#10 Colton Sissons
While Colton Sissons had one very impressive statistic this season. He was the only player on the Nashville Predators roster that played in all 82 games. Other than that, there was not much good in his play.
In a season where he played every game, Sissons tallied 30 points, including 12 goals and 18 assists. While that does match Sissons career high in points for a single season, more is expected of a potential top-center in the NHL with an AAV of $2.8 million per season.
Over the last three months of the season, Sissons’ offensive production tapered off even more with only five goals and seven assists over that span.
Sissons also found himself on the ice for goals against more often posting a -14 over those same three months.
Down the stretch, the Nashville Predators needed a veteran to step up and elevate their level of play and Sissons could not answer that call. Add those statistics with the fact that Sissons had his lowest faceoff win percentage over the past three seasons, this is definitely one reason why the Nashville Predators missed the playoffs.