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08-20-2010, 05:53 PM
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How about "Oldtimers Nite in Smashville"

OldTimers Nite in Smashville: I think it’s about time

Oldtimers Day, a baseball-related ritual where teams bring back their players from bygone years to stir memories from fans, would be a great idea for the Preds next year.

Devote an entire day to it:
Reunite the old Pred band “Offside” featuring Denny Lambert and Sebastian Bordeleau and have them play outside in the late afternoon at a pre-game party. They can play the greatest hits from their CD “Check Please”

Check Please - Song List:
1. Opening Montage
2. I Am a Predator - Ted Nugent (live)
3. First, the (first ever franchise shutout vs. phoenix January 15, 1999)
4. Ready to Go - Republica
5. Stonewalled (first ever franchise shutout vs. phoenix January 15, 1999)
6. Takin' Care of Business - Offside
7. Cliff Ronning Goes Goal Crazy
8. Hockey Tonk - Delbert McClinton
9. Beating the Best (down goes Detroit & Washington)
10. New Sensation - INXS
11. Intermission
12. Sweet Home Alabama - Offside
13. I Like It, I Love It - Tim McGraw (Nashville predators version)
14. Save Dunham
15. Keep Your Hands to Yourself - Offside
16. O.T. Thriller vs. New Jersey January 30, 1999
17. Predator Stomp, The - Leo M.C.
18. Teamwork
19. Stick It to em Boys - Mary Sue Englund
20. Goal Predators
21. Rock & Roll Part 2 - Alphabet City All-Stars
22. Closing Time - Offside

Make it “Throwback Jersey Nite” and ask fans to wear jersey’s from ex-preds.

Have a pre-game ceremony where they introduce past players, show old highlights, and field two teams of ex-preds.

Play a short Oldtimers Game where they play against each other for fun.

Then play the regulation game

Throw more old highlights in thru-out the game along with cameo Megatron shots of ex-preds in their suites watching the game.

It would be big time fun and great for past and present players. We have a short but fun history. We should celebrate it.

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