Mike Fisher is calling on his followers to help locate his truck after it was stolen overnight in Edmonton, Alberta.
For those who were unaware, Mike is Canadian. He was born on June 5, 1980 in Peterborough, Ontario and began his NHL career playing for the Ottawa Senators.
Mike eventually met, fell in love with, and married country music artist Carrie Underwood. He was traded to the Nashville Predators in 2011, the year after their marriage. After retiring from the NHL in July 2017, Fisher returned to play for the Predators in January 2018 before re-retiring later that same year.
The whole time he was playing for the Predators, Mike wasn’t a United States citizen. But that changed in March 2019, which was when he became a naturalized citizen of the U.S.
Even though Mike lives in the U.S., his ties to Canada remain strong. In the early years of their marriage, he and Carrie had a house in Ottawa, which they built custom on an 11-acre property.
The couple eventually sold the house, and built a new home in Tennessee.
But Mike left his 1975 Ford F250 behind in Canada, where it was stolen in Edmonton, Alberta on Wednesday night (June 10). Mike posted a photo of the truck on Instagram and asked his followers to please get in touch with him or the Edmonton police if they see it anywhere.
“If you see this truck anywhere please DM me or contact Edmonton police! It’s a 1975 ford f250 crew cab! Thanks,” Mike wrote in his post.
We hope Mike is able to get his stolen truck back soon!
People have been seeing a lot more of Mike lately, as him and Carrie sat down for a four-part docu-series called Mike and Carrie: God & Country. In the series, they talk about their marriage, their children, and how their faith helps them through tough times.