Capitals' Tom Wilson reminds Metro riders to 'Be Vigilant' in new ad

Paige Leckie
NBC Sports Washington

Washington Capitals forward and resident 'tough guy' Tom Wilson reminded Metro riders to "Be Vigilant" in a new advertisement published Tuesday. 

The ad, which plays on his role as Washington's enforcer, is the latest in Wilson's list of advertisements. Two years ago Wilson played a part in Paisano's Pizza's "Whachu Want" ad, along with other well-known D.C. athletes.  

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In his latest acting role, Wilson speaks to his vigilance on and off the ice before ending with "if you see something, say something," one of the campaigns and slogans of many transit authorities. 

Wilson took to social media to promote the ad Friday, adding a jab at fellow Capital T.J. Oshie, who rode the Metro to Capital One Arena before Games 3 and 4 of the 2018 Stanley Cup Finals along with then-Capital Matt Niskanen. (Someone even made an "Oshie riding the Metro" bobblehead to commemorate the moment). 

Before his so-called acting career took off, Wilson also posted #ads on Instagram, including one for Casper mattresses and one for AXE deodorant

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