Thursday, November 15, 2012

0 Predators, Blues hold alumni game for charity

By Justin Koehn

On November 10th, the Predators and Blues alumni played a game at A-Game Sportsplex in Franklin in front of hundreds of anxious fans ready to get back to watching hockey. All proceeds from the event were to be donated to Hurricane Sandy relief and to the Monroe Carrel Jr. Children's Hospital, in which they raised over $4000.

The Preds alumni were under the coaching of Terry Crisp and Brent Peterson, while the Blues alumni was coached under Darren Pang. Some familiar faces of the Predators alumni that were present included J-P Dumont, Tom Callahan, as well as Stu Grimson. Callahan rocked the goalie position and led the Predators to a 9-8 victory over the Blues.

Below is a short video the Predators (www.nashvillepredators.com) posted to their website earlier:



Just watching this really makes me want the NHL season to start. I am really tired of seeing this:

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