|The Associated Press|
For Carter he is hoping to get his name on the world's most famous trophy for the second time, having won it with the Anaheim Ducks in 2008. As I've pointed out several times, Carter was a bit player that season, getting just 2:45 of ice time in the finals — enough to get his name on the trophy and his day with the Cup, which he brought to Mankato for a few hours (he also took it to St. Paul and his hometown of White Bear Lake that day).
Despite being a fourth-liner, Carter has been much more of a factor in the playoffs this season. He has four goals, including three against the Rangers, the Devils' arch rival. He also has two assists and is +6 in 17 playoff games.