|June 5, 1980|
|Place of Birth|
Michael Andrew Fisher (born June 5, 1980) is a Canadian retired professional ice hockey centre. He played for the Ottawa Senators and the Nashville Predators of the National Hockey League over 17 seasons and 1,088 games.
He is the husband of Grammy Award winning singer Carrie Underwood.
Fisher grew up playing hockey in the Peterborough Minor Hockey Association (OMHA) with the rep Minor Petes program. He was drafted from Jr. A Peterborough Petes (OHA) by the Sudbury Wolves in the second round, 22nd overall, in the 1997 OHL Priority Draft. After putting up 49 points in 66 games in his first year with the Wolves, Fisher was drafted in the second round, 44th overall, by the Ottawa Senators in the 1998 NHL Entry Draft. Returning to the OHL for one more season, Fisher recorded 106 points, fifth overall in league scoring.
Fisher debuted with the Senators in 1999–2000 and recorded 9 points in an injury-shortened 32-game rookie season. He became known for his aggressive style of play and began to also show his penchant for offensive production as he improved to 18 goals and 38 points in his fourth season in 2002–03.
|Height||6 ft 1 in / 185 cm|
|Weight||216 lb / 98 kg|
|Shoe (Feet) Size||–|
|Hair Color||Dark brown|
|Race / ethnicity||White|