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Terms of the deal were not disclosed. The agreement had lasted little more than two years when the Predators sued the Sommet Group on November 25, for breach of contract, alleging the latter had failed to make numerous payments under the naming rights agreement.

As part of the suit, the Predators stated intentions to seek a new title sponsor for the arena. Unlike the Gaylord parting-of-ways, Sommet Group's name was stripped from all signage inside and outside the arena as soon as the team was legally allowed to do so.

The building briefly resumed using the Nashville Arena moniker until February 23, , when it was announced that the Predators had signed a naming rights deal with Nashville-based Bridgestone Americas, Inc.

The arena became known as Bridgestone Arena. In the summer of a number of renovations were made to what was then called the Sommet Center at a cost of several million dollars.

During the summer of , a new NHL-mandated ice and dasherboard system was constructed and installed in the arena. In addition, the south side of the upper concourse was redesigned as a "fan zone".

The wall separating the arena and that part of the upper concourse was removed. In the summer of , the Predators began replacing all of the arena's seating. This project was completed in Summer of In the summer of , the jumbotron was removed and is being replaced with a new one that will stretch from blue line to blue line.

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For the second year in a row, and the second time in the team's history, the Predators won a first-round series in the Stanley Cup playoffs, defeating the Red Wings in a best-of-seven series 4—1.

The following —13 season as a result of the —13 NHL lockout. The Predators failed to qualify for the playoffs in the shortened season, the first time they failed to do so since the season.

The offer sheet was the richest in NHL history in terms of total money, money per season, and length, surpassing the previous offer sheet record set by Thomas Vanek. The following season saw the departure of center David Legwand , the first player ever drafted by the Predators, the club's all-time leading scorer, and was co-leading scorer for the season at the time.

Agreeing to waive his " no-trade clause ", he was traded on March 5, , to his hometown team, the Detroit Red Wings, in exchange for prospect forward Calle Jarnkrok , forward Patrick Eaves and a third-round pick in the upcoming NHL Entry Draft.

On May 6, , the Predators announced Peter Laviolette as their new head coach. In Peter Laviolette's first season as the Predators' head coach, the Predators finished second in the Central Division.

Despite having home advantage in the first round of the playoffs , they lost the first round in six games to the Chicago Blackhawks, who went on to win the Stanley Cup. For the following —16 season, the Predators finished as the Western Conference's first wild-card, earning 96 points.

When they advanced to the second-round after beating the Anaheim Ducks in Game 7, it was the franchise's first seven-game series and seven-game series win.

They were eliminated in seven games by the San Jose Sharks, who went on to win the conference. In the off-season, on June 29, , the Predators traded Weber to the Montreal Canadiens in exchange for defenseman P.

The trade surprised many hockey fans because the details to this trade were kept strictly confidential until the deal was already made. On September 7, , the Predators announced Mike Fisher would replace Weber as the sixth captain of the club.

In the —17 season, the Predators finished fourth in the Central Division with 94 points, which earned them the second wild card spot in the Western Conference.

The —17 season marked the first time the Predators sold out all 41 regular season home games. Their eighth-place finish in the conference gave them a first-round Stanley Cup playoff matchup against the Chicago Blackhawks, who finished first in the conference during the regular season.

The Predators swept the Blackhawks in four games. This was the first time that an eighth seed swept a playoff series against the top seed in the conference in NHL history as well as the first time that there had been a sweep by an eighth seed against a top seed in a best-of-seven playoff series in the history of North American major league professional sports.

Louis Blues in six games, marking the first time the team advanced to the Western Conference Finals. On May 16, the Predators became the first team in 20 years since the Detroit Red Wings in to achieve ten-straight wins at home in the postseason.

Returning to Pittsburgh, the Predators lost 6—0 before being eliminated at home 2—0 in game 6. On April 5, , the Predators clinched their first division title in team history while also claiming their first Presidents' Trophy.

The Nashville Predators have played their home games at Bridgestone Arena since their inaugural season in Opened in , Bridgestone Arena is a multi-purpose venue in downtown Nashville.

The Predators' practice facility is located at Centennial Sportsplex , a multi-use athletic complex located next to Centennial Park. Fans of the Nashville Predators have modified the octopus-throwing tradition of Detroit Red Wings fans to show their support: on occasion, a fan will throw a catfish onto the ice.

The Tennessean newspaper of Nashville cites the first instance of this as being on October 30, Section is where a section of fans at the Bridgestone Arena sit, stand, and cheer, colloquially known as The Cellblock.

The group refers to themselves as "the loudest section of the loudest arena in the NHL. A large banner was produced by the front office for posting on the wall behind the section. On April 3, , with the Predators clinging to a 3—2 lead with in their final home game of the regular season, a sellout crowd at what was then known as the Sommet Center , gave the team a standing ovation through the entirety of the final TV timeout.

The Predators went on to win the game against the St. Louis Blues and advanced to the playoffs that year , where the "standing O" during the final TV timeout has since become a fan tradition.

The mascot of the Predators is Gnash , a blue saber-toothed cat. Introduced in , Gnash's trademark includes stunts, such as very fast rappels, zip lines, and a pendulum swing that takes him under the scoreboard and just inches off the ice.

To go along with the saber-toothed cat mascot, Predators fans proudly use their Fang Fingers during each power play of the game. There are foam saber-fang gloves that can be purchased, but most fans simply curl their index and middle fingers on each hand into fang shapes and brandish them in an up-and-down motion.

Fang Fingers are done to the horror sounds from the Alfred Hitchcock movie, Psycho. Fans are also known for a variety of chants taunting players of the opposing team, particularly the goalie. For example, after each Predators goal, fans call the opposing goalie's name, accompanied by shouts of "It's all your fault" and other epithets.

This has contributed to the team also being called "Smashville". For the —12 season, the Nashville Predators changed their jersey design and color scheme.

The home jerseys are a bright gold with navy and white highlights, while the away jerseys are white with gold and navy highlights.

Furthermore, the Predators changed their logo, making it purely white, gold and navy. The jerseys have a guitar pick on the shoulder with the Tennessee state tri-star inside it, lines reminiscent of guitar strings on the numbers, and piano keys along the neck line inside the jersey as a nod to Nashville's internationally-known music heritage.

From the —17 season gold helmets became a permanent part of the home uniform. In the —18 season the Predators changed their uniform style to fit with the new Adidas template.

While the gold home uniforms received minimal alterations, the away white uniforms featured more gold accents in the sleeves, shoulders and tail while navy was relegated to trim color.

The franchise was initially owned by a group led by Craig Leipold. On June 23, information was leaked by several sources indicating that Leipold no longer wanted to sell the Predators to Balsillie.

Del Biaggio had entered an agreement two years earlier, in , to purchase the Pittsburgh Penguins , but the club backed out of the deal after it won the NHL draft lottery and took Sidney Crosby with the first overall pick.

On July 19, , a group of local business owners known as Our Team Nashville held a rally at the Sommet Center to encourage fans to buy season tickets in order to help the Predators meet the attendance figures needed to keep the team in Nashville.

They drew approximately 7, fans and sold the equivalent of full season tickets during the rally. On August 1, , the group released a letter of intent from Craig Leipold. The sale of the Predators to the Tennessee -based group included Del Biaggio, who had been trying to move the team to Kansas City.

In June , Del Biaggio ran into legal trouble over a multitude of unpaid loans, culminating in his filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Under United States bankruptcy law , a trustee was appointed to sell Del Biaggio's assets, including his stake in the Predators, to pay off his creditors.

On March 1, , during the —10 season, the Predator's front office saw Freeman stepped down as chairman of the Nashville Predators in favor of Thomas Cigarran. His claim was that his ownership stake has been improperly diluted by Cigarran failing to notify him of capital calls , and that he had not received loan guaranty fees that the ownership group had agreed to pay him.

The dispute was sent to court-ordered arbitration on July 29, , under the supervision of NHL commissioner Gary Bettman. This is a partial list of the last five seasons completed by the Predators.

For the full season-by-season history, see List of Nashville Predators seasons. Other than 99, retired league-wide to honor Wayne Gretzky in , there are no retired Predators numbers.

Updated July 1, [53] [54]. These are the top-ten point-scorers, goal scorers, and assist leaders in franchise regular season history.

Figures are updated after each completed NHL regular season. Clarence S. Campbell Bowl. Presidents' Trophy. Lester Patrick Trophy. Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy.

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Pittsburgh Penguins. Peter See more where do the predators play. They will where do the predators play take on the physical identity of other victims — using their pictures and video. The Predators, in their first year of existence, finished second-to-last in the Western Conference with a 28—47—7 record. Keep up with the abbreviations kids use — they keep changing! To begin the —01 season, the Predators played two games in Japan against the Pittsburgh Penguins. Smithers, British Columbia.

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