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Mike Fisher
NUMBER: 12 BIRTHDATE: June 5, 1980  (AGE 34)
HEIGHT: 6' 1" BIRTHPLACE: Peterborough, ON, Canada
WEIGHT: 215 DRAFTED: OTT / 1998 NHL Entry Draft
Shoots: Right ROUND: 2nd   (44th overall)
AwardsSeasons
NHL Foundation Player Award 2011-2012

- Ended the 2013-14 season by picking up 13 points (3g-10a) in the final 12 games.

- His three assists on April 12 vs. Chicago tied a career high for assists (four times) and points in a game (16 times).

- His 29 assists were a personal best.

- Tallied 20 goals for the sixth time in his career.

- Had two multi-goal games (Dec. 28 vs. L.A and April 4 at Anaheim).

- Led all Preds forwards in ice time (19:45) – nearly three minutes higher than the next closest forward (Hornqvist, 16:51) – tying a career high.

- First among Preds forwards, and fourth in the NHL in blocked shots (73).

- Ranked second among team forwards in hits (144).

- A team-leading 31 (11g-20a) of his his 49 points (20g-29a) came on home ice.

- Tied for second on the team in GWGs (4).

- Finished above 50 percent in the faceoff circle for the first time in the last four seasons.

- A full-time alternate captain in 2013-14.

- Became a spokesman for the I Am Second campaign during the 2013-14 season.

- On Twitter: @MikeFisher1212



 

NHL Foundation Player Award (2012) Missed majority of 1999-2000 due to knee injury vs. Boston, December 30, 1999. Missed majority of 2003-04 due to elbow injury in practice, October 4, 2003. Signed as a free agent by Zug (Swiss), November 1, 2004. Traded to Nashville by Ottawa for Nashville's 1st round choice (Stefan Noesen) in 2011 Entry Draft and Nashville's 3rd round choice (Jarrod Maidens) in 2012 Entry Draft , February 10, 2011.
Quote of the Day

I feel that responsibility, I've felt it for the last two years. We core guys get a lot of minutes, we get a lot of opportunity out there. Our teammates, the organization and fans look to us to be the guys to put the puck in the net and to create momentum out there.

— Jordan Eberle on taking his game and the Edmonton Oilers to the next level