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P.K. Subban | Defenseman

Team: Montreal Canadiens
Age / DOB:  (24) / 5/13/1989
Ht / Wt:  6'0' / 217
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P.K. Subban logged a season-low 17:48 of ice time in Tuesday's loss to Tampa Bay.
It marker just the second time this season that he's played fewer than 20 minutes in a game. Subban recorded two hits and a minus-1 rating in the contest. He has 53 points and 79 penalty minutes in 77 games this year. Apr 2 - 10:53 AM

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P.K. Subban had an assist in Montreal's 4-1 win over Florida on Saturday.

Subban has been one of the league's top offensive defenseman this season with 10 goals and 53 points in 76 games. He won the Norris Trophy last season, but it's hard to picture him as the favorite this time around despite his offensive production.
Mar 30 - 10:47 AM

P.K. Subban had an erratic night in Thursday's win over Detroit.

He had two helpers in the contest, but was victimized in his own end on three Red Wings' markers in a 5-4 victory. Subban finished the game with a minus-1 rating. He has no goals and 10 assists in his last 12 outings.
Mar 28 - 8:33 AM

P.K Subban scored a goal in Montreal's 2-1 loss to Los Angeles Monday evening.

It was a fluke goal by Subban, who started the possession in L.A.'s end and sent a shot from the right wall that Jonathan Quick redirected to the skate of Jarret Stoll and into the goal at 14:45 of the first. Subban scored in his second straight game and he now has 10 goals and 32 assists in 63 games this season. Max Pacioretty and David Desharnais assisted the lone goal.
Mar 4 - 3:28 AM

P.K. Subban had a goal and an assist on Saturday.

With that, Subban has reached and surpassed the 40-point milestone for the first time in his career, although there's no doubt he would have done it in 2012-13 if the season wasn't shortened. Subban's 41 points puts him in a tie with Alex Pietrangelo for fourth place in the blueliner scoring race.
Mar 2 - 10:13 AM

Montreal and Team Canada teammate Carey Price credited P.K. Subban for his class during the Winter Olympics.

"(Subban) definitely carried himself very well. He handled himself with the utmost professionalism," Price said. "He might not have played a whole lot, but he definitely was a character ... and he was a big part of the team." Subban suited up in only one game for Canada during the tournament and he received 11:41 of ice time in that contest.
Feb 25 - 8:06 AM

P.K. Subban will be a healthy scratch for Canada in Wednesday's quarterfinal contest versus Latvia.

Subban has dressed in just one game for Team Canada during the tournament. The top-six group has proven to be impossible to crack for the 2013 Norris Trophy winner.
Feb 19 - 9:11 AM

Canada coach Mike Babcock likes his current top-six group on defense, so he doesn't see P.K. Subban and Dan Hamhuis getting into the lineup.

"I'm going to be honest with you, Hamhuis and P.K. don't really have a chance," he told reporters. Subban has been a healthy scratch for two of Canada's three games in the Olympics, while Hamhuis has been limited to 6:55 of average ice time over two appearances. However, it's unclear who might dress as the seventh defender for Wednesday's quarterfinal game.
Feb 17 - 5:08 PM

P.K. Subban played his first career Olympic game on Friday, drawing in for Canada's showdown with Austria where he played 14 shifts for 11:41 of total ice time.

Head Coach Mike Babcock said Subban played "fine," but also said Friday's healthy scratch Dan Hamhuis will draw back into the lineup for their game against Finland on Sunday. The 24 year-old Subban played with a variety of partners and was used sparingly since the team has excelled with pairings of Weber-Keith, Bouwmeester-Pietrangelo and Doughty-Vlasic.
Feb 14 - 9:57 PM

Bob McKenzie suggests that P.K. Subban will be in the lineup for Team Canada Friday when they take on Austria.

Subban was a healthy scratch for Thursday's 3-1 win over Norway, but could play his way into the lineup permanently with a strong showing in his first Olympic game. It's expected that Vancouver blueliner Dan Hamhuis will watch from the press box to make room for Subban against Austria.
Source: tsn.ca
Feb 13 - 7:20 PM

P.K. Subban and Matt Duchene will be the healthy scratches for Team Canada on Thursday.

Coach Mike Babcock said that both players will be back in the Canadian lineup on Friday when Team Austria are the opponents. That means that Dan Hamhuis will be the seventh defenseman on Thursday with Martin St. Louis the 13th forward.
Feb 13 - 4:06 AM

P.K. Subban pitched in his 28th assist of the season in the Habs' 4-1 loss to Detroit Friday night.

Subban's power play point gives him 35 on the year in 50 games so far. Subban is a +5 with 61 penalty minutes this season.
Jan 24 - 10:22 PM

The Ottawa Senators took issue with the way P.K. Subban celebrated his overtime-winning goal on Thursday, but it mattered little to the Montreal Canadiens' star defenseman.

"I don't care," he said flatly when reporters brought it up with him at the team's practice in Toronto on Friday. "I don't care. It's the game of hockey, you're not disrespecting anybody. To be honest, that game's over. I don't really need to comment on it."
Source: TSN.ca
Jan 18 - 11:09 AM

The most dramatic decline in the Montreal Canadiens' power play this season has been in the individual production of defenseman P.K. Subban and Andrei Markov.

Last season, Subban ranked third in the NHL in power-play points with 26, one fewer than Alex Ovechkin and Mike Ribeiro. Markov was tied for fourth with 23 points. This season, Subban has 15 power-play points, which is tied for 20th in the league, and Markov has 14.
Jan 18 - 10:12 AM

P.K. Subban scored the overtime winner to give Montreal a 5-4 triumph over Ottawa on Thursday night.

His eighth tally of the 2013-14 season came just 23 seconds into the extra session. Subban logged a game-high 27:25 of ice time in the contest. After Thursday night's action, he sits fourth in the league among defensemen in scoring with 34 points in 48 matches.
Jan 17 - 7:09 AM

Depth Charts

All Positions
PosRoleName
C1Tomas Plekanec
2David Desharnais
3Lars Eller
4Daniel Briere
5Ryan White
LW1Max Pacioretty
2Alex Galchenyuk
3Rene Bourque
4Brandon Prust
5Travis Moen
6Michael Bournival
RW1Thomas Vanek
2Brian Gionta
3Brendan Gallagher
4George Parros
5Michael Blunden
6Dale Weise
D1P.K. Subban
2Andrei Markov
3Josh Gorges
4Mike Weaver
5Alexei Emelin
6Francis Bouillon
7Jarred Tinordi
8Doug Murray
G1Carey Price
2Peter Budaj