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Paranoid Android 11-02-2012 02:13 PM

Nashville Predators And St. Louis Blues Alumni Game @ A-Game Sportsplex Nov 10
 
http://predators.nhl.com/club/news.h...id=DL|NSH|home

-- Proceeds To Benefit Hurricane Sandy Relief Work and Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt --

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Notable Predators alumni/coaches:

J-P Dumont – 822 NHL games played with Nashville, Chicago and Buffalo

Stu Grimson – Predators Radio Color Commentator, 722 NHL games played with Nashville, Calgary, Chicago, Anaheim, Detroit, Hartford/Carolina and Los Angeles.

Lane Lambert – Predators Assistant Coach, 283 NHL games played with Detroit, NY Rangers and Quebec

Dan Keczmer – 235 NHL games played with Nashville, Minnesota/Dallas, Hartford and Calgary

Predators TV Color Commentator Terry Crisp and Hockey Operations Advisor Brent Peterson will be behind the bench for the Predators alumni squad.

Notable Blues alumni:

Kelly Chase – Blues radio analyst, 458 NHL games played with St. Louis and Hartford

Tyson Nash – Phoenix Coyotes radio analyst, 374 NHL games played with St. Louis and Phoenix

Darren Pang – TV analyst for the Blues, TSN and NBC Sports, 81 NHL games played with Chicago

Bob Plager – Blues community relations department/Blues Radio, 644 NHL games with NY Rangers and St. Louis

Jeff Brown – Head Coach of the NAHL’s St. Louis Bandits, 747 NHL games with Quebec, St. Louis, Vancouver, Hartford, Carolina, Toronto and Washington.

Adz 11-02-2012 02:22 PM

Wish I could go to that, but I have other plans for that day. Wonder if they'd consider making up a donation site online?

glenngineer 11-02-2012 05:32 PM

I had heard a rumor that MacInnis might be there but seeing the list I doubt it...lol.

AdmiralsFan24 11-02-2012 06:02 PM

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Originally Posted by Hatrick Pornqvist (Post 55471045)
I had heard a rumor that MacInnis might be there but seeing the list I doubt it...lol.

Your username. :laugh:

adsfan 11-03-2012 06:40 AM

Run Pang and start a brawl! Old Time Hockey!:naughty:

TMI 11-05-2012 10:56 AM

If I can find someone to cover the last hour of my shift that day I'll make it out.

Predarat 11-07-2012 10:06 AM

Is that place going to be big enough for the turnout?

AtlantaWhaler 11-07-2012 11:00 AM

Kelly Chase FTW! Nice :)

Seth Lake 11-10-2012 12:02 AM

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Originally Posted by Hatrick Pornqvist (Post 55471045)
I had heard a rumor that MacInnis might be there but seeing the list I doubt it...lol.

I believe Al MacInnis will be there, but a rumor I heard tonight was that Chris Pronger might be as well. Not sure about that one though...isn't he still active on the Flyers roster?

Paranoid Android 11-10-2012 06:45 PM

Man wish I was there. Didn't know there'd be so many locals I know. Keep the twitter updates coming!

PredsV82 11-11-2012 07:54 AM

Could anyone who was there post a recap? Thanks in advance....

cleangene 11-11-2012 07:37 PM

A night of being happy with PREDS hockey again for me. First off, the place was JAMMED. Of course, it's a smaller place, but looking down from the top row it was like looking down on one of those tiny barns Hockey Night in Canada shows during their "Hockey Day in Canada" coverage. Play-by-play guy Tom Callahan was between the pipes for the Alumni Preds- at one point after allowing a softie, Coach Terry Crisp came on the ice to show him how to hug the post better. Grim Reaper actually dropped the gloves (sorry I can't remember the blues alum who was his opponent) only to hug his rival after they cleared away the gloves. They were then seen playing cards and eating pizza in the penalty box. Brian Pole delighted his Dad in the crowd by scoring a breakaway and another goal, but failing on a penalty shot. My moment of magic came twice after "Number 71, J. P. DUUUUUUUUUUMONT" found the back of the net twice. Oh yes, 303 crew members didn't miss a beat from their time away with a "We Want Gretzky" chant directed towards the guys from st. loser. The PREDS alum actually "won" by a 9-8 margin, but by being back in a NASHVILLE PREDATORS hockey environment, I felt I achieved the real victory.

PredsV82 11-12-2012 12:12 PM

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Originally Posted by cleangene (Post 55701493)
A night of being happy with PREDS hockey again for me. First off, the place was JAMMED. Of course, it's a smaller place, but looking down from the top row it was like looking down on one of those tiny barns Hockey Night in Canada shows during their "Hockey Day in Canada" coverage. Play-by-play guy Tom Callahan was between the pipes for the Alumni Preds- at one point after allowing a softie, Coach Terry Crisp came on the ice to show him how to hug the post better. Grim Reaper actually dropped the gloves (sorry I can't remember the blues alum who was his opponent) only to hug his rival after they cleared away the gloves. They were then seen playing cards and eating pizza in the penalty box. Brian Pole delighted his Dad in the crowd by scoring a breakaway and another goal, but failing on a penalty shot. My moment of magic came twice after "Number 71, J. P. DUUUUUUUUUUMONT" found the back of the net twice. Oh yes, 303 crew members didn't miss a beat from their time away with a "We Want Gretzky" chant directed towards the guys from st. loser. The PREDS alum actually "won" by a 9-8 margin, but by being back in a NASHVILLE PREDATORS hockey environment, I felt I achieved the real victory.


It was Reed Low. and three words.... You. Lucky. Dog.


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