Nashville Predators Holiday List – 25 Days of Predsmas: Week 1

Aug 4, 2020; Edmonton, Alberta, CANADA; Nick Bonino #13 of the Nashville Predators is congratulated by teammates after he scored a goal in the first period against the Arizona Coyotes in Game Two of the Western Conference Qualification Round prior to the 2020 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs at Rogers Place on August 04, 2020 in Edmonton, Alberta. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Vinnick via USA TODAY Sports
Aug 4, 2020; Edmonton, Alberta, CANADA; Nick Bonino #13 of the Nashville Predators is congratulated by teammates after he scored a goal in the first period against the Arizona Coyotes in Game Two of the Western Conference Qualification Round prior to the 2020 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs at Rogers Place on August 04, 2020 in Edmonton, Alberta. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Vinnick via USA TODAY Sports /
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Last, but CERTAINLY not least on this week’s list, is Roman Josi, aka, the Christmas Lights.

You’re probably thinking, “Christmas lights? What a throwaway.” But it’s not, and here’s why.

Nobody can light up a scoreboard or shine brighter on the Nashville Predators than our Norris Trophy winning, elite defense playing, all-star Captain: Roman Josi.

More. Check out the impact the new coaches could have!. light

Many will argue that the villain of Christmas Vacation was Clark’s boss, Frank Shirley, and I’ll give them that, but he had a redemptive arc. No, in this writer’s opinion, the real villains of the movie were the Griswold’s pompous neighbors: Todd and Margo. You know what took them down? The Christmas Lights.

When the Predators need to take down a villain, our captain leads the charge.

"Todd : Well, something had to come through the window! Something had to break the stereo! Margo : And why is the carpet all wet, *Todd*? Todd : I don’t *know*, Margo!"

To end on the highest of high notes for the holiday season, check out these Josi highlights that helped him win the award for the NHL’s best defenseman…and try not to shed a tear of joy:

Have a very happy holiday season Predators fans, and be on the lookout for next week’s list, where I may or may not reopen the debate for whether or not Die Hard is a Christmas movie (it is).