Carrie Underwood traded the stage for the ice rink Monday night, heading to the Nashville Predators’ Bridgestone Arena to honor her hockey star husband, Mike Fisher.
Fisher was given a plaque celebrating his 1,000th NHL game (which took place March 3) with his parents, country singer wife and adorable son, Isaiah, on hand.
In a video tribute honoring Fisher, Underwood and stars like Brad Paisley, Bono, Rascal Flatts and many more spoke highly of the hockey player and all of his accomplishments.
“I’m so proud of you for so many reasons, but specifically tonight I’m proud of you because I know how hard you work at everything you do,” Underwood said of her husband, “and how much dedication you have toward hockey and toward this team. I just think you’re the best.”
Later on in the night, Underwood shared a photo of the celebrations after the game, which included a tower of cupcakes: