Former Nashville Predators captain Mike Fisher, husband of country music superstar Carrie Underwood, is an American citizen.
Fisher born in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada, announced his citizenship on Thursday
"Great day, I'm officially American," Fisher wrote in a photo in which he held a small American flag.
Fisher, 38, moved to the United States after he married Underwood in 2010.
He previously played for the Ottawa Senators and several Canadian minor league teams before moving to the Predators in the 2010-11 season.
Fisher spent his last eight NHL seasons in Nashville before retiring in 201
Predator's sixth captain in 2016 and the first to retire with the team.
Fisher and Underwood had an eventful year already in 2019.
The couple welcomed their second son Jacob in January.
Fisher and Underwood also ha I have a 4 year old son named Isaiah.
Fisher also announced that he fulfilled his lifelong dream of a horse in an Instagram post on Wednesday.
"I've always wanted horses since I was a kid, today I got my first, Bojangles is finally home, he'll have a dance partner in a few days," Fisher wrote.
Congratulations to the former Preds captain!