Playoffs: Recorded a goal in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final vs. CHI... Had an assist in Game 2 against Chicago…Had 3 pts (1G,2A) in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals vs. Montréal … Had an assist in Game 2 vs. Montreal…Recorded 9 pts (3G,6A) - 2nd on Flyers, and 6A were T-1st in the Eastern Conference Semifinals vs. Boston… Had 1st career 3-point playoff game in Game 1…Recorded 8 pts (2G,6A) in Eastern Conference Quarterfinals vs. New Jersey… His 8 pts and 6 assists lead the team in the Devils series… Had 2 pts in 4 of the 5 games vs. NJ.
Regular Season: Finished first on the team in goals (33), shots (319 – 3rd in NHL), face off win percentage (52.4), tied for first in game-winning-goals (6) and second in points (61) and Flyers forwards in average time-on-ice (19:15)… Finished with 14 points (11G,3A) in his last 18… Suffered non-displaced fracture in left foot from a blocked shot vs. Atlanta on 3/21, which ended his 286 consecutive games played streak, ranking third in Flyers history… Had a six-game goal scoring streak, scoring seven goals, from 2/8-3/3 – new career high… Had a new career high of time-on-ice per game (27:14) at Atlanta on 11/28… Game on 3/5 at Buffalo
was his 277th consecutive game as a Flyer, surpassing Bob Clarke for 3rd in Flyers History & on 12/26 at Carolina was his 251st consecutive game as a Flyer, surpassing Brian Propp for 4th in Flyers History… Had a five-game point streak (8 pts - 4G,4A) to start the season (10/2-10/10). 2008-09: Recorded one goal and eight penalty minutes in six games of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals vs. Pittsburgh… Regular Season: Winner of the Toyota Cup as the Flyer who accumulated the most points associated with being selected as a
“Star of the Game.” Carter was named First Star 10 times, Second Star six times and Third Star five times for 73 points… Set career high in goals scored in a season (46), points in a season (84), assists in a season (38), shots in a season (342), point-scoring streak: 7 games (Oct. 18-Nov. 2, 10PTS, 7G,3A)… Set career highs in a single game in goals (3), points (4) and plus/minus (+5)… Was one of three players to appear in all 82 games (Knuble, Hartnell)... His five overtime points are a single-season record for a Flyers player and his three OT goals matches the club record set by defenseman Joni Pitkanen in 2005-06… Became the 13th
Flyer in franchise history to record 40 goals in a single season with his goal on Mar. 23 vs. Devils… Led the team in points (84), goals (46), power-play goals (13), game-winning goals (12), overtime goals (3), shots (342) and plus/minus (+23)... He tied for second on the team in shorthanded goals (4) and finished second among Flyers forwards in average ice time per game (20:57)... Recorded five goals and eight points in his last six games, and has posted at least a point in 10 of his last 14 games, recording 15 points (8G,7A)… Recorded four points (3G,1A), including his first career NHL hat trick , and was a +4 vs. Toronto on Apr. 3...
Appeared in his 300th game in the NHL on Mar. 29 vs. Bruins… Recorded his 100th assist as a Flyer on Mar. 26 vs. Florida… Recorded his 200th point as a Flyer on Mar. 10 vs. Buffalo… Posted three points (2G,1A) at Atlanta on Feb. 8… Led the team and tied for first in NHL in scoring for the month of December with 21 points (11G,10A) in 14 games... Was named ‘Second Star’ for the month and ‘Second Star’ for the week of Dec.15-Dec.21 for recording seven points (4G,3A) in four games... He recorded four points (2G,2A) and was a +5 (new career high) vs. Washington on Dec. 20... Posted three points (1G,2A) vs. Pittsburgh on Dec.
13… Posted three points (2G,1A) vs. Tampa Bay on Dec. 2… Recorded a five-game point streak (5G,3A) from Nov. 21-28... Scored shorthanded goals in back-to-back games (Oct. 18-22)… His 84 points mark the highest point total by a Flyer in a single season since Mark Recchi had 91 points in 1999-2000… 2007-08
Was one of only two players to play all 82 games this season (Knuble)…Set new career high for goals in a season and for points in a season…Was first on the team in shots with 260 (19th in the NHL)...Was tied for third on the team in goals (29) and game-winning goals (5)...Was scoreless at Toronto on March 11, ending his five-game point-scoring streak (6G,2A)...Game vs. Tampa Bay on Feb. 14 was his 200th career NHL game...Was scoreless vs. Florida on Jan. 16, ending his five-game point-scoring streak (4G,3A)...Was named First Star at Atlanta on Jan. 8 after scoring two goals...Carter's two goals scored 13 seconds apart at Atlanta on Jan. 8 were the second quickest pair of goals scored by a Flyer since Ron Flockhart scored two goals in eight seconds vs. St. Louis on Dec. 6, 1981...His assist at Tampa Bay on Dec. 29 was his 100th career NHL point...Was scoreless vs. New Jersey on Oct. 18, ending his career high four-game goal-scoring streak (4G).
2006-07: Set new career highs for shots in a game (12) at Boston on March 1...Was scoreless at Buffalo on Feb. 20, ending his five-game point-scoring streak (2G,6A)...Was scoreless at NY Rangers on Jan. 4, ending his six-game pointscoring streak (2G,4A - new career high for longest point-scoring streak)...Game at NY Islanders on Jan. 2 was his 100th career NHL game...Missed 20 games from Nov. 4 through Dec. 16 due to a fracture of the distal end of his left tibia sustained vs. Tampa Bay on Nov. 2…2005-06: Was tied for first on the team in game-winning goals with seven (tied for 11th in the NHL and tied for second among NHL rookies)...Was third on the team in goals with 23...Recorded 23 goals (tied for eighth among NHL rookies) and 19 assists for 43 points (11th among NHL rookies)…Missed game at St. Louis on Dec. 17 due to a left ear injury sustained vs. Vancouver on Dec. 15...Was named Second Star vs. NY Islanders on Nov. 10 after recording a goal and two assists (new career high for points in a game and his first multiple-assist game in the NHL)...Was named First Star vs. Washington on Nov. 3 after scoring two goals, including the game-winning goal and a shorthanded goal (his first multiple-point game in the NHL)...Scored his first career NHL goal vs. Florida on Oct. 27...Posted an assist vs. NY Islanders on Oct. 15, his first career NHL point, after being scoreless the first four games of the season...Played vs. NY Rangers on Oct. 5, his first career NHL game…Amateur Career: In four seasons with the Greyhounds (2001-02 through 2004-05), Carter registered 123 goals and 123 assists for 246 points and 133 penalty minutes in 236 regular season games and served as the Greyhounds’ captain for two seasons (2003-04 and 2004-05)…2004-05:Recorded 34 goals and 40 assists for 74 points and 40 penalty minutes in 55 regular season games for the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds of the Ontario Hockey League…Led the team in goals (tied for 12th in the OHL), points (tied for 18th in the OHL), plus/minus (+20) and power play goals (14) and was tied for first on the team in assists…Was named to the Ontario Hockey League All-Star Team for the second consecutive season (First Team following the 2004-05 season and Second Team following the 2003-04 season) and won the William Hanley Trophy as the OHL’s Most Sportsmanlike Player for the 2004-05 season…Won two categories ("Smartest Player" and "Hardest Shot") in the OHL 2004-05 Coaches Poll – Western Conference…At the conclusion of Sault Ste. Marie’s season, Carter joined the Flyers’ American Hockey League affiliate, the Philadelphia Phantoms…Posted an assist in three regular season games and 23 points (12G,11A) in 21 playoff games to help the Phantoms win the Calder Cup…His 23 points and 12 goals in the playoffs led the AHL…For the second consecutive year, Carter was named to the IIHF World Junior Championship All-Tournament Team…Posted 10 points (7G,3A) in six games as Canada won the tournament… 2003-04: Appeared in 12 playoff games for the Phantoms, registering five points (4G,1A)…Was named "fifth best player" across the Canadian Hockey League in Prospects Hockey’s "Top 35" Poll…Was named to the OHL’s Second All-Star Team…Was Sault Ste. Marie’s nominee for Red Tilson Trophy as most outstanding player in the OHL…Was first on team in goals (36, tied for 11th in the OHL), assists (30), points (66), power play goals (11) and shorthanded goals (6, tied for second in the OHL)…Was a member of Team Canada which captured the silver medal at the 2004 World Junior Championships…Was named to the All-Tournament Team after posting five goals and two assists for seven points in six games…Named "Smartest Player" in the OHL’s 2003-04 Coaches Poll - Western Conference…Played for the Western Conference in the 2004 OHL All-Star Classic…2002-03: Led the Greyhounds in goals (35) and points (71)…Was second on the team in assists with 36…Was a member of the gold medal-winning Team Canada at the 2003 Under-18 World Championships…Ranked 27th among North American prospects on Central Scouting’s final report…International Career: Was named to the IIHF World Junior Championship All-Tournament Team in 2004 and 2005…Posted 10 points (7G,3A) in six games as Canada won the 2005 Tournament… Won a silver medal as a member of Team Canada at the 2004 World Junior Championships in Finland…Posted five goals and two assists for seven points in six games in 2004…Was a member of the gold medal-winning Team Canada at the 2003 Under-18 World Championships in Russia.