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| image_caption=Carter with the [[Vancouver Canucks]] in [[2005–06 NHL season|2005]].
 
| image_caption=Carter with the [[Vancouver Canucks]] in [[2005–06 NHL season|2005]].
| played_for = [[Washington Capitals]]<br> [[Boston Bruins]]<br>[[Edmonton Oilers]] <br>[[New York Rangers]] <br>[[Los Angeles Kings]]<br> [[Vancouver Canucks]] <br> [[Columbus Blue Jackets]] <br>[[Carolina Hurricanes]] <br>[[HC Lugano]]
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| played_for = '''[[National League A|SUI]]'''<br>[[HC Lugano]]<br>'''[[National Hockey League|NHL]]''' <br> [[Carolina Hurricanes]] <br> [[Columbus Blue Jackets]] <br> [[Vancouver Canucks]] <br> [[Los Angeles Kings]] <br>[[Edmonton Oilers]] <br> [[New York Rangers]] <br> [[Boston Bruins]] <br> [[Washington Capitals]]<br>'''[[American Hockey League|AHL]]'''<br>[[Portland Pirates]]
| position = [[Winger (ice hockey)|Right wing]]
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| position = [[Winger (ice hockey)|Right Wing]]
 
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| shoots = Right
 
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| nationality = {{flagicon|CAN}} Canadian
| ntl_team = CAN
 
 
| birth_date = {{birth date and age|1974|6|6}}
 
| birth_date = {{birth date and age|1974|6|6}}
 
| birth_place = [[Toronto, Ontario|Toronto]], [[Ontario|ON]], [[Canada|CAN]]
 
| birth_place = [[Toronto, Ontario|Toronto]], [[Ontario|ON]], [[Canada|CAN]]
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| draft_team = [[Quebec Nordiques]]
 
| draft_team = [[Quebec Nordiques]]
 
| career_start = 1996
 
| career_start = 1996
| career_end = 2008
 
 
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'''Anson Carter''' (born June 6, 1974) is a retired [[Canadian]] professional [[ice hockey]] [[Winger (ice hockey)|right winger]] of [[Barbados|Barbadian]] descent who last played for [[HC Lugano]] in the [[Swiss]] [[National League A|Nationalliga A]]. In the past, he has played for eight different [[National Hockey League]] teams, most notably with the [[Boston Bruins]], [[Edmonton Oilers]] and [[Vancouver Canucks]]. He is also the founder of Big Up Entertainment, a record label specializing in hip hop music. He attended Agincourt Collegiate Institute.
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'''Anson Carter''' (born June 6, 1974) is a [[Canadian]] professional [[Winger |right winger]] who last played for [[HC Lugano]] in the [[Swiss]] [[National League A|Nationalliga A]]. In the past, he has played for eight different [[National Hockey League]] teams, most notably with the [[Boston Bruins]], [[Edmonton Oilers]] and [[Vancouver Canucks]].
   
 
==Playing career==
 
==Playing career==
Carter was drafted by the [[Quebec Nordiques]] in the [[1992 NHL Entry Draft]], 10th round, 220th overall, after playing AAA level hockey in the [[Greater Toronto Hockey League|Metro Toronto Hockey League]]. He went on to play four years at [[Michigan State University]], earning himself honours on the [[Central Collegiate Hockey Association|CCHA]] First All-Star Team in 1994 and 1995, Second All-Star Team in 1996, as well as the [[National Collegiate Athletics Association|NCAA]] West Second All-American Team in 1995.<ref>{{cite web|title=Anson Carter|url=http://www.nhl.com/nhl/app/?service=page&page=PlayerDetail&playerId=8459156}}</ref> On 3 April 1996, the Nordiques' successor, the [[Colorado Avalanche]], traded his rights to the [[Washington Capitals]] for a fourth-round pick in the [[1996 NHL Entry Draft]].
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Carter was drafted by the [[Quebec Nordiques]] in the [[1992 NHL Entry Draft]], 10th round, 220th overall, after playing AAA level hockey in the [[Greater Toronto Hockey League|Metro Toronto Hockey League]]. He went on to play four years at [[Michigan State University]], earning himself honours on the [[Central Collegiate Hockey Association|CCHA]] First All-Star Team in 1994 and 1995, Second All-Star Team in 1996, as well as the [[National Collegiate Athletics Association|NCAA]] West Second All-American Team in 1995. On 3 April 1996, the Nordiques' successor, the [[Colorado Avalanche]], traded his rights to the [[Washington Capitals]] for a fourth-round pick in the [[1996 NHL Entry Draft]].
   
 
Carter made his professional début in [[1996–97 NHL season|1996–97]], splitting his time with the Capitals and their [[American Hockey League]] affiliate, the [[Portland Pirates]], before being traded to the [[Boston Bruins]] on March 1, 1997. As part of a blockbuster deal, Carter was sent with [[Jason Allison]], [[Jim Carey (ice hockey)|Jim Carey]], a conditional pick in the [[1998 NHL Entry Draft|1998 draft]] and a third-round pick in the [[1997 NHL Entry Draft|1997 draft]] to the Bruins for [[Adam Oates]], [[Bill Ranford]], and [[Rick Tocchet]].
 
Carter made his professional début in [[1996–97 NHL season|1996–97]], splitting his time with the Capitals and their [[American Hockey League]] affiliate, the [[Portland Pirates]], before being traded to the [[Boston Bruins]] on March 1, 1997. As part of a blockbuster deal, Carter was sent with [[Jason Allison]], [[Jim Carey (ice hockey)|Jim Carey]], a conditional pick in the [[1998 NHL Entry Draft|1998 draft]] and a third-round pick in the [[1997 NHL Entry Draft|1997 draft]] to the Bruins for [[Adam Oates]], [[Bill Ranford]], and [[Rick Tocchet]].
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After spending several seasons with the Bruins, Carter was dealt along with a conditional pick in the [[2003 NHL Entry Draft|2003 draft]] a first- and a second-round pick in the [[2001 NHL Entry Draft|2001 draft]] to the [[Edmonton Oilers]] for [[Bill Guerin]] and a first-round pick in the [[2001 NHL Entry Draft|2001 draft]]. In his second season with Edmonton, Carter would record career-highs in assists (32) and points (60). However, he was still deemed expendable, and was traded once again to the [[New York Rangers]] along with [[Ales Pisa]] for [[Radek Dvořák]] and [[Cory Cross]] on March 11, 2003.
 
After spending several seasons with the Bruins, Carter was dealt along with a conditional pick in the [[2003 NHL Entry Draft|2003 draft]] a first- and a second-round pick in the [[2001 NHL Entry Draft|2001 draft]] to the [[Edmonton Oilers]] for [[Bill Guerin]] and a first-round pick in the [[2001 NHL Entry Draft|2001 draft]]. In his second season with Edmonton, Carter would record career-highs in assists (32) and points (60). However, he was still deemed expendable, and was traded once again to the [[New York Rangers]] along with [[Ales Pisa]] for [[Radek Dvořák]] and [[Cory Cross]] on March 11, 2003.
   
At the completion of the [[2002–03 NHL season|2002–03 season]], Carter played for [[Canada national men's ice hockey team|Team Canada]] in the [[2003 Men's World Ice Hockey Championships|2003 World Championships]]. Over 14 minutes into the first overtime of the gold medal game against [[Sweden national men's ice hockey team|Sweden]], Carter beat Swedish goaltender [[Mikael Tellqvist]] with a wraparound goal. The goal was contested for several minutes before replays confirmed that Tellqvist had stopped the puck behind the goal line. It was Canada's first World Championship win in five years.<ref>{{cite news|title=Canada beats Sweden to win world title|url=http://www.usatoday.com/sports/olympics/winter/2003-05-11-world-hockey_x.htm|accessdate=2008-10-27|date=2003-05-11|publisher=''[[USA Today]]'' | first=Erica | last=Bulman}}</ref>
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At the completion of the [[2002–03 NHL season|2002–03 season]], Carter played for [[Canada national men's ice hockey team|Team Canada]] in the [[2003 Men's World Ice Hockey Championships|2003 World Championships]]. Over 14 minutes into the first overtime of the gold medal game against [[Sweden national men's ice hockey team|Sweden]], Carter beat Swedish goaltender [[Mikael Tellqvist]] with a wraparound goal. The goal was contested for several minutes before replays confirmed that Tellqvist had stopped the puck behind the goal line. It was Canada's first World Championship win in five years.
   
 
Lasting half a season with the Rangers, he was traded back to the Capitals on January 23, 2004 for [[Jaromír Jágr]]. His second go with the Capitals was even more short lived than his stint with New York, as he was flipped to the [[Los Angeles Kings]] for [[Jared Aulin]] just over a month later on March 8, 2004.
 
Lasting half a season with the Rangers, he was traded back to the Capitals on January 23, 2004 for [[Jaromír Jágr]]. His second go with the Capitals was even more short lived than his stint with New York, as he was flipped to the [[Los Angeles Kings]] for [[Jared Aulin]] just over a month later on March 8, 2004.
   
On August 16, 2005, Carter signed a one-year deal with the [[Vancouver Canucks]] as an unrestricted [[free agent]].<ref>{{cite web|title=Canucks sign Carter to one-year contract|url=http://www.covers.com/articles/articles.aspx?theArt=53161&tid=28&t=1|accessdate=2008-10-27|publisher=[[Associated Press]]}}</ref> He played in Vancouver on the second offensive line with identical twins [[Henrik Sedin|Henrik]] and [[Daniel Sedin]], where the trio were known colloquially as the "Brothers Line".<ref>{{cite web|title=Sedins debate pucks, bad habits, Mrs. Tiger Woods|url=http://sports.espn.go.com/nhl/columns/story?columnist=amber_david&id=2679145|accessdate=2008-09-25|publisher=ESPN}}</ref> He set a new career high in goals with 33, leading the team, and earned the Canucks' [[Most Exciting Player Award]]. However, he did not re-sign with the Canucks at the end of the season due to a contract dispute.
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On August 16, 2005, Carter signed a one-year deal with the [[Vancouver Canucks]] as an unrestricted free agent. He played in Vancouver on the second offensive line with identical twins [[Henrik Sedin|Henrik]] and [[Daniel Sedin]], where the trio were known colloquially as the "Brothers Line". He set a new career high in goals with 33, leading the team, and earned the Canucks' [[Most Exciting Player Award (Vancouver Canucks)|Most Exciting Player Award]]. However, he did not re-sign with the Canucks at the end of the season due to a contract dispute.
   
On September 13, 2006, Carter signed a one-year deal with the [[Columbus Blue Jackets]],<ref>{{cite news|title=Blue Jackets, with eye on Zherdev, sign veteran Carter|url=http://www.usatoday.com/sports/hockey/nhl/2006-09-13-carter-columbus_x.htm|accessdate=2008-10-27|date=2006-09-13|publisher=''USA Today'' | first=Kevin | last=Allen}}</ref> but was traded once again to the [[Carolina Hurricanes]] on February 23, 2007 for a fifth-round pick in the [[2008 NHL Entry Draft|2008 draft]].<ref>{{cite web|title=Hurricanes acquire winger Carter from Blue Jackets|url=http://www.thehockeynews.com/articles/5-Carolina-Hurricanes-acquire-winger-Anson-Carter-from-Columbus-Blue-Jackets.html|accessdate=2008-10-27|publisher=''[[The Hockey News]]''}}</ref>
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On September 13, 2006, Carter signed a one-year deal with the [[Columbus Blue Jackets]], but was traded once again to the [[Carolina Hurricanes]] on February 23, 2007 for a fifth-round pick in the [[2008 NHL Entry Draft|2008 draft]].
   
In September 2007, Carter rejoined the Edmonton Oilers on a try-out basis during their training camp, and played one exhibition game before being released on October 2, 2007.<ref>{{cite news|title=Edmonton Oilers Transactions|url=http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/hockey/nhl/teams/oilers/transactions.html | work=CNN | accessdate=April 25, 2010}}</ref> Without an NHL job, on November 5, Carter joined [[HC Lugano]] of the [[Switzerland|Swiss]] [[National League A|Nationalliga A]].
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In September 2007, Carter rejoined the Edmonton Oilers on a try-out basis during their training camp, and played one exhibition game before being released on October 2, 2007. Without an NHL job, on November 5, Carter joined [[HC Lugano]] of the [[Switzerland|Swiss]] [[National League A|Nationalliga A]].
   
==Big Up Entertainment==
 
Carter founded the Big Up Entertainment label in March 2005. The label's first release was from [[Richmond, Virginia]] natives Main & Merc. Big Up Entertainment hopes to release apparel and movies in addition to music.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/page3/story?page=mcintyre/nhlstories/051006 |title =Life off the Ice|publisher =[[ESPN.com]]| accessdate =2010-08-29|date=2005-10-07|first=Doug|last=McIntyre}}<!--(Archived by WebCite at http://www.webcitation.org/5sNikeyMA)--></ref>
 
 
Carter, who is now living in [[Atlanta]], [[Georgia (U.S. state)|Georgia]], has been mentioned to be part of a group who is making enquiries about buying the [[Atlanta Thrashers]].<ref>http://www.edmontonjournal.com/sports/Hockey+World/4550412/story.html</ref>
 
   
 
==Career statistics==
 
==Career statistics==
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| ALIGN="center" | [[Michigan State University]]
 
| ALIGN="center" | [[NCAA]]
 
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|- ALIGN="center" bgcolor="#e0e0e0"
 
! colspan="3" | NHL totals
 
! colspan="3" | NHL totals
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==Awards and achievements==
 
==Awards and achievements==
*[[CCHA]] First All-Star Team - 1994
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*CCHA First All-Star Team - 1994
*CCHA First All-Star Team - 1995
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*CCHA First All-Star Team - 1995
*[[NCAA]] West Second All-American Team - 1995
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*NCAA West Second All-American Team - 1995
 
*CCHA Second All-Star Team - 1996
 
*CCHA Second All-Star Team - 1996
*[[Most Exciting Player Award]] ([[Vancouver Canucks]]) - [[2005–06 NHL season|2006]]
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*[[Most Exciting Player Award (Vancouver Canucks)|Most Exciting Player Award]] ([[Vancouver Canucks]]) - [[2005–06 NHL season|2006]]
   
 
==Transactions==
 
==Transactions==
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==International play==
 
==International play==
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{{MedalCountry | {{flagicon|CAN}} [[Canada national men's ice hockey team|Canada]] }}
 
{{MedalSport | Men's [[ice hockey]]}}
 
{{MedalCompetition| [[Ice Hockey World Championships|World Championships]]}}
 
{{MedalGold | [[2003 Men's World Ice Hockey Championships|2003]] | [[Finland]]}}
 
{{MedalGold | [[1997 Men's World Ice Hockey Championships|1997]] | [[Finland]]}}
 
{{MedalCompetition| [[World Junior Ice Hockey Championships|World Juniors]]}}
 
{{MedalGold | 1994 | [[Czech Republic]]}}
 
{{MedalBottom}}
 
   
 
Played for [[Canada national men's ice hockey team|Canada]] in:
 
Played for [[Canada national men's ice hockey team|Canada]] in:
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==References==
 
{{reflist}}
 
   
 
==External links==
 
==External links==
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*{{nhlprofile|8459156}}
 
*{{nhlprofile|8459156}}
 
*[http://www.bigupentertainment.com/home.cfm Big Up Entertainment official site]
 
*[http://www.bigupentertainment.com/home.cfm Big Up Entertainment official site]
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{{Wikipedia}}
   
 
{{DEFAULTSORT:Carter, Anson}}
 
{{DEFAULTSORT:Carter, Anson}}
 
[[Category:Born in 1974]]
 
[[Category:Born in 1974]]
 
[[Category:Boston Bruins players]]
 
[[Category:Boston Bruins players]]
[[Category:Canadian ice hockey players]]
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[[Category:Canadian hockey players]]
 
[[Category:Carolina Hurricanes players]]
 
[[Category:Carolina Hurricanes players]]
 
[[Category:Columbus Blue Jackets players]]
 
[[Category:Columbus Blue Jackets players]]
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[[Category:Vancouver Canucks players]]
 
[[Category:Vancouver Canucks players]]
 
[[Category:Washington Capitals players]]
 
[[Category:Washington Capitals players]]
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[[Category:Portland Pirates player]]
 
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[[Category:Utah Grizzlies player]]
{{Wikipedia}}
 
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[[Category:HC Lugano player]]

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