P.K. Subban to Tampa Bay?



pk-subban-150Rampant rumours have been swirling around the NHL that the Montreal Canadiens are in talks with the Tampa Bay Lightning with regards to the acquisition of Vincent Lecavalier and one of the many names being tossed around has been that of Habs’ prospect P.K. Subban. Subban is a very talented offensive defenseman currently playing for the Belleville Bulls of the OHL.

Everyone, including Lecavalier and his agent, is denying that the teams are even talking so no need to put much weight into this until we hear something new.


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