The Nashville Predators return to the ice at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville on Saturday night (May 5) for Game 5 of their Stanley Cup playoffs series, and Carrie Underwood wants to make sure their fans are ready to show their full support.

"Dear all @PredsNHL fans coming to the game tonight: accept the fact that you will not have a voice tomorrow. Bring all the real noise and energy you can muster up!" she urged via Twitter on Saturday afternoon. "We are all a part of #SMASHVILLE ! Let’s blow the dang roof off the place!"

It's nothing new for Underwood to share her passion for the Preds. Her husband, Mike Fisher, even returned to the team with her full blessing this season, just months after announcing that he was retiring after last year's spectacular winning season.

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Last year, Underwood was one of a long list of country stars who took the ice to deliver surprise versions of the national anthem before playoff games. Lady AntebellumVince Gill and his daughters, Little Big TownKeith Urban and more top stars performed the anthem in 2017, helping to whip Predators fans' excitement to fever pitch.

Underwood returned to the ice on April 29 to once again own the anthem before the Predators faced off against the Winnipeg Jets in Nashville. Saturday night's game finds the Preds and the Jets squaring off again in Game 5 of their 2018 Stanley Cup playoffs series.

Rascal Flatts, Maren Morris and Brad Paisley have also stepped up to do the honors for the national anthem before games this year, and Dierks Bentley and Del McCoury also teamed up for a special version.

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