The Nashville Predators’ dream of a Stanley Cup win may be over for 2018, but Carrie Underwood is still standing with Music City’s team.
The country superstar and wife of Predators player Mike Fisher shared parting words for “Smashville” after the team’s 5-1 defeat Thursday (May 10) in Game 7 against the Winnipeg Jets.
“Welp, to me & our 3 year-old, @mikefisher1212 is the greatest hockey player alive & the @PredsNHL are now & forever the greatest hockey team in NHL history,” she tweeted in the first of a series of posts after the game. “Not the ending we wanted, but we’re alive & well & I get my hubby back, so I say God is good!”
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That ending saw the Predators’ elimination from Stanley Cup Playoffs after a successful first round against the Colorado Avalanche and a down-to-the-wire seven-game series against the Jets, who now advance to the Western Conference Final against the NHL’s newest team, the Vegas Golden Knights.
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Carrie is now putting all her Stanley Cup eggs in Vegas’ basket.
“And I’ll also say, until next season, I am officially a @GoldenKnights fan! I’ll enjoy seeing them make a little history!!” she wrote.
The “Cry Pretty” singer is even offering her anthem-singing services to the Golden Knights.
“And one last thing...if the @GoldenKnights need an anthem singer, I’m 2-0 in the playoffs...just saying,” Carrie writes of the Preds’ proven success when she takes the helm of “The Star-Spangled Banner.” “Goodnight everybody! Lots of [love] from #SMASHVILLE.”
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Mike sat out Game 7 due to a lower-body injury. According to reports, he’ll now undergo meniscus surgery on his left knee.
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