Malcolm Subban

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Malcolm Subban
Malcolm-Subban-2016-training-camp.jpg
Malcolm Subban during Boston Bruins training camp, 2016
Born (1993-12-21) December 21, 1993 (age 23)
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Height 6 ft 2 in (188 cm)
Weight 200 lb (91 kg; 14 st 4 lb)
Position Goaltender
Catches Left
NHL team (P)
Cur. team
Boston Bruins
Providence Bruins (AHL)
NHL Draft 24th overall, 2012
Boston Bruins
Playing career 2013–present

Malcolm-Jamaal Justin Subban (born December 21, 1993) is a Canadian ice hockey goaltender. He currently plays in the American Hockey League with the Providence Bruins as a prospect of the Boston Bruins in the National Hockey League (NHL). Subban was selected by the Boston Bruins in the first round (24th overall) of the 2012 NHL Entry Draft. He played junior hockey in the Ontario Hockey League with the Belleville Bulls. His older brother, P. K. Subban is a defenceman with the Nashville Predators. His younger brother Jordan is a prospect for the Vancouver Canucks.

Playing career[edit]

Amateur[edit]

Subban made his Ontario Hockey League (OHL) debut with the Belleville Bulls during the 2009–10 season, appearing in a single game with the club.[1] The next season, Subban spent the entire season with the Bulls, appearing in 32 games and recording 10 wins.[1] Heading into the 2011–12 OHL season, Subban was a highly ranked prospect for the 2012 NHL Entry Draft, and finished the season as the number one ranked goaltender in North America.[2] The Boston Bruins made Subban the 24th overall pick of the 2012 draft.[3] He signed a three-year contract with the club just prior to the 2012–13 NHL lockout.[4] With the NHL shutdown, Subban returned to the Bulls for another season in the OHL, recording 29 wins in 46 games.[1]

Professional[edit]

Subban attended his first NHL training camp with the Boston Bruins ahead of the 2013–14 season. He was cut shortly after appearing in a preseason game where he allowed 8 goals to the Detroit Red Wings, and assigned to Boston's American Hockey League affiliate in Providence.[5] However, during the same preseason schedule, Malcolm had his very first opportunity to face his feisty defenseman brother P. K. Subban on the Habs squad on September 16, 2013, in a preseason match between the Bruins and Canadiens at Montreal's Bell Centre — Malcolm replaced Bruins rookie goaltender Chad Johnson at about 14 minutes into the game's second period, and managed to stop every single shot in the 31:49 he played in-net, en route to a 6–3 defeat of the Canadiens.[6]

During the 2014–15 Boston Bruins season, due to the Boston team's backup goaltender Niklas Svedberg needing conditioning play with the parent team's AHL affiliate, Malcolm Subban received his first-ever NHL callup to back up Tuukka Rask on January 30, 2015.[7]

On February 20, 2015, Subban made his NHL debut against the St. Louis Blues. He was replaced by Tuukka Rask in the second period after giving up 3 goals on 3 shots, but returned later in the game.

On February 6, 2016, he was hospitalized after taking a puck to the throat during pre-game warmups. The organization announced Subban would miss at least 8 weeks due to this injury.

After his fractured larynx healed during the 2016 off-season, Subban's play for the Providence Bruins during the 2016–17 AHL season resulted in an 11-14-1 record, with a 2.41 GAA and a 0.917 save percentage. By the 2017 off-season, Subban, along with fellow Providence Bruins goaltender Zane McIntyre, were each re-signed with the Boston Bruins for two years, at $650,000 per year.[8]

International play[edit]

He was goaltender for Team Canada in the 2013 World Junior Championships in Ufa, Russia.[9] He appeared in six games, with four wins. Canada finished in fourth place at the tournament.[10]

Personal life[edit]

His older brother, winner of the 2013 Norris Trophy, P. K. Subban, currently plays in the NHL with the Nashville Predators. Malcolm also has a younger brother, Jordan, who plays as a defenceman with the Utica Comets and was drafted 115th overall by the Vancouver Canucks in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft.[11] His father, Karl, is the fifth leading scorer in Lakehead University basketball history. An older sister, Natassia, played basketball at York University, ending her university career as the all-time leading scorer in Ontario University Athletics.[2]

Career Statistics[edit]

Regular season and playoffs[edit]

Regular season Playoffs
Season Team League GP W L T/OT MIN GA SO GAA SV% GP W L MIN GA SO GAA SV%
2009–10 Toronto Jr. Canadiens OJHL 2 0 1 0 71 4 0 3.39 .882
2009–10 Belleville Bulls OHL 1 0 0 0 13 0 0 0.00 1.000
2010–11 Belleville Bulls OHL 32 10 17 2 1785 94 0 3.16 .900 3 0 3 178 6 0 2.02 .933
2011–12 Belleville Bulls OHL 39 25 14 0 2258 94 3 2.50 .923 6 2 4 369 18 0 2.93 .917
2012–13 Belleville Bulls OHL 46 29 11 4 2695 96 5 2.14 .934 17 11 6 1021 34 3 2.00 .933
2013–14 Providence Bruins AHL 33 15 10 5 1920 74 1 2.31 .920 6 2 2 244 12 0 2.96 .888
2014–15 Providence Bruins AHL 35 16 13 4 2017 82 3 2.44 .921 2 1 1 160 3 0 1.12 .953
2014–15 Boston Bruins NHL 1 0 1 0 31 3 0 5.81 .500
2015–16 Providence Bruins AHL 27 14 8 5 1635 67 1 2.46 .911
2016–17 Providence Bruins AHL 32 11 14 5 1789 72 1 2.41 .917 3 0 2 113 4 0 2.12 .937
2016–17 Boston Bruins NHL 1 0 1 0 31 3 0 5.81 .813
NHL totals 2 0 2 0 62 6 0 5.81 .727

International[edit]

Year Team Event Result GP W L OTL MIN GA SO GAA SV%
2013 Canada WJC 4th 6 4 2 0 326 15 0 2.76 .901
Junior totals 6 4 2 0 326 15 0 2.76 .901

Awards[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Malcolm Subban". National Hockey League. Retrieved 2013-12-16. 
  2. ^ a b "Subban, Malcolm". National Hockey League. Retrieved 2013-12-16. 
  3. ^ Traikos, Michael (2012-06-23). "NHL draft 2012: Malcolm Subban ready for brotherly rivalry". The National Post. Retrieved 2013-12-16. 
  4. ^ John Bishop (September 6, 2012). "Subban Inks Entry-Level Deal". BostonBruins.com. Retrieved September 7, 2012. 
  5. ^ Haggerty, Joe. "Bruins release Subban, three others from camp". Comcast Sports Net North East. Retrieved 2013-12-16. 
  6. ^ Basu, Arpon (September 17, 2013). "Malcolm Subban wins first battle against brother P.K.". NHL.com. National Hockey League. Retrieved September 17, 2013. 
  7. ^ "Svedberg to join Providence on conditioning loan; Subban recalled from Providence". BostonBruins.com. Boston Bruins. January 30, 2015. Retrieved January 30, 2015. 
  8. ^ "Bruins Sign McIntyre and Subban to Two-Year, Two-Way Contracts". nhl.com/bruins. Boston Bruins. July 14, 2017. Retrieved July 14, 2017. Boston Bruins General Manager Don Sweeney announced today, July 14, that the team has signed goaltenders Zane McIntyre and Malcolm Subban each to a two-year, two-way contract worth $650,000 at the NHL level...Subban, 23, appeared in 32 games for the Providence Bruins during the 2016-17 season, posting an 11-14-1 record with a 2.41 goals against average and a 0.917 save percentage. The Toronto, Ontario native also appeared in one game for Boston during the 2016-17 season. Over his four-year AHL career, Subban has manned the pipes for 127 games, posting a record of 56-45-15. 
  9. ^ "Player Profile: Malcolm Subban". Retrieved 28 January 2013. 
  10. ^ "Malcolm Subban". National Hockey League. Retrieved 2013-12-16. 
  11. ^ Dave Feschuk (24 December 2007). "P.K. Subban's NHL dream". Toronto Star. Retrieved 28 January 2013. 
  12. ^ "BULLS' MALCOLM SUBBAN NAMED VAUGH CHL GOALTENDER OF THE WEEK", 2010-12-14, The Canadian Hockey League, Accessed 2014-01-07
  13. ^ "OHL All-Rookie Teams for 2010–11", Ontario Hockey League, Accessed 2014-01-07
  14. ^ a b "BULLS’ MALCOLM SUBBAN NAMED VAUGHN CHL GOALTENDER OF THE WEEK", 2011-11-29, The Canadian Hockey League, Accessed 2014-01-07
  15. ^ "BULLS’ MALCOLM SUBBAN NAMED VAUGHN CHL GOALTENDER OF THE WEEK", 2013-02-27, The Canadian Hockey League, Accessed 2014-01-07
  16. ^ "BULLS’ MALCOLM SUBBAN NAMED VAUGHN CHL GOALTENDER OF THE WEEK", 2013-04-16, The Canadian Hockey League, Accessed 2014-01-07
  17. ^ "OHL Announces 2012–13 All-Star Teams", Ontario Hockey League, Accessed 2014-01-07

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Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Dougie Hamilton
Boston Bruins first round draft pick
2012
Succeeded by
David Pastrnak