Nashville Predators Fan Threw Live Catfish Onto The Ice (Maybe!)

This took some careful examination from the SB Nation Investigative Team. After reviewing the tape, we believe that someone brought a live fish into the Nashville Predators game. Someone threw that catfish onto the ice, and it was alive. Process this for a moment.

First, this isn't like sneaking booze into a game. One can't, technically, tape a catfish to their leg and wander through the gates. A dead one? Maybe. But not a live one.

Second, OMG OMG OMG OMG LIVE FISH ON THE ICE.

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Looks dead, right? Well....

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/faints

Its tail is moving and looking all life-like. It would seem to be clinging to life.

And if we're adding intrigue to the equation, the fish was thrown after the Preds scored their first goal of the night. About a minute later, Nashville scored again. And who found the back of the net? Mike Fisher.

Everything is connected, and everything is terrifying.

*Or she was playing with it. Either way: Creeeeeepy.

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