Here's How Nashville Predators Fans Sneak Catfish Into Bridgestone Arena

A recent video made by one of the culprits shows that a little determination—and plenty of Saran Wrap—are all you need.

Catfish Smuggler

Every sport has it's own weird traditions, but by far the weirdest ones relate to the National Hockey League. Detroit Red Wings fans are the OGs of odd hockey traditions. They celebrate hat tricks by throwing an octopus on the ice. At other times and in other arenas, fans have tossed rats and sharks into the rink. Now, supporters of the Nashville Predators are in on the action, hurling catfish when things go their way during a game.

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The latest flying fish came on Tuesday at the Predators' first home playoff game against the Anaheim Ducks. You may be asking yourself, "How in the world are fans smuggling huge catfish into Bridgestone Arena?" Thanks to recent video posting by one of the culprits, we now know. Watch the clip below for a demonstration of how determination and plenty of Saran Wrap are all one needs to make a fish take flight.


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Topics: HOCKEY | ANAHEIM DUCKS | NASHVILLE PREDATORS | NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE | DETROIT RED WINGS