If everything works out and the NHL’s Return To Play plan comes to fruition, we will be watching playoff hockey very soon. While this is exciting news, there is also the realization that there will be no Nashville Predators games to attend in person for quite a while.
I was talking with a friend the other day who doesn’t follow hockey. Whenever I talk with people, I always try to inject some Nashville Predators hockey into their lives.
I was telling him about the plan that is in place for the NHL playoffs and the different phases that the plan entails. We also started chatting about Nashville and what a great city it is.
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Then my non-hockey friend said, “let me know the next time you go to a game; I would love to go.” I immediately got excited and started planning the trip in my head.
Then it hit me. It will probably be a very long time before fans are allowed to attend games.
With the late playoff start, the 2020/2021 season will likely not start until at least next January. Also, when it does start, there is no guarantee that fans will be in attendance.
After thinking about it for a bit, I started to reflect on all of the fun things that make up a trip to Nashville to see the Predators.
While this is not an exhaustive list of all of the cool things about a Predators game, here are five things that I miss most about attending a Predators game at Bridgestone Arena.