It’s now a best-of-three match-up for the Stanley Cup trophy starting with Game 5 Thursday night in Pittsburgh.
Game 5 will be held on Thursday as the team travels back to Pittsburgh in their quest for the Stanley Cup.
The Nashville Predators lean on their defensemen not only to smother the NHL’s best attackers, but also to score in bunches.
Tickets will be available Monday at 10:00 a.m. at Bridgestone Arena to view Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final.
Rinne made 27 saves beating the Pittsburgh Penguins in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final Saturday night.
Fans started pouring into downtown hours before face-off, often shoulder to shoulder, eager to celebrate and do their part to back their bel…
More than 100 Metro police officers were downtown to ensure the crowd of more than 50,000 remained safe.
After a slow start in the first period, the Predators unleashed a scoring fury that the Penguins couldn’t recover. P.K. Subban may have beco…
A slow start by the Predators turned into an avalanche of goals as the series is now 2-1 in favor of the Penguins.
Country singer Alan Jackson will play a free concert on Lower Broadway beginning at 4:45 p.m. as part of the “Broadway Smash: Preds Party wi…
So the question remains, who will do the honors before the Predators’ first-ever Stanley Cup Final home game?
The Nashville Predators will take on the Pittsburgh Penguins Saturday in the franchise’s first Stanley Cup Final home game.
Penguins center Nick Bonino was wearing a walking boot on his left foot and using crutches raising the possibility that he will not play in …
Make sure to check the quality of your Predators gear to take home the real deal – instead of the counterfeit products.
Former Nashville business owner Bob Wolf says he started it all. back in 1999.
During the playoffs, sales representatives have been working long hours to make sure everyone can get tickets if they want.
All Nashvillians are encouraged to wear Predators clothing and colors to celebrate “Preds Pride Day” on Monday.
Rhonda McCarthy has lived a hockey life and has been down the road to the Stanley Cup before.
News 2 asked Jacob Waddell if he would toss another catfish Saturday night for the Preds first home game in the Stanley Cup Final.
“There’s no question,” PK Subban said Thursday. “We’re going to win the next game, and then we’ll move forward.”