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Nashville Predators change game time to accommodate November 23 VERSUS game

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From the Nashville Predators:

The Nashville Predators announced today that the club's game on Monday, November 23 has been changed from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m CT. The game between Nashville and Detroit has been moved in order to be televised to a national audience on VERSUS, the exclusive cable home of the National Hockey League.

Individual game tickets for the 2009-10 Nashville Predators preseason will go on sale to the public this Saturday, August 22 at 10 a.m.  Games include September 17 vs. the Atlanta Thrashers, September 19 vs. the Columbus Blue Jackets and September 26 vs. the Carolina Hurricanes.

This comes along with the release of the NHL's TV schedule this afternoon. The above game is the Predators' lone appearance on VERSUS or NBC this season. The game had originally been scheduled for a 5:00 local start to avoid a conflict with the Tennessee Titans' appearance on Monday Night Football that evening.

Given the fact that the Preds' #1 rival is coming to town for a VERSUS game, can the fans in the building bring forth a worthy effort? Let's show Rocky Bonanno that the Sommet Center is indeed "a hostile environment for visiting teams." Surely we can put together some "Cash For Clunkers" signs welcoming Todd Bertuzzi, right?