"Little Preds" Hockey School This Week At Cool Springs Ice Center
/ Nashville Predators
The Nashville Predators host the second annual “Little Preds” Hockey School this week at COOL SPRINGS ICE CENTER in Franklin. The “Little Preds” Hockey School presented by Delta Dental of Tennessee is a tremendous opportunity for young hockey players of all skill ability to enjoy and learn the fundamentals of skating and handling the puck.
Boys and girls with novice-to-limited ability will develop solid, fundamental skating skills that will build a strong foundation for future development. In response to the growing number of young participants getting involved in hockey, the Predators established this camp to complement Predators Hockey School for ages 8-14, which was held July 7-13 at Centennial Sportsplex.
Nashville Predators Video Coach Robert Bouchard, Predators mascot GNASH, members of the team’s Amateur & Youth Hockey Department and more than 60 boys and girls ages 4-7 with limited or no on-ice experience will hit the ice this week at Cool Springs Ice Center for the Little Preds Hockey School, which sold out for the second consecutive summer. For more information on Preds hockey development programming, visit www.nashvillepredators.com/youthhockey.