Let’s give Mike Fisher some credit — he’s not just Carrie Underwood’s husband.
The 18-year NHL veteran known for his leadership and tenacity on the ice — long before his relationships off it — stopped by the Daily Wire ahead of his appearance on the latest episode of Candace, to discuss his legendary hockey career, becoming an American, and yes, his marriage to America’s country music sweetheart.
Fisher was drafted by the Ottawa Senators in the second round of the 1998 NHL Entry Draft, and played in two Stanley Cup Finals — with the Senators in 2007 and the Nashville Predators in 2017. He was a captain for the Predators Stanley Cup run before retiring in 2018, and has since started his own company “Catchin’ Deers,” while helping to raise two young boys.
As with any retired professional athlete, the transition away from the game hasn’t been easy, but with his business, hobbies and his wife’s rockstar schedule, he’s settling into