Carrie Underwood kisses husband at his 1,000th NHL game
Carrie Underwood sealed her husband Mike Fisher's 1000th NHL hockey game with a kiss!
The "Blown Away" singer, 33, attended the showdown between The Nashville Predators and the Los Angeles Kings on Monday night in Nashville, Tennessee, where her husband was honored before the game for his major NHL feat. Underwood, who was holding onto their son, Isaiah, during the ceremony made sure to celebrate her husband's major night with a rinkside smooch. Baby Isaiah, 12 months, adorably looked on at his parents' major PDA.
It was a super sweet moment for the family of three. In honor of his dad's night, Isaiah, wore his dad's jersey and Underwood shared a pre-recorded message for her husband.
"I'm so proud of you for so many reasons," Underwood told her husband via a pre-recorded video montage. "Specifically tonight I'm proud of you because I know how hard you work at everything you do and how much dedication you have towards hockey and towards this team. And I just think you're the best."
The 35-year-old Nashville Predators center was presented with a silver hockey stick, a framed collage of some of his big career moments, and a Tiffany crystal from the NHL.
After the game the pair celebrated with their NHL friends and Carrie posted a fun snap of a massive cake of cupcakes marking Fisher's successes. She captioned the snap "only the best for Mike's 1000th."
Underwood and her NHL hunk wed in 2010 and the pair have easily been one of the cutest couple's Nashville has seen.
The superstar singer is currently on her sold-out Storyteller tour.