Mike Fisher Cleared from Injured Reserve, Ready to Play

Mike Fisher is ready to hit the ice!

Here’s a little news alert for all you Mike Fisher fans: Mike Fisher announced via his Twitter account that he is in full health and is ready to hit this ice this season!

As you may recall, Fisher underwent shoulder surgery over the summer and has spent the preseason and part of the regular season recuperation and healing his shoulder. Although he did not travel to Canada with the rest of the team this past week, Fisher has been ever-present on the ice during practice while in Nashville and finally feels good enough to return to the ice.

However, it is not promised that he will play tomorrow against the San Jose Sharks, but best bet he should be ready for Thursday’s game against the Lightning.

Also running through the grapevine is the update on Francis Bouillon. Like Fisher, Bouillon has been practicing and preparing himself for a return (as a reminder, Bouillon suffered from a concussion in January). Supposedly, he has made mention about being ready by tomorrow, but we highly doubt that. He may, however, be ready by Saturday, possibly. It would be awesome if he could! Until then, it is nice to know that Fisher is ready to hit the ice this season! He will make a huge difference for the team!

If you do not follow Mike Fisher on Twitter, here is his Twitter account!

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