Nashville Predators Playoff Tickets
Team: Nashville Predators
Home Arena: Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tenn.
Division: Central Division of the Western Conference
Western Conference Championships: 1 (2016–17)
Rivals: Vancouver Canucks, St. Louis Blues, Minnesota Wild, Anaheim Ducks, Chicago Blackhawks
Nashville Predators Playoff TicketsFormed in 1998, the Nashville Predators play in the Central Division of the NHL's Western Conference. While the team is relatively young for an NHL franchise, Nashville has already embraced the Predators. Much of the Predator's diehard fanbase was established during the team's improbable playoff run in 2017. Even though the team finished with just the eighth-best record in the Western Conference, they made it all the way to the Stanely Cup Finals. Former Predators Bill Houlder and Greg Johnson were inducted into the Northwest Ontario Sports Hall of Fame. The Predators lost that series 4-2 to the Pittsburg Penguins; however, they established themselves as a force to be reckoned with. Nashville has made the playoffs each year since and is in good shape to repeat again this year. Get your Nashville Predators' playoff tickets at StubHub.
Where can I get tickets to a Nashville Predators' playoff game?You can purchase Nashville Predators' playoff tickets online at StubHub. You can shop with confidence knowing that your purchase will be backed up by the FanProtect guarantee. The tickets with your choice of seating will immediately appear in your email inbox. You can shop for your Nashville Predators playoff tickets at stubhub.com or via the StubHub mobile app.
How much are Nashville Predators' playoff tickets?The price of Nashville Predators' playoff tickets varies depending on several variables. The price is dependent upon who the team is going up against and how close to the ice the seats are. Since demand is higher, postseason tickets are generally more expensive that regular season tickets.
Who are the Nashville Predators’ biggest rivals in their conference?The Detroit Red Wings outshined the Nashville Predators until 2012 when the Nashville Predators defeated them in the first round of the playoffs. Shortly afterward, the Red Wings moved to the Eastern Conference. Since then, the St. Louis Blues have emerged as the next big rival. The Nashville Predators defeated the Blues in the Stanley Cup Playoffs in 2018. However, St. Louis rebounded strong last year to win the Stanely Cup.
Who is the Nashville Predators’ head coach?Peter Laviolette, the Nashville Predators' head coach, previously coached the New York Islanders, Carolina Hurricanes and Philadelphia Flyers. He delivered a Stanley Cup victory to the Hurricanes in 2006. His Philadelphia Flyers played in the Stanley Cup Finals in 2010.
Have the Nashville Predators ever won an NHL championship?The Predators have yet to win the Stanley Cup. They came the closest to winning it all in 2017 when they made their only finals appearance. While Nashville has yet to get over the hump, it has been one of the most consistent teams over the past decade. In the last 10 years, the Predators have appeared in all but two postseasons.
Who are some notable players from the Nashville Predators?The Nashville Predators' Mathieu Olivier has been a standout right wing since joining the league in 2018. He is joined by Viktor Arvidsson, who led the Predators in goals last season with 34. Overall, the Predators are known for winning through excellent teamwork rather than star players.
How big is the Nashville Predators' Bridgestone Arena?The Bridgestone Arena seats 20,000 fans in tiered seating from the premium lower and lower levels to the balcony and below balcony. Lower bowl, Concourse, and Mezzanine tickets are closer to the ice that the Shoot Once Club and Sprint Club seats. Tickets are also available in the end sections.
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