Subban verge signing Atlantic Division team?
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PK SUBBAN ON THE VERGE OF SIGNING WITH AN ATLANTIC DIVISION TEAM?

SEP 19, 2022  (17H05)      MARCO
Defenceman P.K. Subban is still out of contract for the upcoming season. With the Boston Bruins' many injuries on defence, this team could become an interesting option for him.

Charlie McAvoy (December) and Matt Grzelcyk (November) are important pieces of this defense that will be out for a good part of the season. Add in Mike Reilly and Jakub Zboril who could miss the start of the season, and doors are suddenly open for the former Habs back.

The team's GM, Don Sweeney, even gave a few hints on the subject today. He mentioned that for the moment, he doesn't have a player invited to the camp, but that he could announce one, soon.

Imagine Subban in a Bruins jersey... One thing is for sure, he won't stop getting booed when he comes to the Bell Centre.

In 77 games last season, the 33-year-old defenceman had 22 points.

To be continued.


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