Carter Hutton a Canadian goaltender born in Thunder Bay was called up to play for the Chicago Blackhawks where he made his first NHL start against the St Louis Blues on April 27th, 2013. Carter attended the University of Massachusetts Lowell and played 4 seasons with the University.
During his first season at college, he was signed by the Philadelphia Flyers in March 2010. He played 4 games for the Phantoms and stood in as the Flyers’ backup for numerous games. Before making his debut for Chicago in the NHL he was traded to San Jose in June 2010 but made no appearances. Throughout Carter’s time with the Blackhawks, he made his NHL debut and played only one game for the team although Chicago went on to win the Stanley Cup that year and collected his first ring. Carter signed with Nashville in July 2013 compiling a 3-0-0 record.
After 3 seasons with the Predators, he became a free agent and signed with St Louis to play with the team for 2 seasons leading the NHL in save percentage with a .931 and a goals-against average of 2.09. In 2018, Carter continued to navigate through the NHL signing with the Buffalo Sabres for 3 years, Arizona Coyotes.