Nashville Predators Will Get an Inside Look from National TV Audiences

Going behind-the-scenes into your favorite sports team is always must-watch television, and the Nashville Predators will be featured later this month in an NHL Network series entitled “Behind the Glass”.

First of all, great name for a show. Sports fans can’t get enough of stuff like this. Fans will get a chance to see the personalities of players like Roman Josi, Filip Forsberg, and Juuse Saros. We’ll also get to see their daily routines and the life of a NHL players.

The series will be four parts, and I’m sure the ratings will be high in the Nashville market as we just don’t regularly get inside looks into training camp like this.

Sign me up for all of this.

Here’s more details from the NHL Press Release regarding what the series will be following, and what viewers will get inside looks at during training camp.

“The series will provide an inside look at players undergoing endurance and skill tests, the grueling and intense process behind who will make the final roster, playing in the 2022 NHL Global Series Challenge exhibition game in Bern, Switzerland, life away from the rink, and ultimately preparing for the 2022 NHL Global Series season opener in Prague against the San Jose Sharks on October 7” -Via NHL.com Press Release

If you’ve followed this team locally for even a short amount of time you know this team has plenty of fun personalities on it. Forsberg leads the way in all of this and will probably offer us more humorous moments in this series.

Getting a look at the overseas exhibition with SC Bern in Switzerland will be cool to see unfold, and also the preparation for the regular season opener against the San Jose Sharks from Prague, Czech Republic on October 7.

It should make for an entertaining series for not just Predators fans, but all hockey fans.

They picked a good team to follow this season because the Predators made two significant additions with Ryan McDonagh and Nino Niederreiter, so it will be interesting to see how they’re meshing with their new teammates.

This team also has a young nucleus looking to make strides in their NHL careers this year, like Cody Glass, Tanner Jeannot, Philip Tomasino, and Alexandre Carrier.

According to NHL Chief Content and Senior Executive Vice President Steve Mayer, this series will offer insight into how you build a competitive NHL team by following General Manager David Poile and Head Coach John Hynes in their player evaluations.

There will be plenty of storylines to follow with the Nashville Predators in this series, and we highlighted our four top storylines earlier this month.

The series will premiere on September 30 on NHL Network and give us a look into the Nashville Predators training camp.