Lightning forward Nikita Kucherov appears alongside other league stars on an NHL.com video on which they talk about their favorite Christmas songs, part of the site's "Puck Personality" series.
Well, he doesn't really know.
But we can narrow it down.
"I think it's the one from (the movie) 'Home Alone,'" Kucherov says. "But I don't know which one. I can't even sing it. It used to be on my phone."
We think it might be this song:
Or possibly this one:
But, whatever it is, we're sure it's great.
New Jersey forward Taylor Hall, the reigning Hart Trophy winner, calls the "Home Alone" soundtrack his favorite Christmas album.
"If I ever hear any of that music," Hall says, "I know it's Christmas time."
Vancouver's Bo Horvat ("It's The Most Wonderful Time of the Year"), Montreal's Max Domi ("Joy To the World"), Chicago's Jonathan Toews ("Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree"), Vegas' Marc-Andre Fleury ("Jingle Bells") and Dallas' Jamie Benn ("Jingle Bell Rock") are among other players who appear on the video.
The video producers even convinced Boston defenseman Charlie McAvoy to sing the chorus to Mariah Carey's, "All I Want For Christmas." His rendition is "not terrible," in his estimation, but he prefers the original.
Colorado's Nathan MacKinnon plays the role of Grinch.
"I don't really like Christmas music," he says, with a straight face.
Echoes Edmonton's Connor McDavid says, "There's so many (songs), by the end of the Christmas season, you're begging not to hear one."
Begrudgingly, both settle on "Jingle Bells."
That, we can be sure, is not Kucherov's pick.
It's not on the "Home Alone" soundtrack.