Montréal Canadiens
Montréal Canadiens
P.K. Subban
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P.K.Subban
POSITION: Defenceman
HEIGHT: 6' 0"
SHOOTS: Right
WEIGHT: 217
BIRTHDATE: 13/05/1989
AGE: 25
BIRTHPLACE: Toronto, ON, CAN
DRAFTED: MTL: 2007-43 overall
AWARDS:
James Norris Memorial Trophy (1)

2012-13 HIGHLIGHTS
- Led the team in March in differential (+7), assists (11), points (18), goals and powerplay goals (7 and 4, tied with M. Ryder)
- Led the NHL defensemen in goals, powerplay goals and points in March.
- Recorded 2 assists and a +2 differential on April 4 vs. WPG
- Registered 2 points (1-1-2) on April 11 at BUF
- Amassed 2 helpers on April 15 vs. PHI
- Registered 2 assists and a +1 differential on April 25 at WPG
- Led the NHL defensemen in April with 10 assists and ranked tied for 2nd with 11 points
- Led the team in April in assists (10), in average time on ice per game (24:13) and penalty minutes (35)
- Led the team with 27 assists
- Led the NHL defensemen in points (38, tied with K. Letang) and ranked 3rd in shots on goal (126)
- Finished tied for 2nd in the NHL with 19 powerplay assists

2011-12 HIGHLIGHTS

Led the team in October in average time on ice per game (23:48).
 
Played his 100th career game with the Canadiens in the NHL on November 21 against Boston.

Led the team in December with 14 penalty minutes and a 24:59 average time on ice per game.

Had a 3-game assist streak (February 11 to 15), posting a 0-3-3 record.

Led the team in average time on ice per game in February (24:06).

Played 8:55 on the penalty kill on March 16 at Ottawa.

Led the team in total ice time on the powerplay (283:04), as well as in total ice time (1,968:28) and average time on ice per game (24:18). 

Led the team’s defensemen in shots on goal (205 – 7th among NHL defensemen).  

2010-11 HIGHLIGHTS


Led the team in October with 6 assists.

Scored his first regular season goal in the NHL on November 11 at Boston.

Led the team with a 23:50 average time on the ice in January.

Led the team in February in points (9, tied with M.Pacioretty, T. Plekanec and R. Hamrlik).

Became the first rookie defenseman in team history to register a hat trick, on March 20 at Minnesota.

Was named the NHL Third Star of the week ending on March 20, with a 4-2-6 record in 4 games.

Led the team (tied with A. Kostitsyn) with 5 goals in March.

Led the team with 9 power play goals.