A fan favorite
Mac N’ Cheese…it’s just so good, especially when the rest of the Thanksgiving meal is on point. The flavor is almost always there. The thing is, many try to get overly complex with their mac n’ cheese. Does it pay off? Sometimes. Some want the breadcrumbs, some want bacon in it, some even add other things to it. At the end of the day, the foundation is still macaroni, cheese, and some seasoning. But don’t over-complicate it.
You have to see what I’m getting at here. Filip Forsberg is the Predators mac n’ cheese. He’s good…REALLY good. On the puck you would be hard-pressed to find many with his stick handling ability. But sometimes you wish he wouldn’t make things over-complicated. When the complexity pays off, it’s a beauty. When the complexity leads to a turnover or easy save, it’s incredibly frustrating. Sometimes less is more, but we also want the highlight play of the game – we just don’t want it to be in a losing effort, and especially when more can be done with less. Do we love the lacrosse style goal when it goes in? Absolutely. When it doesn’t work, and he could’ve likely scored with a more straight forward effort, it’s incredibly frustrating. Still, Forsberg can clutch up in moments where it matters, and mac n’ cheese is no different.