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The lockout affects the game of hockey and many people financially. But on a much lighter note, if you are like myself and like to listen to the music played by the Nashville Predators DJ at Bridgestone Arena on gamenights, you are not able to hear it, until now...
Earlier this week, the Predators created a "Spotify" playlist that allows fans to listen to many of the songs played throughout the game. Included in this playlist is the one and only "Run This Town Remix" that pumps up Smashville every pregame before the teams come out onto the ice. Listen to the song below.
Here is the playlist made by the Predators. You can listen to it by downloading Spotify and following the easy steps. Enjoy the reminders of game-day at 501 Broadway. Stay fresh because once hockey returns, the team will need the fans.
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The National Hockey League announced Friday afternoon the cancellation of all November games. The Nashville Predators lose an extra thirteen games after the cancellation of all October games, announced by the NHL last week.
Nashville has lost a total of 23 games because of the lockout. If there is no movement in terms of finding a new Collective Bargaining Agreement...