Nashville Predators Montreal Tickets
The Nashville Predators is an up and coming side that is still trying to find consistency on the ice. They were created in 1997 and have managed to qualify for the playoffs eight times. They have also posted winning season records ten times to date, with their best finish coming in 2012 when they managed to get to the second round of the playoffs for only the second time in their history. Now they are preparing to face the Montreal Canadiens soon in a very important game. Much is expected from the team, and this is your chance to book Nashville Predators Montreal tickets to see if they deliver in this particular game live at the Centre Bell.
The Nashville Predators is a relatively young team, and as such is still finding its place in the league. They have improved over the years and in recent seasons they have shown signs they are on their way to becoming a top team. Last season they added a few quality players to their squad and that bodes well for the Predators’ future.
In the Beginning
The Predators were created in 1997 and started playing in the NHL a year later. The people of Nashville had been working hard to bring a sports franchise to the city for quite a few years, and the construction of the Nashville Arena in 1996 prompted them to double their efforts.
The NHL decided to award a team to the city in the 1997 expansion draft and later that year, the owners released the iconic Saber-toothed cat logo for the new franchise. A name the team contest was also held and after considering over seventy five different titles, the management settled on calling the side Predators.
Eye on the Prize
The Predators have currently focused all of their energies on winning a major title and building up their squad for future glories. To date they have made it to the playoffs eight times and are expected to challenge on all fronts this year as well. If you want to see them in action for yourself, then get your Nashville Predators Montreal tickets and enjoy the experience, live at the Centre Bell.