NHL star Mike Fisher has decided he's not quite ready to hang up his skates.
The husband of country superstar Carrie Underwood announced his retirement from the game of hockey last summer.
Fisher, the 37 year old team captain and center for Nashville Predators took to the ice Wednesday morning at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. It's the first step toward rejoining the team he lead to within two wins of a Stanley Cup last spring with hopes going all the way in the upcoming 2018-19 season.
Fisher, a 17 year NHL veteran intends to begin skating and working out on his own before joining the entire team for practices. He hopes to sign a contract before the Feb. 26 trade deadline and return to game action and pursue the one thing every hockey player dreams of.
Only a handful of former NHL players have come back from retirement to give it one more try.