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Nashville Predators release the 2024-25 NHL regular season schedule

The Preds are back at Bridgestone Arena competing against the Dallas Stars on Thursday, Oct. 10 + marking the start of the team’s 27th year in the NHL franchise.

Eleven Nashville Predators in uniform skate across the center of the ice with a full crowd in the stands in the background.

Raise your hand if you’re ready to see a sea of gold on home ice already. | Photo via the Nashville Predators

It might be the offseason, but there’s no need to break the ice bringing up the Nashville Predators in conversation. From trades to the NHL Draft, the team has already been the talk of the town in the last week.

Most recently, the Preds shared their 2024-25 season schedule, which begins with a faceoff at Bridgestone Arena on Thursday, Oct. 10 against the Dallas Stars.

Order your gold gear before single-game tickets go on sale Wednesday, Aug. 28, then pencil in these other important dates:

  • Nashville hosts the league’s newest team for their first game of the season | Utah Hockey Club (Nov. 9)
  • Rivalry matchups | Chicago Blackhawks (Jan. 16) and Minnesota Wild (Jan. 18)
  • NHL 4 Nations Face-Off tournament break | Feb. 12-20
  • Final regular season showdown | Dallas Stars (April 16)

Review the schedule.

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