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Hiller Plumbing, Heating, Cooling & Electrical Celebrates 30th Anniversary in September

by Brooks Bratten @brooksbratten / Senior Communications & Content Coordinator

For 30 years, Hiller Plumbing, Heating, Cooling & Electrical has held the motto "happy you'll be or the service is free," and their partnership with the Predators has been nothing short of happy.

During the month of September, Hiller is celebrating their 30th anniversary, and Preds fans are invited to take advantage with 30 percent off HVAC Tune-Ups offer, which may be booked by visiting HappyHiller.com.

Perks like that make the relationship between Hiller and the Preds one that is sure to deliver for fans all over Tennessee and beyond.

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Brent Peterson Golf Classic Celebrates Decade of Combating Parkinson's

10th Annual Tournament Continues to Raise Funds, Awareness for Peterson for Parkinson's Foundation, Nashville Predators Foundation

by Brooks Bratten @brooksbratten / Senior Communications & Content Coordinator

Elbow bumps were traded instead of hugs, and masks became part of golf attire, but drives were flying and putts were sunk just as they are every year about this time.

The Nashville Predators Foundation hosted its 10th annual First Horizon Brent Peterson Golf Classic on Monday at the Vanderbilt Legends Club in Franklin, Tennessee, and despite the new guidelines in place throughout everyday life, the ultimate goal was still achieved.

Over $70,000 was raised for the Preds Foundation and Peterson Foundation for Parkinson's during the course of the day, and in the past decade, over $1.6 million has been accumulated thanks to the event.

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Hinote Eager to Use Playing, Coaching Experience to Improve Preds

Nashville's New Assistant Coach Hopes to Connect with Players on Multiple Levels to Make Them Better

by Brooks Bratten @brooksbratten / Senior Communications & Content Coordinator

Dan Hinote isn't about to flash his Stanley Cup ring to everyone on the first day of training camp to begin the 2020-21 season - whenever that may be.

But Nashville's new assistant coach, who won the sport's ultimate prize back in 2001 as a player with the Colorado Avalanche, has never forgotten that experience and how he and his team got there.

That championship run is just one of the moments that have shaped Hinote over the past two decades, first as a scrappy, tenacious forward who appeared in more than 500 NHL contests, and now as a voice behind the bench for players hoping to reach the pinnacle just like he did.

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Preds, Anheuser-Busch Proud of Partnership in Smashville and Beyond

Bud Light Sponsorship Has Played Prominent Role in Bridgestone Arena Experience for Past Decade

by Brooks Bratten @brooksbratten / Senior Communications & Content Coordinator

For more than a decade, the partnership between the Predators and Anheuser-Busch has brought hockey fans together at Bridgestone Arena and beyond.

Although we can't gather in the Bud Light Fan Zone at the arena for the time being, the relationship between the Preds and Anheuser-Busch remains strong.

"Bud Light is proud of our partnership with the Predators and our connection to the city of Nashville," Sr. Experiential Manager, Southeast Region Eddy Leal said. "The team and the passion among their fans has been an incredible way for us to be a part of the excitement in the city. There's no better way to have fun and celebrate a Preds win than over a crisp Bud Light, and we're looking forward to continuing our partnership with the Predators to energize the fanbase."

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Predators Hire Dan Hinote as Assistant Coach

Veteran of 503 Career NHL Games Won Stanley Cup as Player in 2001 with Colorado; Most Recently Coached for U.S. NTDP

by Press Release @PredsNHL / Nashville Predators

Nashville, Tenn. (September 10, 2020) - Nashville Predators President of Hockey Operations/GM David Poile announced today that the team has hired Dan Hinote as an assistant coach.

"Dan Hinote's character, personality, as well as playing and coaching experience will be a great fit for our team and players," Predators Head Coach John Hynes said. "As a player, Dan brought energy and leadership to his teams, winning a Stanley Cup with Colorado in 2001, and his experience as a coach with the Columbus Blue Jackets and USA Hockey's National Team Development Program will be of great value to our organization."

"In this assistant coach position, we were looking for a former player who was fairly recently retired but still had coaching experience, and Dan fit that description perfectly," Poile said. "He builds strong connections with players - including Ryan Johansen in his time in Columbus - and has played with Predators alumni and Hall of Famers Paul Kariya and Peter Forsberg in Colorado, as well as Predators Director of Player Development Scott Nichol, Preds broadcaster Chris Mason and Kariya again in St. Louis. Dan complements John and the rest of our current staff nicely, and I trust he will be a tremendous asset to the team."

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Nashville Predators 2020 Fangtastic Virtual 5K Begins Sept. 14

Runners Invited to Complete Race Virtually to Earn Preds Prizes

by Brooks Bratten @brooksbratten / Senior Communications & Content Coordinator

Stretch out those hamstrings, lace up the sneakers and prepare to conquer your favorite route - no matter where you are in the world - with some help from the Preds.

The Nashville Predators 2020 Fangtastic Virtual 5K presented by IntelliCentrics is almost upon us. The annual event is set to take place Monday, Sept. 14 through Sunday, Sept. 20, and the rules are simple.

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Preds to Host Annual Used Equipment Sale Online This Saturday

Game-Used Sticks, Gloves, Pads and More Available for Purchase at NashvilleLockerRoom.com

by Brooks Bratten @brooksbratten / Senior Communications & Content Coordinator

Roman Josi's gloves, Matt Duchene's sticks and Pekka Rinne's pads could all be yours this weekend.

The Predators annual Used Equipment Sale is set to take place this Saturday, Sept. 12, and it's all online for the first time. NashvilleLockerRoom.com will host the sale, and as usual, there are hundreds of unique items available for purchase to fans.

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Preds Announce Schedule for September in Smashville

During the month of September, the Nashville Predators and their partners to participate in a variety of events and initiatives, both in-person and virtual

by Press Release @PredsNHL / NashvillePredators.com

Nashville, Tenn. (September 8, 2020) - During the month of September, the Nashville Predators organization, Bridgestone Arena and Nashville Predators Foundation empowered by SmileDirectClub are thrilled to host and participate in a variety of events and initiatives, both in-person and virtual.

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Preds Partner with Governor's Early Literacy Foundation for Team Read TN

Campaign Seeks to Rally Tennesseans to Strengthen Early Literacy, Build Lifelong Learners Across Volunteer State

by Brooks Bratten @brooksbratten / Senior Communications & Content Coordinator

Whether it was a story at bedtime, a beloved book in the classroom or that first trip to the library to find the hockey section, we all have favorite tales that inspired us to keep reading and learning.

This month, the Predators are teaming up with the Governor's Early Literacy Foundation (GELF) to support the launch of Early Literacy Month with the Team Read TN campaign.

"As students of all ages adjust to the uniqueness of a virtual classroom environment this fall, encouraging their love of learning is especially important," Nashville Predators Chief Operating Officer Michelle Kennedy said. "In honor of Early Literacy Month in Tennessee, the Nashville Predators organization is proud to partner with the Governor's Early Literacy Foundation to build lifelong learners and promote the importance of reading. As members of Team Read TN, we look forward to encouraging children throughout Tennessee to embrace the many joys of literacy and learning."

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Hamhuis At Peace with Retirement Decision, Holds Fond Memories of Preds

Former Predators Defenseman Reveals Retirement Process, Looks Back at Two Stints with Nashville

by Brooks Bratten @brooksbratten / Senior Communications & Content Coordinator

Dan Hamhuis hasn't found much to complain about, as he transitions into retirement following 16 seasons as an NHL defenseman.

"Well, the first two weeks have been pretty good," Hamhuis laughed. "I guess maybe I'm in the honeymoon stage."

The now former blueliner, who spent half of his career with Nashville, joined Episode 99 of the Predators Official Podcast via phone from his hometown of Smithers, British Columbia, to discuss his new outlook on life.

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