P.K. Subban made his retirement announcement on Tuesday.
P.K. Subban made his retirement announcement on Tuesday. following 13 seasons in the NHL, playing for the Montreal Canadiens, Nashville Predators, and New Jersey Devils.
The defenseman played for 834 games, with 115 goals and 467 points. He revealed the end of his career in an Instagram post.
Subban recalled being a child and dreaming about playing for the NHL, just like his hero Don Cherry. “These days I still dream about it,” Subban wrote.
People see their work as more than just their job. The person’s true passion and interest in what they do are what define them and make them happy. The NHL provided him with a platform for him to give back to others, like his charities.
Subban was drafted in 2007 by the Montreal Canadiens, 43rd overall. He played a prominent role on the Blue Line for six seasons and won the Norris in 2013. The native Canadian began his career playing in Montreal and later moved to Toronto.
P.K. Subban signed an eight-year contract extension worth $72 million shortly after being named the Canadiens’ alternate captain. He was also the NHL’s highest-paid defender at the time.
Just two years after being traded to Nashville, he helped the Predators make a blockbuster trade with Shea Weber.
Subban was traded again in the year 2019 and has had his worst statistical season, but he’s signed with the Devils until 2020.