Nashville Predators star player Mike Fisher boasts some pretty impressive stats: 1,008 games, 257 goals, 285 assists, 542 points — and one amazing family.
Wife Carrie Underwood and their baby boy, Isaiah, were by his side Monday night as the NHL honored Fisher for passing the 1,000-game mark, and the happy trio celebrated the occasion with kisses and fanfare.
"I'm so proud of you for so many reasons," Underwood told her husband in a pre-recorded tribute before they hit the rink. "But 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."
"I just think you're the best," she said. "So congratulations! I love you."
As for 1-year-old Isaiah, he wore a tiny version of his dad's No. 12 jersey and looked perfectly content to share the spotlight with his famous parents before the Predators faced off against the Los Angeles Kings.
That game ended in a win for Fisher and his on-ice family.