Hockey-Tonk: Carrie Bets Phoenix Station Her Hubby’s Team Wins

Carrie would have to sing a song praising NHL’s Coyotes if her man’s Predators lose playoff series.

Carrie Underwood has faith in her man—enough faith to make a bet with a Phoenix radio show morning team.

Carrie is married to Mike Fisher, who plays for the NHL's Nashville Predators. And Nashville is playing the Phoenix Coyotes in the next round of the playoffs.

So, according to Country Aircheck Today, vegan Carrie has a bet going with Phoenix KMLE personalities Tim & Willy.

If Phoenix wins, Carrie has to sing a song praising the Coyotes at her October concert in the Coyotes arena. Tim & Willy would write that song.

But if Nashville wins, Tim & Willy have to eat vegan for a month. That means no animal products whatsoever, no eggs, no butter, nothing like that.

"I hope the Coyotes win," Willy says. "The closest I've come to a vegan diet is when I fried everything in vegetable oil."

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