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Subban (upper-body) participated in his first team practice session on Thursday.

Subban has been out since December 15th with what is believed to be a herniated disc, but took part in Thursday’s optional practice. When the Predators placed Subban on IR on January 1st, they said he would miss two more weeks, but we’ve reached that point already, so it looks like it will be closer to three weeks.

Source: Adam Vingan 01/13/17, 4:51 am EST

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The Predators have acquired P.K. Subban from the Canadiens for Shea Weber.

Subban, 27, has become one of the top defensemen in the NHL since being drafted 43rd overall in 2007. He has turned in three straight 50-plus point seasons, but had a career-low six goals and 3.4% shooting percentage. Subban will likely slide onto the Predators’ top pair alongside Roman Josi, forming one of the NHL’s top offensive pairings.

Source: Pierre LeBrun 06/29/16, 12:59 pm EST

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Subban (neck) skated on Tuesday, but will not play vs. the Ducks; hopeful for Thursday.

Subban took part in the Canadiens morning skate on Tuesday, but will be sidelined for a sixth consecutive game, however he is expected to return on Thursday vs. the Red Wings. The Canadiens are way out of the playoff picture, so don’t expect them to put Subban in their lineup until he is 100 percent healthy.

Source: John Lu 03/22/16, 7:46 am EST

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Subban (neck) will not be in the lineup on Saturday.

Thankfully for the Canadiens and Subban owners, he suffered what is being classified as a “minor neck injury.” Despite the injury not being as serious as it originally looked, Subban is still day-to-day and will be sidelined for Saturday’s game. With Subban out, the Canadiens have just five healthy defensemen, so they will likely recall a blueliner from St. John’s on Friday afternoon.

Source: Arpon Basu 03/11/16, 10:12 am EST

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