Preds Pass Out Candy At Vandy's Children's Hospital

Monday, 11.03.2008 / 11:50 AM / Community
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Preds Pass Out Candy At Vandy\'s Children\'s Hospital
Photos: Preds visit Vanderbilt Children's Hospital on Halloween
A group of Nashville Predators players—as well as team-mascot GNASH—spent Halloween this year at Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt. Dan Ellis, Greg de Vries, Ryan Jones, and Dan Hamuis spent the afternoon reverse trick-or-treating, handing out stickers and autographed pictures to the hospital’s young patients.

Getting into the spirit of the day, Dan Hamuis and Greg de Vries dressed up as Pooh Bear and Tigger respectively—bringing smiles to many of the children and hospital employees.

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