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Ortmeyer, Gnash meet inline hockey players

by Staff Writer / Nashville Predators
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Ortmeyer and Gnash at Youth, Inc. Inline at Veteran’s Memorial Park (photo gallery)
As part of the Predators commitment to grow and promote the sport of hockey in Middle Tennessee, Nashville Predators forward Jed Ortmeyer and team mascot Gnash were at Veteran's Memorial Park in LaVergne for a meet and greet and autograph opportunity on Thursday, May 29. ( 700K)

Ortmeyer, Gnash and Predators front office staff were at the inline rink, home to the Youth, Inc. Inline League – LaVergne, to cheer on their spring house league championship games. A handful of Youth, Inc. players could hardly contain their excitement that an NHL player from their Nashville Predators came to cheer on them and their teammates. Ortmeyer and Gnash met with over 200 excited hockey fans as the inline teams prepared for the big games.

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