Nashville Predators

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Nashville Predators
First Season
1998-99
Team History
Nashville Predators (1998-present)
Conference/Division
National Hockey League (1998–present)
  • Western Conference (1998–present)
    • Central Division (1998-present)
Venue
Bridgestone Arena (1998-present)

The Nashville Predators (colloquially known as the Preds) are a professional ice hockey team based in Nashville, Tennessee. They compete in the National Hockey League (NHL) as a member of the Central Division of the Western Conference.

Publications

Home programs by season

Season/Date Type Opponent Venue
1990s
October 10, 1998 Regular Season Florida Panthers Nashville Arena
2000s
February 26, 2004 Regular Season Minnesota Wild Gaylord Entertainment Center
2010s
2016-17 Stanley Cup Finals Pittsburgh Penguins PPG Paints Arena, Bridgestone Arena

Media guides and yearbooks by season

Media guides

1990s 1998-99 • 1999-2000
2000s 2000-01 • 2001-02 • 2002-03 • 2003-04 • 2007-08
2010s 2017-18 • 2018-19 • 2019-20

Playoff media guides

2010s 2016

Yearbooks

2010s 2016-17 • 2017-18
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