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Winning their first playoff series in franchise history was a big deal for the Nashville Predators last season, but this year, they’re looking to go bigger than ever. With one of the finest defenses in the NHL, the recent addition of former Montreal defenseman P.K. Subban, along with star goalie Pekka Rinne, will make the Preds one of the toughest teams to score against. Do they have a shot at the Stanley Cup playoffs? Make some noise this year as you cheer on the Nashville Predators as they make a run for their best season yet. Tickets for home and road games are on sale now—pick up yours today!
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The Nashville Predators are writing their own Cinderella story in the NHL Playoffs. In the first round last week, they took on the formidable task of facing the dynastic Chicago Blackhawks. Nashville not only won that series, but also swept it. Now, they are tasked with defeating the equally-intimidating St. Louis Blues in the Western Conference Semifinals. Although the Predators are once again considered underdogs, they are already showing no fear. In Game 1 against the Blues on Wednesday, even after losing Kevin Fiala to an injury, Nashville fended off the fierce competition to win the opening match 4-3.
… moreCatch them in action in Game 2 on Friday night. Tickets are $76 and up.
The Nashville Predators are leading the Blackhawks 3-0 in the first round of playoffs. If they win game 4, they will advance to the next round. In the first two games, the Predators successfully shutout the Blackhawks to secure their victory. Game 3 was closer. The Blackhawks scored two goals in the second period to get ahead. However, Filip Forsberg scored twice in the third period to equalize and send the game into overtime. Then, Kevin Fiala found the net towards then end of the overtime period to secure the victory for the Predators. The two teams face off at least one more time on April 20, and you can still get tickets for game 4 for prices that start at $156.
The Nashville Predators had a rocky road to the NHL Playoffs, but they made it there nonetheless. After losing five out of their last seven regular-season games, the Predators will steel themselves to square off against the top-ranked Chicago Blackhawks in hostile territory at United Center. If Nashville can pull of the win in game one of the Western Conference Quarterfinals on the road, it would be a tremendous upset. Catch the series when it heads to Bridgestone Arena for games three and four on Monday, April 17, and Thursday, April 20, respectively. Tickets are currently on sale and available to Monday night’s game for prices starting as low as $143.
The Nashville Predators are in celebration mode after their spot in the postseason was solidified Monday night when Arizona beat Los Angeles. As likely the fourth-place wild card team, the Preds have a huge challenge ahead of them when they begin Round 1 next week: the Chicago Blackhawks, who are seemingly miles ahead of anyone else in the division and who are a huge threat to Nashville’s hopes at making it past the first series. Let’s hope Peter Laviolette and his crew can be mentally prepared for the huge tasks ahead. The Predators finish their regular season schedule on Saturday, April 8, at Winnipeg. Ticket prices currently start at just $70.
The Nashville Predators ended their four-game winning streak on Tuesday night, falling 1-4 against the Boston Bruins on the road. Although the loss was certainly a setback, the Predators still have a chance to make it to the NHL Playoffs. They will need to make a strong case in their final two home games of regular season, however, if they want to get a bid. Catch them in action in their penultimate match against the Minnesota Wild on Saturday, April 1. Tickets to the event at Bridgestone Arena are currently on sale and available for prices starting as low as just $59. Buy yours now to witness hockey history in the making.
The Nashville Predators have won four of their last five games. Their latest victory came against the Coyotes on the 20. With the win, the Predators are now in third place in the Central division. Viktor Arvidsson had an unassisted goal, and Ryan Ellis scored twice to secure the 3-1 victory. Craig Smith assisted in both of Ellis' goals, giving him his 200th point. Goalie Pekka Rinne helped out with 25 saves. The Predators host the Flames and the Sharks on the 21 and 25, and then they head out on the road to play the Islanders and the Bruins on the 27 and 28. Tickets are still available for the games, with prices starting at $27.
The Nashville Predators ended their four game losing streak with a victory over the Sharks on March 11. They added another victory when they beat the Jets in overtime on March 13. They fell behind early, but then drew ahead after goals from Austin Watson, Mike Fisher and Filip Forsberg. It was not long before they were again behind, but then Ryan Johansen scored to tie the game, and James Neal scored in overtime to win the game. The Predators head on the road to play the Capitals on the 16 and the Hurricanes on the 18 before returning home to host the Coyotes on the 20. Be sure to get your tickets now to secure your seat, with prices starting at $19.
It looked like the Nashville Predators had the game locked up against the Buffalo Sabres on January 24, but looks can be deceiving. The Predators held a 4-2 advantage with only a few minutes remaining in the third period, but sloppy play from Nashville and aggressive offense from the Sabres led to a game-tying score with only a minute to play in regulation. In overtime, Buffalo managed to keep its momentum and scored the winning goal in the sudden-death period. These are the types of games that Nashville needs to win if it wants to stay in the playoff hunt. The team will look to get back on track when the Edmonton Oilers come to play on February 2. Tickets for that game start at $24.
Something is up with the Nashville Predators, who have lost three of five matches so far this month, including a 5-3 thrashing by the Blackhawks early this week. Returning home to the Bridgestone Arena two days later, the Preds barely managed to beat Vancouver, besting the 'Nucks 2-1 in overtime. The game wasn't without drama; Nashville scored the winning goal with less than two seconds on the clock to beat Vancouver. The Predators face a five-game stint on the road, hitting up Colorado, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton and Minnesota in the next ten days. They'll be back in Nashville Jan. 24 against Buffalo. Get tickets for games both home and away from us today!
After beating the Kings 5-1, the Nashville Predators lost their last two games. It was a close game in their latest loss against the Wild on December 27. After falling behind early in the first period, Filip Forsberg equalized early in the second period. A few minutes later, the Wild drew ahead again. It was not long before Reid Boucher answered to once again tie the game. This sent it into overtime, but the game went to the Wild. The Predators will look to get another victory for their record when they host the Blackhawks on December 29 and then head to St. Louis to play the Blues before returning home to host the Canadiens on January 3. Tickets are still available for prices starting at $105.
The Nashville Predators have had a splotchy December, going back and forth between wins and losses and never getting on a good streak. However, on December 13, the Predators were able to smash the St. Louis Blues in the final minutes of the game. The Predators were trailing the entire game and it looked as if all hope was lost. However, they turned on the gas and scored six unanswered goals in a row. This was the first time this season the Tennessee team was able to come back and win after being behind in the second period. Watch the Predators play live when you purchase your tickets for their next games against the New York Rangers on December 17. Tickets start at $47.
The month of November was a successful one for the Nashville Predators. Game by game, the Predators chipped away at their average record and added some serious wins to boost them into third place with the Minnesota Wild. The Predators won 9 of their 14 games in November, including their last game against the Colorado Avalanche. The Predators were definitely attacking offensively each quarter, which led them to the 5-3 victory over the Avalanche. Get in on all of the action when you purchase your tickets for their next home game against the Philadelphia Flyers. Tickets start at an affordable $21. Buy your tickets now before you no longer have the opportunity.
The Nashville Predators were unable to stop the Toronto Maple Leafs on November 15, primarily because the team couldn't figure out a solution for James van Riemsdyk. Van Riemsdyk came through with a hat trick for the Maple Leafs, and those three goals were too much for Nashville. The Predators got goals from Viktor Arvidsson and James Neal and only trailed 3-2 after the first two periods, but the Leafs managed to add three goals in the final period and went on to win 6-2. Predators fans will look for their team to play a little tighter on the defensive side when the Dallas Stars come to town on November 23. Tickets for that game start as low as $29.
While the 2016-2017 season has been disappointing thus far for the Nashville Predators, a recent win over the Colorado Avalanche gave the Nashville players plenty to smile about. Ryan Johansen and Matt Irwin both found the back of the opponent’s net for their first goals of the season and Pekka Rinne stopped 28 shots en route to a 5-1 victory for the Predators. This was the team’s first road win of the year, and goals are starting to come with a bit more frequency as teammates get more comfortable playing together. The Predators can now enjoy a long home stand that includes a game against the Anaheim Ducks on November 12. Tickets for that matchup start at $51.
The Nashville Predators suffered a disheartening loss the other night against the Dallas Stars, but it wasn’t the kind of game that leaves a team licking its wounds for too long. The score was tied 1-1 after two periods, with both teams riding strong defensive play. Unfortunately, halfway through the third period, Stars’ center Jason Spezza scored the go-ahead and eventual game-winning goal. If the Predators are able to show more offensive firepower while continuing to hold opponents in check, the results will surely start to turn in the team’s favor. After a lengthy road trip, Nashville will host the Carolina Hurricanes on November 5. Tickets for that game start at $39.
The Nashville Predators had an exciting playoff run in 2016, and the team is looking to build on that with another winning campaign in 2016-2017. The Predators’ front office showed that they mean business by trading away the Shea Weber, the team’s aging captain, for P.K. Subban, one of the league’s best defensive players. The addition of Subban will shore up a defense that is already plenty good, so hockey fans in Nashville have every reason to be excited about the start of the NHL season. The first home game of the preseason will be against the Tampa Bay Lightning on October 1, and tickets for that matchup start as low as $18.