WHITE BEAR LAKE, Minn. - Some of Wild goalie Josh Harding's teammates showed their support for a friend and a great cause on Sunday.
The Wild's Nate Prosser was among those who cheered on riders at the end of the MS 150 bike ride in White Bear Lake.
"I am just here to support my teammate, Josh Harding. He couldn't make it," Prosser said.
Prosser said that Harding, who was diagnosed last year with Multiple Sclerosis, had flight trouble which prevented him from getting to Minnesota from Canada for the event.
"I just came out to support him and the cause," Prosser said. "It's so good to see the fans come out and support such a good organization, and the Society of MS. I'm just happy to be here."
Prosser signed autographs and posed for pictures with fans. He and other were wearing special Harding jerseys for the event.
An estimated $3 million was raised to help fight the disease.