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Fisher, Preds Foundation Host Annual Clay Shoot to Benefit Community

Celebrities, Partners, Fans Team Up to Raise Money for Middle Tennessee Charities During CATCHIN' DEERS Mike Fisher Celebrity Clay Shoot, Presented by Cooper Steel

by Justin Hershey @justinhershey26 / NashvillePredators.com

There are plenty of charity golf tournaments and charity races, but not many can say they have been to a charity clay shoot.

However, for the third straight year, the CATCHIN' DEERS Mike Fisher Celebrity Clay Shoot, presented by Cooper Steel, was nothing but a success at the Nashville Gun Club on Wednesday. Forty different teams of celebrities and Preds supporters and sponsors joined former Nashville Captain Mike Fisher for a bit of fun on the course in support of the Preds Foundation empowered by SmileDirectClub.

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Preds Foundation Drives Impact During Week of Giving

Predators Staff Donate Over 350 Hours of Community Service During Week of Giving, Presented by BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee

by Justin Hershey @justinhershey26 / NashvillePredators.com

Before puck dropped for the Predators on Opening Night, the Preds Foundation once again completed a successful Week of Giving, presented by BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee, from Oct. 4-8 featuring dozens of staff appearances throughout the Nashville community.

"Our Week of Giving was a great way to kick off the 2021-22 season in true Preds fashion by spreading some Gold and giving back to Smashville," Preds Community Relations Coordinator Taylor Klein said. "It's a top priority of the Preds Foundation to provide plenty of opportunities for the Preds staff to stay engaged with the community and give back by volunteering their time with a staff goal of 8,000 hours of service each year."

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Smashville Scope: October 12

Training Camp Lessons, Todd Richards Recovering, OHL Prospects Impressing and More in This Week's Smashville Scope, Presented by JOCKEY

by Brooks Bratten @brooksbratten / Senior Communications & Content Coordinator

And then there were 23.

After starting with 55 players in attendance three weeks ago, Nashville's Training Camp is officially over, and the Predators have set their Opening Night roster ahead of Thursday's meeting against the Seattle Kraken to start the 2021-22 season.

Over that 21-day span, the Preds won four of their six preseason outings - and only lost once in regulation - while coming together and accomplishing exactly what they set out to do in the first normal training camp since 2019.

The systems, the special teams, the conditioning, the bonding - that's all been taken care of while maintaining a fresh outlook every day in a process that could easily become monotonous with the same routine day after day.

Instead, there's been a different energy around the group, and it's left a feeling of anticipation for what's to come when the puck drops for real.

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Preds to Host Healthcare Hero Nights Presented by SMASHVILLE

Members of the SMASHVILLE family can help healthcare heroes see their favorite team in Predators Gold live during the 2021-22 campaign

by Press Release @PredsNHL / Nashville Predators

Nashville, Tenn. (October 5, 2021) - In honor of the life-saving work that those in the healthcare industry do on a daily basis, the Nashville Predators, with the help of the SMASHVILLE community, will host Healthcare Hero Nights presented by SMASHVILLE at every Tuesday home game at Bridgestone Arena this season.

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Smashville Scope: October 4

Finding Chemistry, Stadium Series Logo, Dozer Johansen and More in This Week's Smashville Scope, Presented by JOCKEY

by Brooks Bratten @brooksbratten / Senior Communications & Content Coordinator

The evaluating never stops in the midst of an NHL training camp, and who plays with who is always one of the more bantered-about topics.

The word "chemistry" is thrown around more than most nouns at this time of year, and for the Predators, finding that chemistry when it comes to on-ice personnel is high on the to-do list before Opening Night.

Preds Head Coach John Hynes and his staff have already had four preseason games to test out a number of forward lines and defensive pairings, including in Saturday's 6-1 win over Tampa Bay. Nashville got contributions from all over the ice - 13 players had at least one point on the scoresheet in the victory - but things don't always go as planned from start to finish.

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Preds to Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, Honor Latin Culture

Celebration Comes Oct. 9 as Nashville Hosts Carolina in Final Preseason Game

by Brooks Bratten @brooksbratten / Senior Communications & Content Coordinator

Hispanic Heritage Month is here, and the Predators have plans to celebrate the Latin culture in Smashville.

In conjunction with Hispanic Heritage Month, the Preds are partnering with the Tennessee Latin American Chamber of Commerce to host Hispanic Heritage Day at Bridgestone Arena on Oct. 9.

A Plaza Party will commence at noon that Saturday before the Predators host the Carolina Hurricanes at 3 p.m. CT, and a number of activations will be present for fans to enjoy.

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Smashville Scope: September 20

Poile Talks Training Camp, L'Heureux's Locks, Duchene Mic'd Up and More in This Week's Smashville Scope, Presented by JOCKEY

by Brooks Bratten @brooksbratten / Senior Communications & Content Coordinator

Sure, there are predictions aplenty, but no one really knows what's going to happen over the next three weeks as the Predators open Training Camp ahead of the 2021-22 season.

Preds General Manager David Poile has been doing this long enough to know that just about anything is possible in the days ahead, and while he may have an idea as to who will be dressed for his club on Opening Night come Oct. 14, there is bound to be a surprise or two at some point.

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Photos: Preds Foundation Hosts 11th Annual Brent Peterson Golf Classic

Predators Players, Alumni, Fans on Hand to Raise Money, Support Peterson Foundation for Parkinson's at Annual Golf Tournament

by Brooks Bratten @brooksbratten / Senior Communications & Content Coordinator

Seeing Predators players with golf clubs in their hands before trading those tools in for hockey sticks has become tradition in these parts in mid-September, and the ritual continued on Monday.

The 11th annual First Horizon Brent Peterson Golf Classic was held at the Vanderbilt Legends Club in Franklin, Tennessee, with Preds players, coaches, executives, alumni and fans alike all coming together for one great cause.

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Forsberg Clinic, Preds Foundation Raise $15,000 for Make-A-Wish

Predators Alumni Join Youth Hockey Players at Ford Ice Center Bellevue to Improve Skills, Make Impact in Community

by Justin Hershey @justinhershey26 / NashvillePredators.com

Filip Forsberg Hockey Clinic

Forsberg Hockey Clinic raises money for Make-A-Wish

Preds alumni Hal Gill, Stu Grimson and J-P Dumont help out as the Filip Forsberg Hockey Clinic raises $15,000 for Make-A-Wish Middle Tennessee

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The Nashville heat may still be ever present, but the chill of hockey season was in the air this past Saturday at Ford Ice Center Bellevue for the fourth annual Filip Forsberg Hockey Clinic presented by Delta Dental of Tennessee.

Over 100 youth hockey players ages 7-14 were treated to a day on the ice with several notable Predators alumni, and $15,000 in proceeds went towards the Predators Foundation to benefit Make-A-Wish of Middle Tennessee.

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Smashville Scope: September 1

Tolvanen's Deal, Forsberg's Training, Development Camp Mics and More in This Week's Smashville Scope, Presented by JOCKEY

by Brooks Bratten @brooksbratten / Senior Communications & Content Coordinator

The Smashville Scope presented by JOCKEY prepares fans for the week ahead with news, videos and clips from the past week, plus, game and event info for the next seven days. Use promo code "GOAL" to save 25% on your next JOCKEY purchase

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The final restricted free agent on Nashville's offseason checklist has put pen to paper.

On Monday, Eeli Tolvanen inked a three-year, $4.35 million contract with the Preds, the eighth and final RFA to finalize a deal with the club over the summer months.

Tolvanen joins fellow forwards Rem Pitlick, Mathieu Olivier and Tanner Jeannot, defensemen Dante Fabbro, Jeremy Davies and Ben Harpur, as well as goaltender Juuse Saros, as former RFAs who now own new contracts headed into the 2021-22 season.

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