Saturday, April 14, 2012

There are plenty of away game viewing party locations set for the Predators-Red Wings series

There is no shortage of locations to gather together with like-minded hockey fans for Sunday's rare morning puck drop for game three in the Predators-Red Wings opening round playoff series being broadcast from Joe Louis Arena in Detroit.

O'Charley's locations are always the official location for games, but plenty have been added so that there is a watch party convenient for almost everyone in the Nashville area.

The contest will be broadcast nationwide via NBC at 11 a.m. CDT and will be followed by Pittsburgh traveling to Philadelphia for game three in their series.

Make the jump for all the viewing spots for Predators;

-Multiple Middle Tennessee viewing locations set for First Round away game action-

Nashville, Tenn. (April 13, 2012) – When the Nashville Predators face off against the Detroit Red Wings at Joe Louis Arena for Games Three and Four of the Western Conference Quarterfinals, Middle Tennessee fans will have several locations where they can gather to catch the games.

O’Charley’s continues to be the Official Away Game Viewing Headquarters of the Nashville Predators through the Stanley Cup Playoffs but if you’re looking for additional places to watch the game with fellow fans closer to home, the Preds have you covered in all areas of town.

Fans in the Brentwood and Franklin area can head to Drake’s (553 Cool Springs Boulevard, Franklin) or Brewhouse South (1885 Galleria Blvd, Franklin) for the Section 303 watch party; Green Hills residents can congregate at Crow’s Nest (2221 Bandywood Dr, Nashville); East Nashville supporters are invited to Village Pub and Beer Garden (1308 McGavock Pk, Nashville); those in the Downtown area can head to Tequila Cowboy (305 Broadway, Nashville) or Riverfront Tavern (101 Church Street, Nashville ); Midtown residents can watch the game at Jed’s (114 28th Avenue North, Nashville); Murfreesboro residents can head to Sam’s Sports Grill (1720 Old Fort Parkway, Murfreesboro); and fans from Cookeville can stop by Spankies Restaurant to catch all the action.

Game Three kicks off on Sunday at 11 a.m. and will broadcast on 102.5 The Game and be nationally televised on NBC (Comcast 1004 HD, 4 SD). Game Four is set for Tuesday, April 17 at 6:30 p.m. (102.5 The Game, SportSouth - Comcast channel 1676 HD, 26 SD).

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