During Game's 1 and 2 in Pittsburgh, the crew of ushers at PPG Paints Arena were on high alert for potential catfish smugglers. For that reason, we saw few catfish make it onto the ice.

For Game's 3 and 4 in Nashville, we're not sure what the staff at Bridgestone Arena have been told about spotting catfish, but we're to assume they will be more lenient than the crew in Pittsburgh.

In a Nashville Market, Little's Fish Company in Germantown, they're selling catfish for pretty cheap, unless you show them your ticket to Game 3 or 4 of the Stanley Cup Final. If you show your ticket, you get your catfish for free.



And according to Jason Wolf's Instagram page, the Penguins smash car is all ready to be smashed up this Saturday.



The #Penguins smash car is ready to go. #Predators #Smashville #StanleyCup

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