NASHVILLE, Tenn. - When we build it, they will come: that's what the Nashville Predators are saying about their new ice rink in Bellevue. They broke ground on it Friday.
The second ice center won't open until August 2019, but team officials already have big plans.
Along with Preds CEO Sean Henry, longtime commentator Pete Weber, Mayor David Briley, and acting Vice Mayor Sheri Weiner were there for the groundbreaking.
Fittingly, shovels with hockey sticks for shafts were used to break the ground.