Nashville Predators: Predators As Top Toys of the 90’s

01/25/06 - GAMEBOY -Brand New Planet needs a quick studio photo done in the next week or so. It's for a story on the Evolution of the Nintendo Game Boy. At my desk I have three Nintendo Game Boys (new model, older model, and orignal model). I want a photo of the three together, with the oldest one in the foreground. One vertical and one horizontal if possible. Anytime a photographer has some spare time, or is already in the studio, they can drop by Planet and pick up the Game Boys. The photo is to be printed in our Feb. 16th issue (which goes to print Feb.13th), so I'm hoping to have the photo before Feb.7th. (Photo by Vince Talotta/Toronto Star via Getty Images)
01/25/06 - GAMEBOY -Brand New Planet needs a quick studio photo done in the next week or so. It's for a story on the Evolution of the Nintendo Game Boy. At my desk I have three Nintendo Game Boys (new model, older model, and orignal model). I want a photo of the three together, with the oldest one in the foreground. One vertical and one horizontal if possible. Anytime a photographer has some spare time, or is already in the studio, they can drop by Planet and pick up the Game Boys. The photo is to be printed in our Feb. 16th issue (which goes to print Feb.13th), so I'm hoping to have the photo before Feb.7th. (Photo by Vince Talotta/Toronto Star via Getty Images) /
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P.K. Subban – Buzz Lightyear

Swooping into action, falling in style, to infinity and beyond! This toy has swagger and all the other toys know it. When you need a big rescue, a daring effort that requires the utmost confidence and style, you call Buzz Lightyear. For the Nashville Predators, that’s P.K. Subban.

His style? Unmistakable. His confidence? Through the roof. His swagger? Present and accounted for. This guy is slick and everyone knows it. Sure, sometimes that gets him into trouble, but it gets him out of trouble too.

P.K. does everything in style and seems to find a way to get the job done. He might bring more attention than all the other toys, sure. But at the end of the day, you want this guy on your team. His confidence enables him to dream big and do big. That kind of vision gives his peers hope and allows them to dream big too. Is it a coincidence that the Nashville Predators went to the finals in his first year? Not likely.