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Blues And Predators Alumni To Hold Charity Game For Hurricane Sandy Relief In Nashville

Just because there's no NHL hockey going on right now doesn't mean that you can't still see legends in action. Or, well, guys who used to play for your team and/or broadcast for them in action. In the name of charity (Hurricane Sandy relief and Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt University), former Blues and former Predators will lace up the skates and play a game of shinny.

These two Central Division rivals will have some pretty big names playing on November 10th. The Preds will be represented by J.P. Dumont, Stu Grimson, Dan Keczmer, and assistant coach Lane Lambert. The Blues have Darren Pang, Tyson Nash, Bobby Plager, and Jeff Brown.

Yes, you read that right. Jeff Brown!

If you're in the metro Nashville area and would like to see hockey for a good cause, the game will be held at A-Game Sportsplex in Franklin, beginning at 5:30.