PK Subban is one of the most giving players in hockey. He’s basically Santa on skates. And this year, his fourth annual “Holiday Surprise” was another huge success.
Friday, the defenseman released a video showing him on the streets of Nashville dressed up as a 75-year-old named Eddie. Subban, I mean Eddie, handed out candy canes, hugs, and Predators tickets. He saved his biggest surprise for a single-parent family that he met through Blueline Buddies, one of his local charities. The family needed a new living room and Subban delievered.
It's holiday surprise year four, and I – or shall I say 'Eddie' – is back for much more! A big thank you to @rjosi90 @ChefAntonioPark @PredsNHL @HopitalChildren and all of the other friends who helped make this year happen!! Enjoy folks, and happy holidays!! pic.twitter.com/2sOIvI6dRx
— P.K. Subban (@PKSubban1) December 22, 2017
Subban also got gifts for everyone at the Montreal Children’s Hospital. What a human.
Everyday of Subban’s career, he gives back to fans. No matter if it’s giving a kid one of his hockey sticks…
— Nashville Predators (@PredsNHL) December 15, 2017
Visiting sick kids at the hospital…
— Nashville Predators (@PredsNHL) December 20, 2017
Or taking a photo with a fan before the game, Subban always inspires smiles wherever he goes.
— ShaunCSmithOTF (@ShaunCSmithOTF) December 20, 2017
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