Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Top Ten Moments in Predators History Airs Tonight

Tonight at 9:00 after the game against Philadelphia, FS-Tennessee will air a segment on the Top 10 Moments in the history of the Nashville Predators. I've compiled a list of a few things that could possibly be on there(This list is in no particular order). Feel free to comment below and have your say in what you think might be on there.

-May 4th, 1998 when Nashville was announced as the 27th franchise in NHL history.

-First game in franchise history on October 10th, 1998.

-First playoff series vs. Detroit in 2004.

-The signing of free agent Paul Kariya in 2005.

-The trade to acquire Peter Forsberg in 2007.

-Peter Forsberg's first goal in a Preds uniform in overtime vs. Detroit on February 24, 2007.

-Shea Weber being named Captain in the summer of 2010.

-Shea Weber and Ryan Suter in the 2010 Gold Medal Game in the Winter Olympics

-Franchise record for points in a season in 2006-07 with 110.

-August 1st 2007 when Craig Leipold signed a letter of intent to sell the team.

-December 7, 2007 when sale of the team was finalized to the new ownership group.

-Preds give away Game 5 in 2010 playoffs vs. Chicago.

-Alexander Radulov leaves team, despite contract, and heads to play in the KHL.

Information for this came from the history page on the Predators website. What do you think will be on the list?

6 comments:

  1. Must include the summer 2007 rally to save the team for Nashville, including Governor Phil brandishing the "Keep Your Damn Hands Off" placard.

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  2. Legwand scores on the first overtime penalty shot in NHL history.
    Cisar

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  3. That's a good one. Or when he scored 6 seconds into overtime.

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  4. Legwand's hat trick on mouse pad night.

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  5. Good choice that was a fun night.

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