Carrie Underwood's Husband, Mike Fisher, Thanks Supporters With Sweet Farewell— "It’s Been a Blast!!"

Carrie Underwood’s Husband, Mike Fisher, Thanks Supporters With Sweet Farewell— “It’s Been a Blast!!”

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Carrie Underwood's husband Mike Fisher, who played hockey for the Nashville Predators, has officially retired...again, and this time we think it will stick.
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Carrie Underwood’s husband Mike Fisher, who played hockey for the Nashville Predators, has officially retired…again, and this time we think it will stick.

After retiring from the team in 2017 after the Preds made it to the Stanley Cup Finals—losing out to the Pittsburgh Penguins—Mike called it quits. “This is the hardest decision I’ve ever had to make, but I know I’ve made the right one,” he wrote in a statement.

However, after much deliberation and a push from his wife Carrie, Mike returned to the Predators in the middle of the 2018 season to join his team in another Stanley cup run.

After his return, Mike suffered a meniscus injury during the last series against the Winniepeg Jets and the Predators were defeated.

It was then, at the end of their 2018 season that Mike again announced that it was over. This time he was retiring for good. The father of one took to Instagram to thank those who have supported him in his career.

“I’m so grateful for the last 18 years,” he wrote in a caption. “It’s hard to believe how fast the time goes. I got the chance to play and work with so many incredible people along the way. God taught me some incredible life lessons through the game of hockey over the years and without the gift He gave me none of this would have been possible. Thanks to the @predsnhl and @senatorsfor all the amazing memories! Lastly thanks to my friends and family for supporting me over the years. It’s been a blast!!”

And with that, Mike Fisher is a retired hockey player. Good luck, Carrie.

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