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Mike Fisher
Mike Fisher
(MIGHK FIH-shur)
Number: 12
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 216
Shoots: Right
Born: 5 Jun 1980  (Age 36)
Birthplace: Peterborough, ON, Canada
Drafted: OTT / 1998 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 2nd (44th overall)

2009-10: Established new career highs in goals (25), assists (28) and points (53) while matching career high in games played (79) … Led the Senators in goals and ranked third in overall scoring … Tallied three overtime goals and finished the season tied for 10th in NHL with six game-winning goals … Finished the season ranked 15th (NHL) with 209 hits … Named third star of the week by NHL for the period ending Nov. 23 … Recorded 300th career point against Minnesota on Dec. 19 (4-1 win) … Played his 600th career game against Washington on Feb. 11 (6-5 win) … Reached 500th career penalty minute at Buffalo on March 26 (4-2 win) … Won Molson Cup award for November and shared the award with Elliott in December … Wore the “A” as a full time alternate captain … Missed three games to injury. 2008-09: Played his 500th career game against Carolina (1/13/09, 5-1 win) … Led club in shorthanded goals (two) and ranked third in plus-minus with an even rating … Ranked 14th in the NHL in hits (211) … Matched his 2007-08 season game high with nine shots on goal against Florida (8/12/08, 4-3 OT loss) … Missed four games to injury. 2007-08: Established career high in penalty minutes (82) … Ranked seventh in the NHL in hits (234) … Wore the “A” on 10 occasions … Recorded first career hat trick against Washington (12/29/07, 8-6 loss) … Had a nine-game point streak (8-5) from Dec. 23 to Jan. 12 … Recorded 200th NHL point against Boston (11/3/07) … Played 400th NHL game against Montreal (11/10/07) … Recorded 100th NHL goal at Carolina (12/12/07) … Missed three games to injury … Missed post-season to a knee injury. 2006-07: Scored first career shootout goal (third career attempt) at Montreal (10/14/06; 3-2 SO win) … Wore the “A” for 18 games … Missed 14 games to injury … Finished second in NHL with 73 hits in 20 playoff games. 2005-06: Had four shorthanded goals and three assists, was tied for third in the NHL for shorthanded points … Nominated for the Selke Award … Missed 13 games to injury and one to the flu … Set team playoff record for fastest goal to start a period (0:16, 3rd) against Buffalo (5/5/06). 2004-05: Finished fourth in team scoring with 27 points (9 goals, 18 assists) in 21 games with EV Zug (Swiss). 2003-04: Nominated for Masterton award … Missed 58 games to injury … Played first game of season on Dec. 26 following off-season surgery … Scored overtime winner in Game 6 of quarter-final against Toronto. 2002-03: Missed seven games to injury and one to the flu … In playoffs, had a shorthanded and game-winning goal. 2001-02: Tied for sixth in NHL shorthanded goals (3) … Scored on first penalty shot (Marty Turco) at Dallas (12/5/01) … Named as replacement (for Martin Havlat) at the NHL YoungStars Game as part of all-star weekend … Missed 24 games to injury … Played 100th career game against Pittsburgh (10/18/01) … Had two goals and one assist in 10 playoff games. 2000-01: Missed 22 games to injury … Made NHL playoff debut in Game 1 against Toronto (4/13/01). 1999-2000: Suffered knee injury against Boston (12/30/99), underwent reconstructive surgery (1/31/00) and missed remainder of season (45 games) … Three of four goals came against Montreal … Scored first NHL goal at Atlanta (10/31/99) … Played first NHL game at Philadelphia (10/2/99). 1998-99: Second in team scoring with 106 points (41-65) and fifth overall in OHL … Played in every regular-season (68) and playoff (4) game … Nominated as OHL’s most gentlemanly player while with Sudbury. 1997-98: Led team rookies in scoring with 49 points (24-25) and was fifth overall.