#9 Filip Forsberg
Filip Forsberg, like Josi, struggled with injury this season. Playing in only 50 games, missing the last 32 after being hit hard into the boards, hitting his head on the ice, and having concussion symptoms for the remainder of the season, Forsberg was a pivotal part to the lineup in the games that he was in.
Forsberg has 19 goals and 23 assists in the just over half season that he was able to play. Four of those goals and nine of his assists came on the man-advantage.
Forsberg’s absence from the team was felt tremendously on the power play and on the offensive capabilities of the team as a whole.
The Nashville Predators are looking forward to the 2023-24 season and getting Forsberg back on the ice to help improve their goals for record. This season, the Predators ranked 27th in the league in goals with 229 goals.
Now that we have looked at two veteran players on this team, there are two newer faces that I feel played good enough in their time with the Nashville Predators to make this list as well.