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Make sure you attend the Preds’ NHL Awards Viewing Party TONIGHT!
- Updated: June 22, 2011
NASHVILLE PREDATORS ROLL OUT THE RED CARPET THIS WEDNESDAY FOR THE 2011 NHL AWARDS
-Viewing party highlighted by a franchise-record four Preds nominees, red carpet entrance, live broadcast from 104.5 The Zone, “You Pick ‘Em” contest and more-
Nashville, Tenn. (June 20, 2011) – When the National Hockey League rolls out the red carpet this Wednesday, June 22 amidst bright lights, glitz and glamour of the Palms Hotel in Las Vegas for the 2011 NHL Awards, the Nashville Predators will be rolling out a red carpet of their own for a special NHL Awards viewing party at Brewhouse South (2855 Galleria Blvd., Franklin) beginning at 4:30 p.m.
Highlighted by four Nashville Predators nominees in David Poile (General Manager of the Year), Barry Trotz (Jack Adams Award – Coach of the Year), Shea Weber (Norris Trophy – Top Defenseman) and Pekka Rinne (Vezina Trophy – Top Goaltender), the event kicks off with games, prizes and a red carpet roll out at 4:30 p.m. Predators on-air personalities, mascot GNASH and the Nashville Predators Dancers will be on-hand for the festivities with Wade Belak, Tom Callahan, Willie Daunic, Stu Grimson and Pete Weber broadcasting live from Brewhouse South on 104.5 The Zone from 3-7 p.m.
Think you can name all of the night’s winners? Enter the “You Pick ‘Em” contest by 6 p.m. to be eligible for a special Grand Prize, announced at the end of the awards program. Other activities from the night include an autograph signing with Wade Belak, complimentary photographs on the red carpet from Schenk Photography, player cutouts for photo ops and much more. Seating capacity is limited to make sure to get there early to secure a seat.
The stars of the NHL come together with celebrities from music, stage and screen for a celebration of hockey at the star-studded 2011 NHL Awards on Wednesday, June 22, at the Pearl Concert Theater inside the Palms Hotel in Las Vegas. It is the third straight year the NHL has feted the best hockey players in the world at The Palms Hotel in Las Vegas. The 2011 NHL Awards broadcast on VERSUS (Comcast channel 206 HD, 50 SD) from 6-8 p.m. CT.