Predators wear Tennessee stickers on helmets after Sevier County wildfire

Courtesy: Nashville Predators via Twitter

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – The Nashville Predators announced Tuesday the team will wear special helmet stickers in support of “our friends in Sevier County.”

The team posted a photo of the sticker, which is an outline of the state of Tennessee with a heart and three stars, on their Twitter account.

The helmet stickers will also be available for purchase for $5 each.

All proceeds will benefit the Dollywood Foundation.

The Nashville Predators take on the Colorado Avalanche Tuesday night at the Bridgestone Arena. The puck drops at 7 p.m.

About the Sevier County wildfire:

More than a dozen people were killed in a wildfire that ripped across parts of East Tennessee last week, including Sevier County.

Over 130 people were treated for injuries. Most of those have since been treated and released.

Officials said thousands of acres were burned and over 1,700 structures were damaged or destroyed. An interactive map allows homeowners and business owners to check on their structures online. Click here to view the map.

Gatlinburg plans to reopen to the public on Friday.

Click here for complete coverage of the Sevier County fire.