping out at Fort Hockey Development's summer camp.
Hart has won a World Junior gold medal, Ivan Hlinka Memorial gold medal, CHL Goaltender of the Year (x2) and Del Wilson Trophy (x3).
This year's summer camp included the help of former Fort McMurray Oil Baron captain Brandon Ralph and Washington Capitals' draft pick Eric Florchuk.