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.
Subban (neck) left Thursday’s game and was taken to hospital; was released later in the evening.
Subban had to be taken off of the ice on a stretcher after being hit in the head by teammate Alexei Emelin. Subban was admitted to a nearby hospital for evaluation, but was released later in the night. Not having to spend the night at the hospital is a good sign that Subban’s neck injury is not as serious as originally feared. He will likely miss Saturday’s game, but at least it doesn’t look like his season is over.
Subban (flu) will be a game-time decision on Monday.
Subban missed the morning skate with the flu, so he is listed as a game-time decision. Subban hasn’t missed many games in his NHL career, so expect him to play vs. the Blue Jackets.
Source: Stu Cowan 01/26/16, 6:41 am EST
Subban will not be suspended for his slash on Mark Stone; will play in Game 2.
Subban was given a game misconduct for slashing Mark Stone in Game 1, but won’t face any supplemental discipline. Stone reportedly suffered a micro fracture in his right wrist as a result and is “very questionable” to play again in the series.
Source: CBC.ca 04/16/15, 10:56 am EST
Subban (illness) will play on Friday.
Subban missed Thursday’s practice with an illness, but skated briefly prior to the Canadiens morning skate. He will be in the lineup tonight vs. the Kings and comes in with two goals and four assists in his last six games.
Source: John Lu 12/12/14, 11:56 am EST
On Saturday, the Canadiens signed P.K Subban to an eight-year deal worth $72 million.
Subban, 25, filed for salary arbitration, but the Canadiens were able to work out a long-term deal with the 2012-12 Norris Trophy winner. He set a career high and finished fifth among defensemen in points with 53 (10G / 43A) in 2013-14. His $9 million dollar annual cap-hit makes him the highest paid NHL D-man by $1.2 over Shea Weber and even more than Sidney Crosby. He is a top-20 fantasy pick this season and could crack the first round in some drafts.
Subban and Pacioretty both in for #Habs tonight
Subban was sick for the last few days but he will be in the lineup tonight when the Habs take on Carolina. Subban has played well since returning from his contract holdout. He has registered 3 G and 3 A in his first 8 games.
Source: Arpon Basu 02/18/13, 6:25 am EST
PK Subban is already at the Bell Center. He'll play his first game of the season this afternoon.
Subban will be a welcomed addition to the Habs roster. He is an exciting player and a solid fantasy contributer, get him in your lineup.
Subban on 2nd PP wave with Bouillon. Guessing P.K. plays tomorrow.
P.K. Subban looks like he'll make his season debut tomorrow on the Habs third defensive pairing. Subban is a great talent and should hit the ground running.
Source: Dave Stubbs 02/1/13, 6:45 am EST
PK Subban told us there is no timetable set for when he will play his first game. Would like to get some practices in with the full team.
Subban practiced today but will not play tonight for the Habs. Monitor his situation and get him in your lineup as soon as he enters Montreal's lineup.
Source: Ian Mendes 01/30/13, 8:07 am EST
2 year contract for PK Subban with the Canadiens.
Subban finally signs with the Canadiens. I would expect him to be in the lineup as soon as possible. Monitor his status and get him in your lineup right away.
Kaberle, Subban, Cole, DD and Pacioretty make up the PP unit
Subban moves onto the top PP unit. Five of his 18 points have come with the man advantage this season.
Source: Arpon Basu 01/19/12, 8:41 am EST
BROSSARD, Que. - Forget the language controversy, P.K. Subban says being made a healthy scratch as the Montreal Canadiens lost a fifth game in a row was the real humiliation.
Expect Subban to play against the Sens tomorrow. The Toronto native has two goals and 14 points through 35 games.
Source: NHL.com 12/26/11, 12:56 pm EST
PK Subban will be in the lineup afterall- little sick, missed AM skate. Emelin, Weber, Gomez and Gionta will be the #Habs scratches.
Remember to keep Subban in your lineup as he will play through his illness.
Oh! P.K. est là. Sorry, Subban is there.
Subban is taking warmups which is a good indication he will play. The former 43rd overall pick has two goals and 14 points on the season.
Subban est grippé, présence douteuse ce soir.
Subban has the flu and is questionable for tonight's game. Check back for a further update as this decision may be made closer to game time.
Source: MA Godin 12/19/11, 7:48 am EST
Subban moves back to the top PP unit, replacing Yannick Weber. With only one point and a minus-6 rating over his first six games, Subban needs to kickstart his offense.
Source: Arpon Basu 10/21/11, 9:11 am EST
Subban is nursing a "minor upper-body thing" and isn't playing golf today. "I'll be ready for camp" he adds.
No way to tell whether his "minor upper-body thing" will be a nagging injury at this point in time. Be aware that Subban may battle through some pain this season; it seems like the Habs are doing everything possible to ensure 100 percent health.