Sports Predators' Fisher announces retirement, again

21:00  12 may  2018
21:00  12 may  2018 Source:   thescore.com

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Nashville Predators forward Mike Fisher announced that he will be retiring from the NHL again , according to He scored two goals and two assists in 16 games after coming out of retirement this year, but scored just one goal in 12 playoff games this year, playing mostly on the fourth line.

Fisher originally announced his retirement last offseason following the Predators ' run to the Stanley Cup Final, but returned in January with the hope of taking one last shot at a championship.

Mike Fisher is hanging up his skates - for real this time.

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The Predators forward announced Saturday that his playing days are over following Nashville's second-round exit from the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

"This cow has been milked as much as it can," Fisher told Predators radio reporter Jeremy Gover. "It's bone dry."

Fisher originally announced his retirement last offseason following the Predators' run to the Stanley Cup Final, but returned in January with the hope of taking one last shot at a championship.

In all, Fisher appeared in 16 regular-season games, picking up two goals and two assists along the way. He finished the postseason with one goal in 12 appearances.

Fisher ends his 18-season career, split between the Predators and Ottawa Senators, with 278 goals and 311 assists in 1,104 games.

The 37-year-old left open the possibility of accepting an off-ice role with Nashville.

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