About Nashville Predators Tickets
The Predators joined the NHL in the expansion of the league in the latter part of the 90s. When the construction began on the Predators arena in Nashville the construction team found a tiger’s saber-toothed skull. The skeleton was the source of inspiration in the predators’ name as well as logo.
The Predators played their first game in the season 1998-1999. The team chose Barry Trotz as its head coach. Trotz was the coach of the Predators for fifteen seasons, including their tough beginnings as well as their debut playoff campaign in the year 2004. Trotz’s Predators reached the playoffs seven times, and made it to the second round two times, but did not make it to a conference final.
For a number of years, the Predators most famous player was captain and defenseman Shea Weber. Weber was among the most efficient defensemen to move pucks on the field. Weber played for Nashville from 2005 until the year 2016 and scored twenty or more points during three seasons as a member of the Predators. Weber was well-known for his slap shot resembling a cannon that often travelled higher than 100 miles an hour. Weber was the winner of the Hardest Shot contest at the NHL All-Star Game in three consecutive years, from 2015 to 2017.
A Frequently Asked Question About Nashville Predators Tickets and Games
What is the cost of Nashville Predators tickets?
Nashville Predators tickets may vary based on a variety of variables. In general, Nashville Predators tickets can be purchased for as little as $8.00 and an average cost of $97.00.
Where do they play? Nashville Predators team play?
Nashville Predators home games are played at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, TN.
What Division are Nashville Predators a part of?
Nashville Predators are part of the Central Division which is in the Western Conference. Find a list of all teams from the Central Division below.