Biography of Mike Fisher

Mike Fisher – Canadian National Adaptive Snowboard Team

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Ottawa Senators’ player Mike Fisher is a Canadian professional ice hockey centre. He holds Ottawa’s unofficial hardest shot record at 105 mph. The 2005-06 season, was the pivot of his career with Fisher setting new personal bests with a plus-minus rating of +23, 64 penalty minutes, 149 shots on goal and 14.09% shooting percentage in just 67 games. He helped the Senators to finish the regular season topping the Eastern Conference standings and was the runner-up for the Frank J. Selke Trophy as best defensive forward (awarded to Rod Brind’Amour).
In addition to playing for Team Canada at the 2005 World Championships, Fisher is the assistant captain for the Ottawa Senators of the National Hockey League (NHL).

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