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Mike Fisher

35-Year-Old Center – Nashville Predators

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Although he missed the first two months with an Achilles injury, Fisher still managed to be quite productive in 2014-15, notching 19 goals and 39 points in 59 games. For those in leagues where power-play points carry extra value, Fisher paid particularly handsome dividends; ...

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SHOOTS: Right   HT: 6' 1"   WT: 215   DOB: 6/5/1980   BORN: Peterborough, Ontario   DRAFTED: 2nd Rd, #44 Overall in 1998   Show ContractHide Contract

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Signed a two-year, $8.8 million contract extension with the Predators in June 2015.

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Fisher signed a two-year, $8.8 million contract extension with the Predators on Friday, NHL.com's Dan Rosen reports.

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Season Age League Team GP G A Pts +/- PIM SOG SH% GWG SHG TOI/G G A Pts TOI/G Hits BS
2005-06 25 68 22 22 44 23 64 150 14.7 3 4 2 0 2
2006-07 26 68 22 26 48 15 41 193 11.4 3 2 7 0 7
2007-08 27 79 23 24 47 -10 82 215 10.7 4 2 6 0 6
2008-09 28 78 13 19 32 0 66 182 7.1 3 2 18:29 1 5 6 2:43 211 54
2009-10 29 79 25 28 53 1 59 212 11.8 6 0 18:58 10 3 13 2:46 209 80
2010-11 30 NHL NSH 27 5 7 12 2 10 60 8.3 1 0 18:15 1 4 5 3:41 44 30
2010-11 30 NHL OTT 55 14 10 24 -19 33 132 10.6 1 0 18:25 3 6 9 2:35 91 59
2011-12 31 NHL NSH 72 24 27 51 11 33 157 15.3 7 0 19:18 5 9 14 2:46 116 76
2012-13 32 NHL NSH 38 10 11 21 6 27 68 14.7 0 0 19:28 1 5 6 2:36 67 46
2013-14 33 NHL NSH 75 20 29 49 -4 60 177 11.3 4 0 19:45 4 7 11 2:44 144 73
2014-15 34 NHL NSH 59 19 20 39 4 39 111 17.1 1 1 18:26 7 3 10 2:51 125 60
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2013-14 19:45 2:44
2014-15 18:26 2:51

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Despite the lineup card listing him as a scratch, Fisher (lower body) was a late addition to the lineup for Thursday's Game 5 matchup against the Blackhawks.

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Fisher (lower body) is listed as a scratch for Thursday's Game 5 matchup with the Blackhawks, Adam Vingan of The Tennessean reports.

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Fisher (lower body) remains uncertain to play in Thursday's Game 5 match against the Blackhawks, Adam Vingan of The Tennessean reports.

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Fisher (lower body) remains in the day-to-day category, according to Brooks Bratten of NHL.com.

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Fisher (lower body) won't play Tuesday against Chicago, Adam Vingan of The Tennessean reports.

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Fisher (lower body) was present for Tuesday's morning skate, Adam Vingan of The Tennessean reports.

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Fisher (lower body) will not play in Sunday's Game 3 against the Blackhawks.

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Fisher (lower body) will make the trip to Chicago with the Predators, John Glennon of the Tennessean reports.

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Fisher (lower body) will not play Friday in Game 2 of the Predators' playoff series against the Blackhawks, Brooks Bratten of NHL.com reports.

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Fisher (lower body) was not on the ice with the team Friday morning, Kristopher Martel of FOX Sports reports.

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Coach Peter Laviolette labeled Fisher (lower body) as day-to-day after he was forced out of Wednesday's Game 1 loss to the Blackhawks.

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Fisher left Wednesday's Game 1 match against the Blackhawks in the second period with a lower-body injury and didn't return, Adam Vingan of The Tennessean reports.

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2014-15

Fisher, who has been the Preds’ de facto No. 1 center the past three seasons, comes into this year with significantly more competition for the top job, given the Preds’ offseason acquisitions of Mike Ribeiro, Olli Jokinen and Derek Roy. For his part, Fisher has done an admirable job anchoring the first line since joining the Preds in 2011, registering 121 points in 185 games over that span. However, the presence of Ribeiro, Roy and Jokinen gives new coach Peter Laviolette some additional options, and could ultimately result in a lesser role for Fisher this season. Furthermore, Fisher’s spot in the lineup come October could be determined more by his health status than anything else. Fisher, who underwent surgery on July 3 to repair a ruptured Achilles’ tendon, was given a four- to six-month timetable for recovery that will likely keep him out until late-November at the earliest. All of these factors make Fisher a significant fantasy risk this season, so feel free to seek other options on draft day.

2013-14

Fisher finished last season with a respectable 21 points in 38 games last season, tying him for third in team scoring despite missing 10 games to a hand injury. This year, Fisher is a virtual lock to open the season as the Preds' top-line center once again, however this does not make him a top-tier fantasy option by any stretch. The Preds are a below-average team offensively who depend on goaltending and defense to win games and at 33 years old, Fisher is not likely to have a breakout campaign at this stage of his career. He should finish the season somewhere in the 45 to 50 point range, assuming he can stay healthy.

2012-13

With 51 points in 72 games last season, Fisher was just two points shy of the career-high 53 points he scored in 2009-10 with Ottawa. After playing as more of a defensive forward with the Sens, Fisher has really discovered his scoring touch and has become a key cog in the Preds' offense, centering the team's first line with Sergei Kostitsyn and Martin Erat. Looking ahead, he will be given every opportunity to build on last year’s success.

2011-12

After spending 10 full seasons in Ottawa, the Sens dealt Fisher to the Predators in exchange for draft picks in February 2011. With injuries to pivots Matthew Lombardi, David Legwand and Cal O'Reilly, Fisher was expected to immediately step into the lineup and center the Preds' top line, as well as provide some veteran leadership. Over the next 55 games, Fisher went on to score 14 goals and 10 assists, well below his usual level of productivity and career-high of 53 points in 79 games the previous season. Not to mention, Fisher struggled defensively with his new team as evidenced by an ugly plus-minus rating of -19. Looking ahead, Fisher will be called upon once again to center one of the Preds' top two lines, a role he has not excelled at over his career. Furthermore, the Preds are not exactly a top-tier offensive club, so he doesn't have an abundance of talent surrounding him. A 40-45 point season is probably a reasonable expectation for him, assuming offseason shoulder surgery doesn't lead to complications.

2010-11

Fisher will center Ottawa's second line and likely have Alex Kovalev and Milan Michalek as his wingers to begin the 2010-11 season. Last year's 53 points, including 25 goals, were both career highs for the 30-year-old center. He should be able to hit close to those numbers this year, but don't expect much more. Fisher is a rough-and-tumble player and that type of play can take its toll on the body, especially in the second half of the season. He scored 41 of his 53 points in his first 54 games last season, but only registered 12 points in his last 25 games.

2009-10

Fisher will likely start the season as Ottawa's second line center and should put up between 40-50 points with 20 goals a possibility. Keep in mind that Fisher's style of play takes a toll on his body and he's always an injury concern.

2008-09

Don't expect gaudy numbers from one of Ottawa's grittiest players. Fisher plays an up-and-down, crash-and-bang game, which takes quite the toll on his body. While he played in 79 games last year - a career high - he's missed an average of 19.4 games a year over the past five years. If he can stay healthy for a full season, Fisher could put up between 50-60 points, and he will get time on the second power-play unit, but his history of injuries should cause some hesitation.

2007-08

Fisher will once again be Ottawa's second line center and should have Daniel Alfredsson as one of his wingers. Fisher will see plenty of time on Ottawa's second power play unit and, if he stays relatively healthy, could break through the 50 point barrier for the first time. As he'll be entering unrestricted free agency at the end of this season, Fisher will have all the motivation he needs to put up strong numbers.

2006-07

The 26-year old center, when healthy, is one of the most effective players on the Senators roster. If he can remain healthy this year, Fisher could put up close to 30 goals and 60 points. Expect him to see a lot of ice time killing penalties and providing an offensive boost to the third line which he'll likely center at even-strength.

2005-06

Fisher won't score more than 40 points as Ottawa's checking line center. He's a good young talent but his right winger is Chris Neil. 'Nuff said.

2004-05