Nashville Predators' ‘Quest For The Cup' Continues

Posted at 12:03 PM, May 31, 2017
and last updated 2017-05-31 13:03:03-04

The Nashville Predators's quest for the cup continues in Game 2 against the Pittsburgh Penguins. 

The Preds have yet to lose back-to-back games this post-season, and the team said there's a lot of confidence after Monday night's loss.

It was a wacky Game 1 that started with an apparent P.K. Subban goal being taken back after a controversial offsides ruling from replay.

Subban echoed what many have said since then that the Predators outplayed the Penguins – who didn't even get a shot on goal for 37 minutes. That's the longest streak in Stanley Cup Final history.

Get ready to show your Preds pride Wednesday night at another watch party downtown.

The city estimates there were nearly 8,000 people downtown watching Game 1 from big-screens set up at Walk of Fame Park and the Plaza at Bridgestone Arena.

Walk of Fame Park opens at 4 p.m. If you're closer to Clarksville, you can watch the game at a street party near City Hall. The City of Gallatin is also holding a watch party at The Palace Theater. Doors there open at 6:30 p.m. 

The home game watch parties on Saturday and Monday will now open at 3:30 each afternoon.