Predators set club attendance record in Game 4

Nashville Predators fans are coming out in droves to support their club.

In fact, 17,423 people filled the Bridgestone Arena to take in Thursday's Game 4, setting a Predators record, the team announced.

The club averaged a home attendance of 17,159 in the regular season, which ranked 20th league-wide. However, the Predators averaged 100.3 percent of capacity, as the rink holds 17,113 for Predators games, which ranks eighth overall.

That's a lot of yellow.

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