This Month in SMASHVILLE History: October | #childpredator | #onlinepredator | #sextrafficing

October 13

Bridgestone Arena was named the Venue of the Year by the International Entertainment Buyers Association (IEBA) during its annual honors and awards ceremony.

October 29 

The Predators announced an executive leadership transition that saw Jeff Cogen step down as CEO and President/COO Sean Henry assume the role, effective Dec. 1, 2015. 

October 21

ESPN released its annual “Ultimate Standings” report, with the Predators ranking first overall in the categories of fan relations, affordability and stadium experience. Overall, the club is second out of 30 NHL teams and sixth out of all 122 professional sports teams throughout the NHL, NFL, MLB and NBA.

October 10

In front of a sold-out crowd at Bridgestone Arena, the 2017 Western Conference Championship banner, the first in franchise history, was raised to the rafters. 

October 23

ESPN named the Nashville Predators their No. 1 franchise in professional sports across all categories, including value, fan experience and online content.

October 9

Prior to their home opener against Calgary, the Predators raised banners commemorating their Presidents’ Trophy, Central Division title and regular-season Western Conference championship from the 2017-18 campaign.

October 12

The Predators opened their second twin-rink facility in the Middle Tennessee area, Ford Ice Center Bellevue.

The Predators also signed Roman Josi to an eight-year, $72.472 million contract that will keep the team’s captain in Nashville through 2027-28.

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