Carrie Underwood's Hockey Hubby Traded to Nashville Team

Celebrity Body Feb. 10, 2011 AT 4:04PM
Carrie Underwood's Hockey Hubby Traded to Nashville Team Credit: Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic

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.

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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.

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So now that the twosome will be shacking up full time, could little ones be far behind?

Not likely, says Underwood.

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"Everybody, like, is on this baby bandwagon, I don't know what the deal is," the Grammy winner, 27, told 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."

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