From the Super Bowl to chase to the Stanley Cup.
Luke Bryan performed the National Anthem Thursday night (4/20) at Game 4 of the Nashville Predators’ first-round playoff series against the Chicago Blackhawks.
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And Luke, who also performed the anthem before Super Bowl 51, must have been the Preds’ good-luck charm because the team bested the Blackhawks 4-1!
Following the Predators’ fourth-consecutive win against the Blackhawks, Music City's team becomes the first eight-seed team in NHL history to sweep in a seven-game series against a one-seed team.
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They now move on to round two in the Stanley Cup playoffs to play the winner of the St. Louis-Minnesota series.
Luke, meanwhile, follows in the footsteps of Preds’ team captain Mike Fisher’s wife Carrie Underwood, who sung “The Star-Spangled Banner” before Game 3 earlier this week.
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