Country Stars Proud of Nashville Predators Historic Stanley Cup Bid

The Music City pulled out all the stops to prove they were a hockey town.

By Robyn Collins

The Nashville Predators may have lost in the 6th game of the Stanley Cup Finals, but Smashville will never be the same.

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After several controversial calls, the Pittsburgh Penguins went home with the Stanley Cup, defeating the Preds 1-0. Despite the loss, country stars remain proud of their hometown team.

Luke Bryan provided more ongoing support.

 

Dierks Bentley, who plays amateur hockey during his down time, also expressed his Nashville pride.

The Tennessee Titans football team were big fans of their home team throughout the postseason and even brought catfish to some of the games.

Trisha Yearwood, who delivered the Star Spangled Banner at one game, also tweeted.

Here’s what Chris Young and Lindsay Ell had to say.

Noticeably quiet, Carrie Underwood hasn’t posted anything yet, but she did joke earlier in the week that she might need someone to take away her Twitter privileges.

The Music City pulled out all the stops to prove they were a hockey town. Each game of the postseason has been sold out. Country’s biggest superstars have been delivering the National Anthem at home games. Perhaps the strongest performance was Faith Hill’s rendition of the patriotic song as the final game.

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