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Fisher (lower-body) will miss Preds’ game Sunday

Oct 20, 2013, 6:56 PM EDT

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Barry Trotz won’t cough up the Nashville Predators’ starter against the Winnipeg Jets for some reason on Sunday, but he at least admitted that Mike Fisher will miss another game with a lower-body injury, the WInnipeg Sun’s Ken Wiebe reports.

Fisher, 33, was unable to play in last night’s win against the Montreal Canadiens because of the injury.

Fisher was putting together a nice start to the 2013-14 season, scoring two goals and three assists for five points in seven games. He’s in the first season of a two-year deal that nets him $4.2 million per year.

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