NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Predators fans are getting ready for game 6 Monday night against the Vancouver Canucks. Fans were already showing up at Bridgestone arena 12 hours before the game was scheduled to start.
"I can't wait for the game," said Ed Causyn of New York.
Causyn and his family spent all night driving to Nashville to see the Preds take on the Canucks.
"I love the Predators. I wouldn't miss this for nothing," said Causyn.
The Predators plan to hold a lottery and sell a certain number of tickets for $10 each at 10 a.m. at the Bridgestone Box office. The arena is expected to sell out by the time the game starts. As of Monday morning, regular priced tickets were still available, including a pair of center ice front row seats selling for $750.
Facing elimination in Game 5 at Vancouver's Rogers Arena on Saturday, the Preds beat the Canucks 4-3.
The hope is that Nashville, which lost both previous games at Bridgestone Arena, can turn things around and win a playoff game at home. The Nashville team will be trying to force the first Game 7 in franchise history.