P.K. Subban says he's sick of being known as the black guy in the NHL -- and would rather be known as "one of the best players in the league"... regardless of race. The Montreal Canadiens superstar was out at The Nice Guy in Hollywood Monday night…
With the 2016 Stanley Cup playoffs now underway, there's growing speculation over potential moves in the coming offseason. Some notable names, such as Montreal Canadiens defenseman P.K. Subban (pictured above), have become grist for the rumor mill. Show More Summary
The pursuit of the Stanley Cup begins without a Canada-based team for the first time since 1970. Canada went 0 for 7 this season, with the Toronto Maple Leafs, Montreal Canadiens, Ottawa Senators, Winnipeg Jets, Calgary Flames, Edmonton Oilers and Vancouver Canucks missing the playoffs.The Detroit...
Looks like Montreal Canadiens defenseman P.K. Subban will be the subject of an E:60 feature soon, which should be both fun (...)
Former All-Star Game MVP John Scott has been recalled by the Montreal Canadiens for their remaining games of the regular season.
The story of the exiled All-Star M.V.P. took another twist over the weekend when he was called up by the Montreal Canadiens.
With three games left in the season, the Montreal Canadiens have recalled All-Star Game MVP John Scott back into the NHL. Scott has (...)
What was he thinking? Sven Andrighetto has won the hearts of Montreal Canadiens fans over the last couple of years with a good work ethic and timely offensive contributions. But he drew their ire on Tuesday with one of the most confounding...Show More Summary
Zach Parise keeps pushing the Wild towards the playoffs. Alexei Emelin should probably time those big hits better. The veteran Montreal Canadiens defenseman decided to take a chance early against the New York Rangers on Saturday and paid for it. Show More Summary
A big hit led to a big goal. Alexei Emelin should probably time those big hits better. The veteran Montreal Canadiens defenseman decided to take a chance early against the New York Rangers on Saturday and paid for it. The Rangers were...Show More Summary
It hasn’t been the best year ever for the Montreal Canadiens. And it didn’t get much better Saturday night. With no Carey (...)
We can't wait for that game. We didn't quite get a goalie fight on Wednesday night in Buffalo, but the postgame comments from the two involved netminders almost made up for it. Late in the second period of the Montreal Canadiens' win over the Sabres, a scrum developed near the net of Buffalo goalie Robin Lehner. Show More Summary
Not many players get away with that. Say this for Montreal Canadiens rookie Mike McCarron: he's not afraid to tempt serious NHL retribution. The Buffalo Sabres and Montreal Canadiens played a testy, tense game for the better part of forty minutes on Wednesday. Show More Summary
Montreal Canadiens superstar PK Subban suffered a scary neck injury in an awkward collision with teammate Alexei Emelin late in Thursday night’s game against the Sabres. Subban was pursuing the Sabres Marcus Foligno into the corner when he fell to his knees just as teammate Alexei Emelin was coming in to cut Foligno off. The […]
A scary moment overshadowed any other game action. It's almost five years to the day since one of the scariest moments in Montreal Canadiens history occurred. And on Thursday, those memories came rushing back to hockey fans everywhere. A year full of misery for Montreal reached its darkest point in the third period against the Buffalo Sabres. P.K. Show More Summary
Montreal Canadiens defenseman P.K. Subban suffered a neck injury during Thursday night’s home game against the Buffalo Sabres after teammate Alexei Emelin collided with him during a scrum in the corner. It didn’t look good: Subban was stretchered off the ice and taken to a local hospital for a possible neck injury. Thankfully, the Canadiens […]
In a scary scene at the Bell Centre on Thursday night, Montreal Canadiens defenseman P.K. Subban had to be taken off the ice on a (...)
Montreal Canadiens defenseman P.K. Subban was forced from Thursday night's game against the Buffalo Sabres after colliding with teammate Alexei Emelin. Continue for updates. Subban Stretchered Off Thursday, March 10 According to Sportsnet's...Show More Summary
A scary, scary moment in Montreal. Silence swept the Bell Centre on Thursday night, as Montreal Canadiens defenseman P.K. Subban had to be stretchered off the ice in the third period after a freak collision with a teammate. Subban was chasing after Buffalo Sabres winger Marcus Foligno in the corner when he seemed to trip and lose his balance. Show More Summary
What started with an unfortunate accident has ended on a high note. Montreal Canadiens star P.K. Subban found himself in a rough spot a few weeks ago. According to John Meagher of the Montreal Gazette, an infant named Beatrice Dompierre was struck by a puck tossed into the stands by the Canadiens defenseman at an open practice. Show More Summary