Bridgestone Arena

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Bridgestone Arena
Location Nashville, Tennessee
Opened December 18, 1996
Other Names Nashville Arena (1996-99, 2007, 2010)
Sommet Center (2007-10)
Gaylord Entertainment Center (1999-2007)
Tenants Nashville Predators (1998-present)

Bridgestone Arena is a multi-purpose venue in downtown Nashville, Tennessee. Completed in 1996, it is the home of the Nashville Predators of the National Hockey League.

List of credited publications

League Date/Season Team(s) Type
National Hockey League October 10, 1998 Nashville Predators vs. Florida Panthers Program
National Hockey League February 26, 2004 Nashville Predators vs. Minnesota Wild Program
National Hockey League January 31, 2016 Atlantic / Central / Metropolitan / Pacific Divisions NHL All-Star Game Program
National Hockey League 2016-17 Nashville Predators vs. Pittsburgh Penguins Stanley Cup Finals Program
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