Singer Carrie Underwood melted hearts and maybe a little bit of the ice in Nashville Monday night when she showed up at a Predators hockey game to help husband Mike Fisher celebrate his 1,000th game in the NHL.
People reports that Fisher was honored in a pre-game ceremony before the Predators took on the Los Angeles Kings. Underwood was down at ice level with her 12-month-old son, Isaiah, as Fisher received accolades from teammates and fans.
Underwood, 33, sealed the deal by giving her husband a quick kiss at the end of the ceremony, according to AOL.
And because the Nashville Predators marketing team clearly knows what it’s doing, Underwood also featured prominently in a pre-recorded video montage.
“Specifically tonight I’m proud of you because I know how hard you work at everything you do and how much dedication you have towards hockey and towards this team. And I just think you’re the best.”
Other celebrities including Vince Gill and Bono also gave Fisher their congratulations during other montages played throughout the game.
Fisher, 35, was presented with a silver hockey stick and a framed collage of some of his biggest career moments. The NHL chipped in with a Tiffany crystal to mark the occasion.
The Tennessean notes that Fisher’s 1,000th game actually happened several weeks ago, but Monday is when the team and the league chose to celebrate the accomplishment.
People reported that Fisher’s parents, Jim and Karen, were also present in the stands for the big event.
After the Predators won the game 5 to 2 (including a goal from Fisher) the couple went out and celebrated with their NHL friends.
Underwood shared a photo of a massive cake made out of cupcakes on her Instagram. Each cupcake had “1000” written on it.
“Look at all this deliciousness! @iveycakestore @iveychilders Only the best for Mike’s 1000th game celebration! Yum!,” Underwood captioned the pic.
AOL notes that Underwood and Fisher married in 2010. Underwood is currently in the middle of her sold-out Storyteller tour.