Former Wild Forward Ryan Carter on Retirement, What's Next, etc.

December 05, 2017 09:20 PM

Minnesota is the state of hockey, and many natives have made it to the NHL. But only 30 can say they have their name on Lord Stanley's Cup. One of those 30 is White Bear Lake native Ryan Carter. Darren 'Doogie' Wolfson recently caught up with him.

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Carter, 34, played 10-years in the NHL with five teams, including the Wild. A native of White Bear Lake, Carter starred in college at Minnesota-State Mankato.

Carter retired before this season, and now is going back to school to finish his degree. He also found a little free time to play pick-up hockey, and it was great.

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