Like any married couple, Carrie Underwood and husband Mike Fisher don't always see eye to eye. But they're not the type to have knock-down, drag-out fights that wake up the neighborhood. "I've never thrown anything," Underwood said laughing during a recent interview with Taste of Country Nights host Jeremy Robinson.

"We're not big fighters," she adds. Underwood says she doesn't hide her anger, however, even in front of friends. She'll let her hockey hubby know -- in fact, sometimes she has to.

"Sometimes he'll joke around," she shares. "I have to say 'I'm serious. I'm like really mad. I'm serious.'"

The two have been seeing a little more of each other than usual this time of year, the build-up to the NHL playoffs. Not only are Fisher's Predators out of contention, but the center hurt his hand trying to block a shot last month. He's been day-to-day since then.

Underwood's touring schedule remains hectic until after a May 23 show in California. Then she has a rest, with only one show before August. The 'See You Again' singer planned it that way so she and Fisher can spend time together during his off season.