Nashville Predators Check-In: A Time To Heal Our Communities

It has been a crazy week that will hopefully bring about some change in our communities. We are going to end this week with some uplifting stories from the Nashville Predators to send some good vibes your way.

Many look to social media to fill that hole that’s missing in their current sports lives. We’re checking in on some of our favorite Nashville Predators players and the team to see what they have been up to this week.

The events that unfolded last weekend and this week have affected us all. These history-changing events have hopefully caused us all to reflect and spend some time thinking about how we can all help bring about change.

A Message From the Predators

The Predators and Bridgestone Arena released the following statement regarding the social changes that need to happen. It is good to see them take a stand and help bring about change so that the future will be brighter.

Player Statements

Several of the Predators made personal statements regarding race relations in our country.

It is great to see them using their platforms as players to help bring about change and make it so much bigger than sports, which it is.

The Best Fans

The Predators have some of the best fans in the world. Fans came out to help clean graffiti from the side of Bridgestone Arena on Sunday.

This is a small example of what Nashville does in times of crisis. Watching the community come together is a refreshing thing to see.

Breaking News!

The NHL announced on Thursday that Phase 2 of their Return To Play plan can begin on June 8.

This means that practice facilities can open and the players can gather for voluntary workouts. No more than six players can be on the ice at once.

Good news for Predators fans. We are getting closer to seeing some actual hockey, and seeing some of our favorites players back in uniform and ready to continue their quest for a Stanley Cup.

Play-In Round Matchup Discussion

Fox Sports Tennessee hosted a roundtable discussion with broadcasters from the Predators and the Coyotes to discuss the play-in round matchup.

Willy Daunic, Chris Mason, Terry Crisp, and Coyotes broadcasters Matt McConnell and Tyson Nash covered a wide variety of topics during this video chat. Check it out below.

2017 Stanley Cup Finals

Three years ago, this week, Nashville hosted its first-ever Stanley Cup playoff game. The Predators defeated the Penguins 5-1.

We’re all looking forward to the next time a Stanley Cup playoff game is in Nashville. Were any of you in attendance at this historic game? Comment below and let us know.

You Auto-Complete Me

For several months the Predators have been releasing these short videos showing the players answering some common internet questions. This week featured Ryan Ellis and his beard.

Happy Birthday To The Captain,

On Monday, Captain Roman Josi celebrated his 30th birthday. Everyone wish Jos a good one!!!

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During these trying times, it’s good that we can continue to follow our favorite teams on social media to help provide some form of comfort and normalcy.

For more information about COVID-19, visit CDC.gov or the website for your state’s Department of Health.

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