The Nashville Jr. Predators Hockey Club is a non-profit organization and was reestablished in 2019, when the Nashville Jr. Predators (EST. 2009) and the Thunder AAA Hockey Club (EST. 2004) merged together in the long-term best interest of the players and their families. NJP goal is to allow players to live at home or close to home, while still competing at the Tier I AAA, Tier II AA and Tier II Girls level against other top programs in the country. National in structure, Tier I AAA hockey is the most highly scouted and recruited youth division which produces the most players for non-pay-to-play junior leagues such as the USHL, NAHL and CHL. NJP hockey offers student-athletes access to full time professional hockey coaches that work within the guidelines laid out by the USA Hockey American Development Model (ADM). All of this is done in an effort to develop student-athletes for opportunities in hockey, the classroom and life. Jr. Predators alumni have been drafted to and/or are playing in the NHL, NCAA, USHL, NAHL, NA3HL, and CHL.
Centennial Sportsplex is a multi-use athletic complex in Nashville, Tennessee. The venue is owned by the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County and is operated by Metro Parks, the parks and recreation arm of the government. The facility is adjacent to Centennial Park, from which it derives its name.
Ford Ice Center - Antioch
FORD ICE CENTER - ANTIOCH
The facility, located in Southeast Nashville, includes hockey, figure skating and curling programs for children and adults.
Ford Ice Center - Bellevue
FORD ICE CENTER - BELLEVUE
Ford Ice Center Bellevue is a twin-rink recreational facility, which opened in October 2019. The facility, located in West Nashville, includes a full restaurant, Draft Picks, a Perani's Hockey World, a Twice Daily and numerous hockey and figure skating programs for children and adults.