After learning how to use his Mac's video software, newly re-signed Nashville Predators forward Rich Clune took to Facebook to help raise money for the Ontario-based treatment center where his own recovery began, and to tease an online video series.
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For the third year in a row, a Predators-related site made Nashville's Top 3 in the Best Blog category for the Toast of Music City voting.
Based on TV ratings and chatter on platforms like ESPN, you'd be led to believe that hockey had fallen out of popular consciousness, but the NHL has been a leader when it comes to digital marketing and fan outreach via platforms like Facebook & Twitter.
Take your guess as to which Nashville Predator will lead the team in penalty minutes at the end of November, and you could win tickets to an upcoming home game.
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When it comes to using social media to promote their brand, some NHL teams are miles ahead of the laggards.
So you've been thinking about possibly running in the Nashville Predators' Fangtastic 5K this Saturday, but haven't quite gotten around to registering yet? Steve Sullivan is offering up a reward if you sign up for the 5K run/walk, and follow him on Twitter as well.
It's often hard to get updates on NHL ownership news, but Canadian investor Brett Wilson surprisingly replied on Twitter to a question about the possibility of him buying into the Nashville Predators.
While hockey fans have enjoyed the tweets of NHL players like @MartinHavlat, @Sully26 and @dellis39, word comes this morning that @tjoshie, which claims to be the account for St. Louis Blues forward T.J. Oshie, is not the real thing - despite the "Verified Account" label that Twitter has stamped on that profile page.
Nashville Predators goalie Dan Ellis is the latest NHL athlete to jump on the Twitter bandwagon.
As fans discussed a radio interview with Nashville Predators GM David Poile on Twitter, it appears that Steve Sullivan was also listening in, and was surprised by some of what he heard.
The first big trade leading up the 2009 NHL Entry Draft almost went down this afternoon, if you believed a couple reports that came out and spread like wildfire via Twitter.