Subban was born in Toronto on May 13, 1988. While growing up playing hockey, he was constantly faced with racism and told he would never be able to succeed playing hockey. Little did everyone know he was born to be a pro hockey player for many different NHL teams.
Donation to the children's hospital
Subban played for many teams growing up hoping to be a pro hockey player, but then finally, Subban was drafted by the Montreal Canadiens in the second round, 43rd overall, of the 2007 NHL drafts.
The teams he played for
Subban was nominated for the James Norris award in 2013 for the NHL’s top defenseman and for being tied with Kris Letang as the top defenseman scorers.
In September 2015 P.K. Subban donated ten million dollars to the Montreal Children’s Hospital over the course of seven years.
P.K. Subban played for 5 teams and 2 leagues throughout his hockey career. He played for the Belleville Bulls, the Hamilton Bulldogs, The Montreal Canadiens, the Nashville Predators, and the New Jersey Devils. He played in the OHL and still plays in the NHL.