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Jimmy Fallon hands out superlatives to Preds, Penguins players

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NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) -

Hockey isn't just taking Nashville by storm!

Jimmy Fallon decided to poke fun at the Predators and Penguins players by handing out superlatives on "The Tonight Show" on Thursday night.

Some of the Predators players mentioned included Kevin Fiala, also known as "Most Likely to Have Been Created in a Lab in the Back of an Abercrombie & Fitch."

Ryan Ellis won the title of "Warmest Neck."

The Preds and the Penguins will be battling it out in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final in Nashville on Sunday night.

You can watch "The Tonight Show" every weeknight right after Channel 4 News at 10:00.

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