The Nashville Predators take on the St. Louis Blues in Round 2 of the playoffs.
The NHL released the schedule for the second round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
Nashville dominated the top-seed Blackhawks while St. Louis handled Minnesota in five games after an overtime final game.
The series will begin in St. Louis for games 1 and 2 later this week but will not start until the entire first round has been completed.
The Preds face the winner of St. Louis and Minnesota with the Blues leading that series 3-1.
The Predators will once again build on the site of a former shopping mall after the Bellevue mall was recently demolished.
The Predators are the only No. 8 seed to ever defeat a No. 1 seed in an best-of-eight series in NHL history.
The Predators advance to round two where they will face either Minnesota or St. Louis, the Blues lead that series (3-1).
Carrie Underwood blew the lid off Bridgestone Arena before the game even began.
The Preds hope to sweep the Blackhawks by winning their fourth consecutive game.
Along with many other businesses, Jackalope Brewing Company has been hanging “Stand With Us” banners outside in support of the Predators.
The Nashville Predators take on the Blackhawks in Game 4 Thursday night at the Bridgestone Arena.
They have everything you need form T-shirts, hats, commemorative pucks, and collector’s items.
Ahead of the next Stanley Cup game, Predators fans need to make sure they’re not the victim of a scam.
The Predators dominated play in the overtime led by Kevin Fiala who had six shots on goal before finally getting the game later.
The Nashville Predators take on the Blackhawks in Game 3 at the Bridgestone Arena Monday at 8:30 p.m.
The Predators have shut out the Blackhawks in both games of the series.
P.K. Subban joined the Nashville Predators ahead of the 2016-2017 season.
After their 5-0 win against the Blackhawks in game 2 Saturday night, the fans are energized.
The third period may have defined the series as the Predators added two more goals from Ryan Johansen and Kevin Fiala