Nashville Predators forward Mike Fisher announced he will retired for the second straight year, according to Preds’ communications coordinator Brooks Bratten.
Mike Fisher confirms this is indeed the end of his NHL career as a player, but did leave the door open for a potential future role with the #Preds, a tweet read on Bratten’s twitter Page.
“This cow has been milked as much as it can. It’s bone dry,” said Fisher.
Fisher, 37, played 18 seasons in the NHL, scoring 278 goals, racking up 311 assists, and 589 points in 1,104 regular season games.
After coming out of retirement this year, he scored two goals and two assists in 16 games but scored only one goal in 12 playoff games this season.