Fans Return To Smashville For Nashville Predators Home Games In February

Posted on February 5, 2021

Home game attendance is back for the Nashville Predators in the month of February.

The team is selling a limited number of single-game tickets for Bridgestone Arena’s upcoming NHL matchups.

Nashville Predators February home games

The Predators are one of the few NHL franchises offering in-person attendance this season.

The only other teams permitting reduced capacity events are the:

  • Arizona Coyotes
  • Dallas Stars
  • Florida Panthers
  • Tampa Bay Lightning
  • St. Louis Blues

With the safety of patrons in mind, the Predators have worked in conjunction with Bridgestone Arena to implement new Smashville Safe guidelines and have taken the Tennessee Venue Pledge.

Patrons can purchase tickets individually or in multiples at a variety of price tiers – subject to availability.

This season, two-, four- and six-person pods comprise seating throughout the arena. Additionally, the original ticket purchaser must present these non-transferrable tickets at the event.

Tickets for the Predators’ entire February home game schedule are currently available on Ticketmaster.

Six home games take place in February:

DateOpponent
Feb. 8NSH Predators vs. TB Lightning
Feb. 9NSH Predators vs. TB Lightning
Feb. 11NSH Predators vs. DET Red Wings
Feb. 13NSH Predators vs. DET Red Wings
Feb. 27NSH Predators vs. COL Blue Jackets
Feb. 28NSH Predators vs. COL Blue Jackets

Nashville Predators SVP of Ticket Sales, Premium Sales & Youth Hockey Nat Harden said:

“Having provided the opportunity for each of our Season-Ticket Citizens to purchase tickets for this month’s home games through the Loyal Legion Ticket Lottery presented by Tennessee Lottery, we are now thrilled to extend this opportunity to single-game ticket buyers as well. After hosting our Season-Ticket Citizens during our recent homestand against the Blackhawks, the introduction of single-game purchasing opportunities is an exciting step toward the eventual return of the unrivaled Smashville crowds that we have come to know and love.”

The franchise will reevaluate policies and procedures based on the success of February’s events. Recommendations from the Board of Health, Mayor’s Office, NHL and Vanderbilt Health will also be taken into account.

Crowd size and seating pod size will fluctuate accordingly in subsequent months.

Nashville Predators game odds

DraftKings‘ odds for tonight’s away game against the Florida Panthers have the Preds as a slight underdog.

TeamPuck LineTotal GoalsMoneyline
NSH Predators+1.5 (-245)O6 (-103)+115
FLA Panthers-1.5 (+200)U6 (-120)-134

Going into tonight’s game, Nashville has a 4-5-0 season record, situating the team seventh in the Central Division.

The team faced a handful of disappointing early-season losses. As a result, they have slipped to +1300 odds of winning the division and +1800 odds of reaching the finals on DraftKings.

The Preds currently sit at +3700 odds of winning the coveted Stanley Cup in May, a shift from initial pre-season odds of +2800.

Photo by Associated Press
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