Found November 10, 2012 on Section 303:
It wasn’t NHL hockey but the fans came out in droves anyway.Just shy of 800 people packed into Rink 1 at A-Game Sportsplex to take in a game between the Nashville Predators alumni and the St. Louis Blues alumni. The home team brought home the victory, 9-8.The event was put on not only to give fans in Middle Tennessee some hockey but also to benefit victims of Superstorm Sandy. The hurricane, nor’easter hybrid pulverized the New York/New Jersey area early last week. Tonight’s game was free for attendees but brought in a whopping $3,300 for the cause.“It was a $5 suggested donation at the door but a lot of fans gave more,” Predators Corporate Coordination Coordinator Jessica Jones said. “Some donated above and beyond. Even some of the players.”Brian Poile and JP Dumont led the way for Nashville with two goals and an assist each but former Blue and Phoenix Coyote forward Tyson Nash tallied three goals and an assist en route to MVP honors. His trophy? A Stu Grimson signed photo and a pi...
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