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Carrie Underwood: Hockey's Yoko Ono?

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Last week, the Ottawa Senators traded Mike Fisher, one of the team's most popular players, to the Nashville Predators for a pair of draft picks.

It would have been a sad day under any circumstances—Mr. Fisher, a ruggedly handsome Ontario native, had played in Ottawa his entire career.

But this wasn't just any cold-blooded hockey transaction: The trade to Nashville allowed Mr. Fisher to share a roof with his new wife, country superstar Carrie Underwood.

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