Our coaching spotlight for the week is Teddy Rotenberger, the Tier I 12U Head Coach for the 2021-22 season. During the 2020-21 season, Teddy served as the head coach for both the Tier II 14U and 16U teams. He is one of four Nashville Jr. Predators alumni actively coaching within the program along with Carter…

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As the season winds down, we wanted to make sure our players and families are aware of some dates to mark on your calendars for the spring and summer. SAHA Tryouts April 10-11 | Nashville, TN Birth Years: 2004 – 2007 Those who live outside SAHA affiliate check your affiliate website for dates MORE INFO…

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As the dust settles from the USA Southeastern District Tournament, the Nashville Jr Predators excited to announce the head coaches for the 2021-22 season. BOYS TIER I 11U AAA Ty Johns Originally from British Columbia, Canada, Tyler played three years of Junior hockey in the British Columbia Hockey League (BCHL). After his Junior career, Tyler played…

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The Nashville Jr. Predators are excited to announce plans for the 2021-2022 season for the Girls Tier II, Boys Tier I, Boys Tier II, and Mite Development Program.  The NJP Leadership and the NJP Board are confident that the improvements and amendments put forth for the 2021-2022 season and beyond will provide greater quality, service,…

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The Nashville Jr Predators 13U AA team has had a difficult season with COVID cancellations however, that has not stopped the players and families from being extremely supportive of service project initiatives around the community. While their season has faced many interruptions, they’ve taken it upon themselves to give back to the community and to…

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Hayden Nichol and Landry Schmuck, both of the TPH Center of Excellence in Nashville and the 18U AAA Jr Predators, received tender offers. Nichol singed a tender with the NAHL Shreveport Mudbugs and Schmuck was tendered by the Aberdeen Wings. Watch as both speak with TPH’s Justin Bradford about the exciting next step for their…

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