Nashville Predators take win in Law Enforcement Appreciation game

On a night dedicated to honoring law enforcement officers at
Bridgestone Arena, the Nashville Predators ended a five-game losing streak by
beating the Minnesota Wild 3-0 on Saturday, January 16. Before the game, fans interacted with the
Davidson County (TN) Sheriff’s Department Mobile Booking and Jail vehicle. The
Metro-Nashville (TN) Police Department had their Bomb Disposal Vehicle on hand
and the Tennessee Crime Stoppers and Metro Nashville Police Department, along
with other law enforcement agencies, had display tables along the concourse featuring
career opportunities and interactions with the general public.
The
Metro Nashville
Police Department Honor Guard presented the
colors during the National Anthem. A pre-game ceremony honored Brentwood (TN)
Police Department Lieutenant John Wood and Murfreesboro (TN) Police Department
Officer Haley Alden, who received the Remington Heroes Award for the heroic
service they have provided to their respective communities.
The National
Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund would like to thank AJ Rockwell, Marty Mulford and
the Nashville Predators group sales and ticketing department, as well as the
Tennessee Association of Chiefs of Police for their assistance in organizing
this event.