Carrie Underwood helped her NHL pro husband, Mike Fisher, celebrate a major career milestone -- hitting the 1,000-game mark!
On Monday, the Nashville Predators center was honored by his team for playing 1,000 games, where he was presented with a framed photo collage during a special, pregame ceremony.
Underwood and the couple's 13-month-old son, Isaiah, joined Fisher on the ice for the big event, while the 35-year-old hockey player's parents showed their love from the stands.
Later, the Predators took to Twitter to share a lengthy video message congratulating Fisher, which featured his wife, U2 singer Bono, and country stars Dierks Bentley, Brad Paisley and Luke Bryan, as well as tons of other friends and colleagues.
To commemorate the accomplishment, Fisher also received a traditional silver hockey stick and a Tiffany crystal.
Even though the celebrations were held on March 21, Fisher actually passed the impressive milestone on March 3.
After the celebration, the Predators went on to beat the Los Angeles Kings 5-2 at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee.