Nashville Predators

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The Nashville Predators are a hockey team based in Nashville, Tennessee. They are members of the Central Division of the Western Conference of the National Hockey League (NHL). The Predators were founded in 1998, although they have not gained a large following. The Predators were sold in late 2007 to a group of local merchants and residents of Nashville, after the sale of the team to Canadian Jim Balsillie, the co-CEO of Research in Motion (RIM) fell through. The Predators play at the Sommet Center.

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Roster

Goalkeepers

  • 39 - Dan Ellis
  • 35 - Pekka Rinne

Defensemen

  • 7 - Greg de Vries
  • 2 - Dan Hamhuis
  • 8 - Kevin Klein
  • 4 - Ville Koistinen
  • 20 - Ryan Suter
  • 6 - Shea Weber
  • 5 - Greg Zanon

Forwards

  • 19 - Jason Arnott
  • 3 - Wade Belak
  • 14 - Radek Bonk
  • 71 - J. P. Dumont
  • 10 - Martin Erat
  • 38 - Vernon Fiddler
  • 11 - David Legwand
  • 12 - Scott Nichol
  • 42 - Antti Pihlstrom
  • 25 - Jerred Smithson
  • 26 - Steve Sullivan
  • 22 - Jordin Tootoo
  • 29 - Joel Ward

Team's Official Website

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