Puck Daddy Nashville All-Star meet-up: Friday night at Flying Saucer

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NASHVILLE, TN - OCTOBER 17: NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman, right, with Nashville Mayor Karl Dean, Bridgestone Americas CEO Gary Garfield, Nashville Predators Chairman/Governor Tom Cigarran and Nashville Predators/Bridgestone Arena CEO Jeff Cogen hold up jerseys announcing the 2016 NHL All-Star Weekend at Bridgestone Arena on October 17, 2014 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by John Russell/NHLI via Getty Images)
NASHVILLE, TN - OCTOBER 17: NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman, right, with Nashville Mayor Karl Dean, Bridgestone Americas CEO Gary Garfield, Nashville Predators Chairman/Governor Tom Cigarran and Nashville Predators/Bridgestone Arena CEO Jeff Cogen hold up jerseys announcing the 2016 NHL All-Star Weekend at Bridgestone Arena on October 17, 2014 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by John Russell/NHLI via Getty Images)

In a little over a week’s time much of the NHL will be in Nashville for the All-Star Game. 

So your friends at Puck Daddy have teamed up with Flying Saucer to host a party, Friday Jan. 29 from 9 p.m. through midnight. This is a chance to meet some of the Puck Daddy family and talk pucks in a fun location.

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The address is 111 10th Ave in Union Station.

In case you need a map below is a screen shot. It’s just a few blocks from Broadway, Bridgestone Arena and the Music City Center – the location of the NHL Fan Fair.

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The good folks at Flying Saucer are graciously allowing us to use their billiard room and give us a drink special of $3 for Yazoo draft beers. This is Nashville’s most popular local brew.

Here is their food menu and here is their beer list.

We want to have a fun, safe environment for those visiting Nashville and for the Predators fans looking to greet the rest of the hockey community to town.

So come, mingle and talk hockey with your Puck Daddy buddies and other hockey people. You never know who could stop on over!

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