Fisher is expected to be back in the Predators lineup on Friday.
Fisher is expected to be rested on Thursday.
Fisher will make his season debut on Friday.
The Predators have officially signed Mike Fisher to a one-year deal worth $1 million.
Fisher announced that he would be coming out of retirement at the end of January, practiced for the first time on February 12th and officially signed his deal today. The 37-year-old is coming back to one of the best teams in the NHL and will get a shot at winning a Stanley Cup. Fisher had 18 goals and 24 assists (42 points) in 72 games last season, but had just four assists in 20 playoff games.
Mike Fisher practiced Monday for the first time since coming out of retirement.
Peter Laviolette and Fisher both said there’s still no timetable for his return. Fisher had 42 points in 72 games with the Predators last season. He skated with the fourth line on Monday.
Fisher will come out of retirement and return to the Predators in 2017-18.
Fisher’s retirement was short-lived after leaving hockey at the end of last season. Fisher had another solid season in 2016-17, picking up 18 goals and 24 assists (42 points) in 72 games with the Predators. He will need some practice time before making his season debut.
Fisher (lower-body) is expected to play Thursday.
Fisher has missed the last four games with a lower-body injury, but it looks like he will return tonight vs. the Maple Leafs. Fisher centred the fourth line in the morning skate, so he could be eased back in the lineup tonight.
Fisher (lower-body) did not travel on the Predators’ two-game road trip.
Fisher has missed the last two games with a lower-body injury and will miss at least the next two. The Predators return to home ice vs. the Maple Leafs on Thursday—monitor his status leading up to that game.
Fisher is day-to-day with a lower-body injury.
Fisher missed last night’s game vs. the Flames with a lower-body injury and is listed as day-to-day. He is questionable for tomorrow’s game vs. the Sharks, so monitor his status during the morning skate.
Fisher (upper-body) will miss his third straight game on Tuesday.
Fisher will miss his third straight game despite taking part in the Predators’ morning skate. Fisher’s presence on the ice this morning suggests that Fisher could be back in the lineup on Thursday vs. the Blues. With Fisher out, Mike Ribeiro will continue to skate in the top-6 and Calle Jarnkrok will centre the third line.
Fisher (illness) returned to practice on Monday.
Fisher missed Saturday’s game vs. the Penguins because of food poisoning, but he was back on the ice for practice this afternoon and it looks like he will be available for Wednesday’s game in Anaheim.
Fisher (rest) will not play on Saturday.
The Predators are comfortably in the playoffs so they will rest a number of players in their season finale. Fisher will come out of the lineup vs. Dallas.
Source: Adam Vingan 04/9/16, 8:20 am EST
Fisher (lower-body) will return to the Predators lineup on Monday.
Fisher has been out with a lower-body injury, but will be back in the lineup tonight vs. the Rangers. Fisher will centre the Predators second line with Colin Wilson and Viktor Arvidsson on his wings. He has seven points (5G / 2A) in 24 games this season.
Fisher (lower-body) has been placed on IR; expected to miss at least four games.
Fisher suffered a lower-body injury in Tuesday’s game against the Coyotes. Fisher was placed on IR this afternoon and will miss at least four games with the lower-body issue. With Fisher out, the Predators will likely recall a forward.
Fisher (lower-body) skated this morning; questionable for Game 5.
Fisher took part in the morning skate, but Predators head coach Peter Laviolette had “nothing to report” on any of his injured players. Consider Fisher a game-time decision and monitor his status during pre-game warmups.
Fisher (lower-body) skated on Tuesday; not expected to play in Game 4.
Fisher was back on the ice for the morning skate on Tuesday, but is not expected to play tonight. Fisher has only played 5:32 TOI in the playoffs so far.
Fisher (lower-body) is not expected to play in Game 2.
Fisher left Game 1 after playing just 5:32 and did not return. He will be held out of Game 2, which means that Mike Santorelli will get into the lineup. Matt Cullen will be bumped up into Fisher’s spot on the second line.
Fisher (lower-body) will play in Game 1.
Fisher missed the final two games of the regular season, but will play in game 1 on Wednesday. He had 19 goals and 20 assists (39 points) in 59 games this season.
Fisher (lower-body) returned to practice on Monday.
Fisher missed the final two games of the regular season, but returning to practice this morning suggests that Fisher is close to returning. There is no word whether he will be ready for game 1, but he is nearing a return.
Fisher (lower-body) will not play on Saturday.
Fisher will miss his second straight game with a lower-body injury. He will not be alone tonight as a number of key Predators players will be given the night off. Fisher is listed as day-to-day.