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Topic - Bridgestone Arena
Bridgestone Arena (formerly Sommet Center, Gaylord Entertainment Center and Nashville Arena) is an all-purpose venue in downtown Nashville, Tennessee, that was completed in 1996. - Source: Wikipedia
In a story Jan. 16 about free things to do in Nashville, The Associated Press reported erroneously details about concerts at the Bridgestone Arena during the CMA Festival in June. There are concerts on the plaza outside the arena, which are free and do not require tickets.
For over 55 minutes, Nashville Predators goaltender Pekka Rinne tortured the Capitals by turning aside everything — whether he saw it or not. A late goal by Washington's Troy Brouwer should've been it, a victory earned by stellar goaltending and timely offense. It wasn't.