PK’s up to his old tricks.
For the fourth year in a row, Subban was out doing good deeds at Christmastime.
Like he did in 2014, the Predators defenceman was elaborately disguised as an old man to complete his surprise. No, he didn’t dress up as Santa Claus, but he could have.
Walking through the streets of Nashville as ‘Eddie,’ a 75-year-old man from the South, Subban performed random acts of kindness.
Subban’s biggest surprise was helping out a low-income family by granting a single mother’s lone Christmas wish, outfitting them with a new living room. And more.
He hasn’t forgotten about the city he used to call home, also surprising kids at the Montreal Children’s Hospital with gifts.
Check out the full video here:
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