Happy Thanksgiving, Nashville – the rink is flooded. The NHL has announced that due to a water main break in the Bridgestone Arena, today’s game between the Nashville Predators and the Colorado Avalanche will be postponed. There has not yet been a makeup date announced.
The “significant impact” on the event level has even put tomorrow’s game against the Columbus Blue Jackets in jeopardy, although the league has not made a decision yet on whether it will be successful.
That means it could be a rather significant break for the Predators, who last played on Wednesday and wouldn’t play again until Tuesday if tomorrow’s match is also postponed. With that much time off now, it just means that later down the road the schedule will be even tighter.
After losing on Wednesday, Nashville is now treading water with a 9-9-2 record and sits sixth in the Central Division.
Colorado, meanwhile, got the rare opportunity of spending Thanksgiving in a Nashville hotel – flying in, staying overnight and now leaving for their home game against the Dallas Stars tomorrow night.