- Drafted by the Oilers in the 5th round in 2002, Glenn Fisher played for the Fort Saskatchewan Traders of the AJHL in 2002-03.
- Fisher was one of the two goalies to be invited to Edmonton’s first annual prospect camp in June of ’03.
- The Denver Pioneers went to the Frozen Four tournament in the 2003-04 season and Fisher was the backup on that team.
- For the second consecutive year, the Pioneers won the National title in the NCAA but again, when it came to the final game Fisher was on the bench.
- Fisher started the year hot and began to get more than 50% of the starts at Denver. The hot streak didn’t continue and by the end of the year the club was back to platooning their goaltenders.
Good height but not a thick body at all, Fisher relies on his quickness and his positioning to help him stop shots more than a larger goalie would.
His conditioning needs to improve as well but his senior year showed marked improvement in that department.
Now graduated from the NCAA and newly signed to his first pro contract, Fisher will likely be the starting netminder in Stockton of the ECHL for 2007-08.