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Malcolm Subban | Goalie

Team: Boston Bruins
Age / DOB:  (20) / 12/21/1993
Ht / Wt:  6'1' / 195
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Malcolm Subban stopped 32 of 33 shots he faced, as the Boston Bruins defeated the New York Islanders 6-1 on Friday.
Subban was very good between the pipes for the Bruins. Despite the solid showing this late into camp, don’t expect Subban to make the Bruins’ final roster. Tuukka Rask is the clear-cut starter and backup Niklas Svedberg is on a one-way contract. The 20-year-old has big upside, but still needs to spend time developing in the AHL. Many of Boston’s youngsters played well in the game. Ryan Spooner scored two goals and an assist, while Alexander Khokhlachev also added two assists. Oct 3 - 10:25 PM

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Malcolm Subban was cheering for his older brother, P.K. Subban in Montreal's 2014 second round series against the Boston Bruins.

That's getting some attention because, obviously, Malcolm Subban is a member of the Boston Bruins. The two franchises are heated rivals, but for now the younger Subban is honing his skills in the minors while he waits for his shot in Boston. If he ever becomes the Bruins' starting goaltender, which won't happen anytime soon given Tuukka Rask's presence, and P.K. Subban signs a long-term deal with the Canadiens, then that will be another fun element to the contests between these two squads. You can rest assured that Malcolm Subban wouldn't have been rooting for his brother if Malcolm was the one playing between the pipes.
Jul 31 - 1:51 PM

The Boston Bruins told Malcolm Subban he could skip the Bruins' development camp if he wanted, but he came anyways.

"I was impressed with that," Bruins GM Peter Chiarelli said, referring to Subban. "He had a slow start, but I thought he had a real strong finish. He really came in and he has stuff to work on still, but -- if you look at his stats and you look at his start -- you can really appreciate how well he played. So he's on the right track." Subban had a 2.31 GAA and .920 save percentage in 33 games as an AHL rookie last season. He's expected to go back to the minors for the start of the 2014-15 campaign, but he might make his NHL debut before the season's over if Tuukka Rask or Niklas Svedberg suffer an injury.
Jul 14 - 10:47 PM

All eyes will be on goalie prospect Malcolm Subban and 2014 first-round pick David Pastrnak when the Bruins open their Development Camp this coming Wednesday.

Subban, who is coming off a tremendous season with Providence and Pastrnak, a potential David Krejci clone, are the players most everyone are buzzing about. The Camp opens on Wednesday July 9th and will run for five days.
Jul 5 - 8:45 AM

Malcolm Subban is having a great season in the minors.

Subban has a 2.28 GAA and .922 save percentage in 20 AHL contests. "Overall, we're happy with his progress," Bruins assistant GM Don Sweeney said. "There are some areas technically Bob (Essensa, the B's goalie coach) has been working with him. I think overall the adjustment to the pro game has been a bit of an eye-opener at times for him." Subban, 20, is still likely a few years away from establishing himself in the NHL, in part because the Bruins already have a fairly young starter in 26-year-old Tuukka Rask.
Feb 23 - 7:34 AM

The Boston Bruins made 2012 first-rounder Malcolm Subban one of Sunday's four cuts to the AHL on Sunday.

Subban beat his brother P.K. Subban but was dismantled by the Detroit Red Wings this past week. Other cuts include: Justin Florek, Carter Camper and Zach Trotman.
Source: CSNNE.com
Sun, Sep 22, 2013 06:31:00 PM

Malcolm Subban was lit up for eight goals in Thursday's 8-2 preseason loss to Detroit.

"We wanted him to fight through it," coach Claude Julien said. "This is a good learning thing for a goaltender, to see that this is what he's going to be facing. He's got to fight through those situations. It was one of those nights that, unfortunately, I think our guys in front of him certainly left him out to dry a little bit. I thought we made some real bad mistakes." To his credit, Subban is looking at the defeat in a positive way and perhaps it will serve as a learning experience. He is hoping to get a chance to bounce back.
Fri, Sep 20, 2013 06:36:00 AM

Malcolm Subban is expected to see action in Boston's pre-season opener Monday night.

He'll get to face his brother, P.K. Subban of the Montreal Canadiens, in the contest. The game will also feature Jarome Iginla's first appearances as a member of the Bruins. He will play with David Krejci and Milan Lucic.
Mon, Sep 16, 2013 01:53:00 PM

Despite allowing five goals, Malcolm Subban was one of the better Bruin players in Friday afternoon's rookie game against the Lightning.

The game ended in a 5-5 tie after the two teams also tied in the shootout following the contest. Boston prospect Jared Knight scored one of the Baby B's goals in the penalty shot portion of the game. Subban will not start the season in Boston as Tuukka Rask and one of Chad Johnson and Niklas Svedberg will back him up. But it won't be long until Subban is a fantasy factor.
Source: csnne.com
Sat, Sep 7, 2013 08:44:00 AM

Bruins goaltending prospect Malcolm Subban claims he's been working on shoring up a few weaknesses over the summer.

Subban is one of the top goaltending prospects in hockey and he claims he and his trainer have been working on correcting his deficiencies, which is different from the strategy he had last summer. "This year I focused on building my weaknesses as opposed to last year when I worked on my strengths," said Subban. When asked to specify what exactly he's been working on, the young netminder dodged the question, saying "I don't know. You'll have to ask my trainer."
Sun, Aug 25, 2013 12:38:00 PM

Malcolm Subban isn't concerned about the implications of Tuukka Rask's eight-year contract.

Subban is a highly regarded goaltending prospect, but he's not ready to play at the NHL level yet. "I’m not playing (in the NHL) yet. I’m not even in the AHL yet," Subban said yesterday after the first practice of the B’s development camp at Ristuccia Arena. "I’ve still got a lot of work to do to get there before that even enters my mind. Right now, it’s getting ready to even contend at that level. I don’t think I’m there yet. I feel like I have a big summer coming ahead. Going from the OHL to the AHL or the NHL is a huge step and that’s my focus right now." Subban is expected to start the 2013-14 campaign with AHL Providence.
Thu, Jul 11, 2013 07:56:00 AM

Boston GM Peter Chiarelli isn't interested in moving prospect Malcolm Subban.

The Bruins selected him in the first round, 24th overall, in the 2012 draft and his name has come up as a possible trade piece in rumored trades involving Calgary's Jarome Iginla. "I can tell you this: I'm not trading Malcolm Subban," Chiarelli told 98.5 The Sports Hub. "He's young. He's a very good goalie prospect and I see him in our future and being a big part of our future. We've got some goalie depth, but I'm telling you I'm not trading Malcolm Subban. There are other players, and we've got a fairly well-stocked cupboard of prospects, but I'm not trading Malcolm Subban."
Source: NHL.com
Wed, Mar 27, 2013 05:04:00 PM

Malclolm Subban was saddled with the loss in Canada's 6-5 overtime defeat at the hands of the Russians at the World Junior Championships.

Subban relieved starter Jordan Binnington at the 7:54 mark of the first period after the latter allowed three goals on only five shots. Binnington had replaced Subban as the team's starter following Subban's less than stellar performance against the Americans on Thursday. Although it can't be said that Canada's shaky goaltending was the only reason the team did not win a medal for the first time in 14 years, it sure was a primary factor.
Sat, Jan 5, 2013 09:37:00 AM

Malcolm Subban was pulled after allowing four goals on 16 shots during his two periods of work in Thursday's semifinal loss to the United States.

He will receive criticism for being decisively outplayed by American counterpart John Gibson in the match, but the loss cannot be solely placed on his shoulders. "I thought we left him out to dry," said Canada coach Steve Spott. "The goals they scored were quality goals. I was not disappointed with Malcolm at all." Team USA was simply put the better and more prepared squad. They outworked the favored Canadians up and down the ice. Team Canada was victimized for turning the puck over several times in the game and they were caught flat-footed frequently as well. They'll need to get back to playing with emotion and intelligence when they meet Russia for a chance at bronze on Saturday.
Source: Calgary Sun
Thu, Jan 3, 2013 05:25:00 PM

Malcolm Subban appreciates the confidence that Team Canada coach Steve Spott has displayed in him during the World Junior Championship.

"He showed he has a lot of faith in me and I really don't want to let him down," said Subban following Monday's win over Russia. "I'm trying my hardest to play well and hopefully I can keep that up for the rest of tournament." Subban didn't have a good selection camp and his work in the pre-tournament didn't inspire confidence either, but Spott has handed him the reigns so far and the move has paid off. Subban posted four wins and no losses in the preliminary round, to go with a 2.00 goals-against average. He has also stopped 107 of the 115 shots thrown his way.
Source: Calgary Sun
Tue, Jan 1, 2013 12:57:00 PM

Depth Charts

All Positions
PosRoleName
C1David Krejci
2Patrice Bergeron
3Carl Soderberg
4Gregory Campbell
5Marc Savard
LW1Milan Lucic
2Brad Marchand
3Matt Fraser
4Simon Gagne
5Daniel Paille
6Anthony Camara
7Craig Cunningham
RW1Loui Eriksson
2Reilly Smith
3Chris Kelly
4Seth Griffith
D1Zdeno Chara
2Torey Krug
3Dougie Hamilton
4Dennis Seidenberg
5Adam McQuaid
6Matt Bartkowski
7Kevan Miller
8Joe Morrow
9Zach Trotman
G1Tuukka Rask
2Niklas Svedberg