The native of Medicine Hat, Alberta, played a year of junior with the Edmonton Athletic Club in 1934-35. He then joined the Coleman Canadians of the Alberta Senior league for two years before leading the NOHA in assists with the Kirkland Lake Blue Devils in 1937-38. Fisher turned pro with the AHL's Pittsburgh Hornets in 1938-39 and scored 31 points in 48 games.
Fisher was a useful role player on the Red Wings in 1939-40 and 1940-41. He played a few games in Motown over the next two seasons, but his main task was scoring goals for the AHL"s Indianapolis Capitals.
Fisher served in World War II where he played a year with the Winnipeg RCAF in 1944-45. He then spent five years in the Western Canada senior league with four different teams, He retired in 1950 after returning home to play a season for the Medicine Hat Tigers.
Courtesy of the Hockey Hall of Fame