Nashville Predators Jerseys

Check out our current selection of Nashville Predators jerseys below. Home, away, authentic RBK Edge and replica jerseys available. Vintage throwback, third jerseys and more. S, M, L, XL, XXL, XXXL sizes with goalie jerseys and women's styles in stock.

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Mens PK Subban Nashville Predators 76 White Hockey Jersey

Mens PK Subban Nashville Predators 76 White Hockey Jersey
$30.00

Mike Fisher Nashville Predators 2017 Finals Reebok Stitched NHL Jersey Large

Mike Fisher Nashville Predators 2017 Finals Reebok Stitched NHL Jersey Large
$70.00

MIKE FISHER NASHVILLE PREDATORS 2017 STANLEY CUP FINALS YELLOW JERSEY SIZE LARGE

MIKE FISHER NASHVILLE PREDATORS 2017 STANLEY CUP FINALS YELLOW JERSEY SIZE LARGE
$109.95

Reebok Premier NHL Jersey Nashville Predators Team Navy sz S

Reebok Premier NHL Jersey Nashville Predators Team Navy sz S
$39.99

New Nashville Predators Authentic Team Issued Reebok Edge 10 Hockey Jersey

New Nashville Predators Authentic Team Issued Reebok Edge 10 Hockey Jersey
$77.99

ROMAN JOSI NASHVILLE PREDATORS 2017 STANLEY CUP FINALS YELLOW JERSEY SIZE LARGE

ROMAN JOSI NASHVILLE PREDATORS 2017 STANLEY CUP FINALS YELLOW JERSEY SIZE LARGE
$109.95

PEKKA RINNE NASHVILLE PREDATORS 2017 STANLEY CUP FINALS YELLOW JERSEY SIZE XL

PEKKA RINNE NASHVILLE PREDATORS 2017 STANLEY CUP FINALS YELLOW JERSEY SIZE XL
$109.95

PK SUBBAN NASHVILLE PREDATORS 2017 STANLEY CUP FINALS YELLOW JERSEY SIZE LARGE

PK SUBBAN NASHVILLE PREDATORS 2017 STANLEY CUP FINALS YELLOW JERSEY SIZE LARGE
$109.95

New Nashville Predators Pro Stock Reebok Edge 20 Blank Hockey Jersey Authentic

New Nashville Predators Pro Stock Reebok Edge 20 Blank Hockey Jersey Authentic
$77.99

Nashville Predators Reebok Yellow Gold Premier Home Jersey NHL Preds Playoffs

Nashville Predators Reebok Yellow Gold Premier Home Jersey NHL Preds Playoffs
$60.00

Nashville Predators Hockey Reebok Practice Jersey Gold Adult L Originally 90

Nashville Predators Hockey Reebok Practice Jersey Gold Adult L Originally 90
$47.95

PK Subban Nashville Predators 2017 Finals Reebok Stitched NHL Jersey Large

PK Subban Nashville Predators 2017 Finals Reebok Stitched NHL Jersey Large
$70.00

Nashville Predators Vintage Koho NHL Hockey Third Jersey Mustard Preds XL

Nashville Predators Vintage Koho NHL Hockey Third Jersey Mustard Preds XL
$199.99

NWT Nashville Predators Pekka Rinne jersey Large all sewn on beautiful

NWT Nashville Predators Pekka Rinne jersey Large all sewn on beautiful
$64.95

Koho Nashville Predators Authentic David Legwand jersey sz 56 mustard alternate

Koho Nashville Predators Authentic David Legwand jersey sz 56 mustard alternate
$333.23

New Nashville Predators Pro Stock Reebok Edge 10 Blank Hockey Jersey Authentic

New Nashville Predators Pro Stock Reebok Edge 10 Blank Hockey Jersey Authentic
$77.99



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More About Nashville Predators Jerseys

Though Tennessee, the country music capital of the world, might not seem like the most likely place for hockey to succeed, prior to the 1998-99 season the NHL decided to take a chance and expanded into Nashville to see if they could grow the sport in a non-traditional hockey market. The Predators would get blanked in their first game vs. the Florida Panthers, but only a couple of nights later the franchise would earn its inaugural win, defeating the Carolina Hurricanes 3-2.

The remainder of their first season went fairly predictably for the fledgling Predators. The team had a dearth of stars, and their leading scorer that season, former Vancouver Canucks star Cliff Ronning, only managed 53 points. With journeyman Mike Dunham and rookie Tomas Vokoun between the pipes the Predators finished with a 28-47-7 record, finishing second last in the Western Conference and well out of a playoff spot.

The following few seasons offered more of the same for Predators fans. Though they shored up their roster with players like Kimmo Timonen, Scott Walker, Scott Hartnell and David Legwand pulling on Nashville Predators jerseys, the team continued to be one of the worst in the Western Conference.

In 2003-04 Predators fans got their first taste of playoff hockey. The Preds managed to scrap their way into eighth place in the tight Western Conference. Unfortunately that eighth place finish meant that they drew the President's Trophy-winning Detroit Red Wings in the first round. The Predators acquitted themselves well against the powerful Wings, but ultimately fell in six games.

The 2005-06 season would mark the beginning of the high point in Nashville Predators history. Following the lockout year of 2004-05 the Preds returned to action a different team. They stormed out of the gates, starting the season with an impressive 8-0 record. They would be a consistent force in the league throughout the season. Paul Kariya and Steve Sullivan scored over 150 points between them to give the club some sorely needed offense, and on defense, young defenseman Dan Hamhuis, Ryan Suter and Shea Weber played beyond their years, giving Nashville one of the best young blueline cores in the league. The club would finish the year with 106 points, good enough for home ice advantage in the playoffs. However, with expectations high for a deep playoff run the Preds players failed to deliver and the team fell in the first round to the San Jose Sharks.

In 2006-07 things got even rosier for the Predators. Jason Arnott and J.P. Dumont added more weaponry to an already balanced attack, and Chris Mason and Tomas Vokoun were both stellar in goal, earning 5 shutouts apiece while splitting time between the pipes. The team was one of the best in the league all season long, and even before they acquired veteran superstar Peter Forsberg from the Philadelphia Flyers late in the season the Predators were one of the favorites to challenge for the Stanley Cup. They finished the season with 110 points, good enough for third overall in the NHL. However, because division leaders are awarded the first three playoff seeds in each respective conference, and because the Preds had finished second in their division to the Detroit Red Wings, the club actually entered the playoffs as the 4th seed in the Western Conference.

As it turned out this arguably unfair seeding would prove disastrous for the predators. For the second year in a row the Predators would endure a first round exit at the hands of Joe Thornton and his San Jose Sharks.

Today's Nashville Predators

That devastating loss would prove to be a turning point in the fortunes of the Predators. Their roster underwent a major overhaul in the off-season, and with rumors that the club may be potentially moving the club's play dropped off significantly. They finished 19 below their total of the previous season, just managing to squeak into the playoffs as the 8th seed. For the 4th straight season they lost in the first round, falling to the Red Wings in 6 games.

After missing the playoffs in 2009, the club bounced back into contention in the 2009-10 season, finishing the season with 100 points, and earning a first round date with Jonathan Toews, Patrick Kane and their Chicago Blackhawks in the Stanley Cup playoffs. Once again they acquitted themselves well, but the Hawks were just too powerful and the Preds would fall to the eventual Stanley Cup champions in 6 games.

If stars like Shea Weber, goaltender Pekka Rinne and surprise standout Patric Hornqvist can continue to improve this season then the Predators should once again be in the mix come playoff time, though the loss of defenseman Dan Hamhuis will hurt. Odds are for Predators fans that they still have some waiting to do before they see their team break their "first round" playoff curse.