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BOSTON — Ask Anson Carter who he’s rooting for in the Stanley Cup Final between the Boston Bruins and St. Louis Blues and you’ll get a diplomatic answer.

“I’m Switzerland,” he said.

Carter, an NBC hockey analyst and former NHL forward, is a neutral party in the Final despite playing four of his 11 NHL seasons for the Bruins and bumping into former Boston teammates and prominent alumni in the corridors of TD Garden.

“I really try hard to separate myself from former Boston Bruins alumni/fan to someone who’s supposed to look at the game and call the game from both sides,” Carter said. “I keep having to remind myself that there’s two teams out there. I try to look at the game from both teams’ perspectives.”

But that doesn’t absolve Carter from the analyst’s task of predicting a winner in the best-of-7 series that’s tied and resumes with Game 5 in Boston on Thursday (8 p.m. ET; NBC, CBC, SN, TVAS). He picked the Blues to win in six or seven games.

“I didn’t think it would be easy,” Carter said. “I thought both teams would have the ability to throw that first punch and I also thought that both teams have that ability to respond. It’s like a heavyweight fight. Each team is a mirror image of one another. It’s really going to come down to who gets a lucky break and which goalie (Boston’s Tuukka Rask or St. Louis’ Jordan Binnington) cracks first.”

Carter’s prediction is business, not personal. He is fond of Boston. He had 143 of his 421 NHL points (202 goals, 219 assists) with the Bruins, met his wife in the city and began growing the dreadlocks that famously flowed from his helmet here.