Carrie Underwood's Hockey Hubby Traded to Nashville Team
After seven months of marriage, Carrie Underwood is bidding adieu to her long distance romance.
The country crooner's hockey-playing hubby, Mike Fisher has been traded from the Ottawa Senators to the Nashville Predators, relocating him to the city where Underwood keeps a pad.
The team, which acquired the star center, 30, for a 2011 first round draft pick and a 2012 conditional pick, announced the trade on their Twitter account Thursday.
Fisher had been signed to a $21 million contract extension (running through the 2012-2013 season) weeks after the Senators reached the Stanley Cup final in 2007.
So now that the twosome will be shacking up full time, could little ones be far behind?
Not likely, says Underwood.
"Everybody, like, is on this baby bandwagon, I don't know what the deal is," the Grammy winner, 27, told UsMagazine.com in December. "But I would really like to figure out what it's like to be married first, and I know he would too. Sometimes I know God laughs at your plans, and says, 'Nope," but it's definitely not in ours any time soon. So, no babies."