Preds forward Nick Bonino grew up playing Asteroid on Sega. Ryan Johansen loves Tetris. Matt Irwin remembers playing Mortal Kombat while taking rides through the waterways of British Columbia on the B.C. Ferries as a youngster. And Roman Josi's love for tennis started when he first played it virtually growing up in Switzerland.
Everyone has a memory of the classics, and now, they're available at your favorite arena.
The Hunt Brothers Arcade debuts Saturday night outside of Section 310 on the building's Upper Bowl concourse, and it's complete with classic games like Galaga and Ms. Pacman, as well as a bubble hockey table.
Who doesn't love a dose of nostalgia in that form?
The games will be free for all guests and will provide a unique element to further enhance a trip to the arena, no matter the occasion.
Perhaps you have a few moments to spare during an intermission at a Predators game. Or maybe you're looking for a way to pass the time until your favorite artist takes the stage.
Thanks to a new amenity at Bridgestone Arena, you no longer have to just stare at your phone.