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The Nashville Predators are motivated to bring joy to their city after a shooting that left four people dead on May 31.
The tragedy, which occurred at a Waffle House in Antioch, Tennessee, left the city of Nashville shaken. In the days following the shooting, the Predators organization has worked to provide comfort and support to their community.
On June 1, the Predators held a moment of silence for the victims and their families before their first home game against the Winnipeg Jets. Players wore helmets featuring an orange ribbon in honor of the victims and orange ribbons were distributed throughout the city.
The team has also worked to provide emotional and financial support to those affected by the shooting. On June 6, the Predators held a special ceremony to honor the victims and their families. The team also donated $10,000 to the victims’ families, which was matched by the NHL.
The Predators’ players have also been vocal in their support for the victims and their families. Captain Roman Josi, who is from Switzerland, said, “It hits close to home for us. We want to do our best for the people of Nashville.”
The Predators are determined to bring joy to their city in the wake of tragedy. They have worked to provide emotional and financial support to the victims and their families, and to honor them during their home games. Through their actions, the Predators are showing that they are dedicated to the city of Nashville and its people.