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Predators Honor Heroes in Waffle House Shooting before Game 2



NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – The Predators gave Nashville the chance to give a standing ovation to the man who was standing in a Waffle House for an AR-15 rifle.

James Shaw Jr. met with Nashville coach Peter Laviolette before the game 2 Sunday night of the Western Conference semifinal of the Predators with Winnipeg and he received his own personalized jersey

  James Shaw Jr. (third from right) posing with Predators Head coach Peter Laviolette (left), Star PK Subban (center) and others ahead of Nashville's win Sunday night

James Shaw Jr. (third from right) poses with Predator's head coach Peter Laviolette (left), star PK Subban (middle) and others ahead of Nashville's victory on Sunday night

[John Russell / NHLI on Getty Images]

The Predators recognized some of the first responders to this deadly shootout a week ago in Nashville. The sold-out crowd gave Shaw a roaring applause.

  Shaw Jr. has raised more than $ 200,000 for the victims.

Shaw Jr. has raised more than $ 200,000 for the victims.

The one-year-old Shaw who wanted to prevent bloodshed after a gunman opened fire in front of the Waffle House and stormed the restaurant. Four people were killed and four others, including Shaw, were injured.

Shaw has also raised more than $ 200,000 for the victims.

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