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NHL – PK Subban, a 13-year veteran of the NHL who played for the likes of the Montreal Canadiens, Nashville Predators, and New Jersey Devils, made the decision to retire on Tuesday. With a tweet titled “the end of this chapter,” Subban announced his retirement.
It’s never occurred to me that I’m “simply a hockey player.” “I always considered myself a human who happened to play hockey,” Subban wrote. The NHL gave me a platform from which to give back to the community via the organizations I founded because I always played as if it were my final shift, celebrated every goal with enthusiasm, and treated every game as if someone had paid to see them play for the first time.
Thank you to all the players I’ve ever played with or competed against; you challenged me to be my best.
Over the course of his 13-year career, Subban racked up 467 points (115 goals and 352 assists) in 834 games. The Canadiens initially picked him up in the second round of the 2007 NHL Draft (at pick number 43 overall). Subban made his NHL debut in 2010, and the next seven years he spent developing into one of the best defenseman in the league.
Subban played 434 games with the Canadiens, scoring 63 goals and adding 215 assists. With 38 points (11 goals and 27 assists) in 2012–13, the skilled defender was named the league’s best blue liner and awarded the Norris Trophy. Subban got an eight-year, $72 million contract deal in 2014, making him the highest-paid defender in the NHL at the time.
The Canadiens sent Subban to the Predators in exchange for Shea Weber in June of 2016. With the Predators, Subban scored ten or more goals in each of his first two seasons.
The Predators kept the three-time All-Star for the following three seasons until trading him to the Devils on draft night of 2019. Subban scored a total of 59 points in his last three NHL seasons with the Devils (17 goals and 42 assists).
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