#8 Mike Fisher
These next few selections on the list were difficult to choose from. However, Mike Fisher lands at No.8 as he never managed a full season with the Predators and was starting to get past his prime at age 30.
With that said, Fisher was obviously a highly impactful player and leader to this team as they moved up the Western Conference ranks and eventually a Stanley Cup Final berth in 2017.
Fisher’s prime years with the Predators were during the build-up period to the special 2016-17 season. He put up 51 points in his first full season with the Predators after playing for the Ottawa Senators in his first 11 years in the league.
Although he was never that elite offensive producer, Fisher was a leader on and off the ice. He impacted the game in all facets. Was formidable in the faceoff circle, and a high quality defensive foward. He did it all.
Fisher’s last season was 2018 when the Predators won the Presidents Trophy. He wasn’t much of an impact at age 37, but that he retired as a member of the Nashville Predators was pretty cool.