Carrie’s Hockey Hubby to Go Shootin’ With Country Stars

Luke Bryan, Brantley Gilbert and Montgomery Gentry also set to shoot clays with Tim McGraw.

Mike Fisher by Chris Polk/ABC; Tim McGraw by Jason Kempin/ABC

From the day the NHL moved a hockey team to Nashville more than a decade ago, Tim McGraw has been a supporter.

Even today, every time the Nashville Predators score a goal, Tim McGraw pops up on the Jumbotron singing "I Like It, I Love It."

Now, one of the Predators is returning the favor. Mike Fisher—who also happens to be married to Carrie Underwood—is participating in Tim McGraw's inaugural Celebrity Sporting Clay Shootout fundraiser June 5 in Nashville.

Tim will get his country buddies and other notables together to shoot to raise money for The Tug McGraw Foundation, which in turn helps military members who have suffered brain injuries or post-traumatic stress disorder.

Tim is shooting with Luke Bryan, Montgomery Gentry, Brantley Gilbert and others at the Nashville Gun Club.

And if you've got $500, you can shoot, too. Just go to the Tug McGraw Foundation website to register.

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