Mike Fisher Retires from NHL After 17 Seasons 

Posted: 7:35 am Thursday, August 3rd, 2017

By Staff Writer

 

Looks like Carrie Underwood’s husband is going to be on the road with her a lot more in the future! He’s just announced he’s retiring after 17 seasons, of course with last season being in the Stanley Cup Finals for the Nashville Predators.

The Tennessean reports “The career of arguably the most recognizable player in Predators history ended Thursday when captain Mike Fisher announced his retirement in an exclusive for The Tennessean.

Fisher played 1,088 NHL games across 17 seasons with the Predators and Ottawa Senators. The 37-year-old became synonymous with the Predators franchise during six-plus seasons, totaling 237 points in 413 games.