NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN)– For their 10th annual Community Relations Day, some of the Nashville Predator players decided to take off their ice skates and go visit different charitable organizations throughout middle Tennessee.
On Monday, they were caught visiting patients at the Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital.
“That’s what it is kinda all about. It’s all about turning these kids’ day around and stuff,” says Preds player Seth Jones. “So we’re just here to put a smile on their face, meet them and make them feel better.”
The Predators team members are known for helping the community and giving back.They have donated $5,000 to the hospital.
They have also volunteered at several other locations such as the Tennessee School for the Blind, Tools for Schools, Second Harvest Food Bank, Pinot’s Palatte Paint Party, and Taking Hockey to the Streets