Few players can boast of being inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame after only 834 games in the NHL. Especially if, like P.K. Subban, seven out of 12 seasons have been decent, but nothing more.
But that's what former tough guy Paul Bissonnette believes, saying that the former Habs defenseman deserves his place, not just for what he did on the ice, but also for what he did off the ice and in the media.
« Because of his impact off the ice and what he will continue to do for field hockey, I think there is no doubt that he will be there. »
In addition to winning the Norris Trophy and finishing as a finalist twice, Subban has always been very involved in the community, as well as becoming a prominent member of the media. His post career is already mapped out for him and it is for the combination of all of this that Paul Bissonnette believes we will see P.K. Subban's name in the Hall of Fame one day.