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| image = PK Subban - Montreal Canadiens 2015b.jpg
| caption= Subban with the [[Montreal Canadiens]] in 2015
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| position = [[Defenceman (ice hockey)|Defence]]
| shoots = Right
| height_ft = 6
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| weight_lb = 218
| team = [[Montreal Canadiens]]
| league = [[National Hockey League|NHL]]
| ntl_team = CAN
| birth_date = {{birth date and age|1989|5|13}}
| birth_place = [[Toronto]], [[Ontario|ON]], [[Canada|CAN]]
| career_start = 2009
| draft = 43rd overall
| draft_year = 2007
| draft_team = [[Montreal Canadiens]]
'''Pernell Karl "P. K." Subban'''<ref>{{Cite web|title=Speedy Subban has lots of confidence|url=|accessdate=2011-01-09|date=2007-06-25|publisher=''[[Canwest News Service|CanWest MediaWorks Publications Inc]]''}}</ref> (born May 13, 1989) is a [[Canadians|Canadian]] professional [[ice hockey]] [[Defenceman (ice hockey)|defenceman]] and an [[Captain (ice hockey)#Alternate captains|alternate captain]] for the [[Montreal Canadiens]] of the [[National Hockey League]] (NHL). Subban was drafted by the Montreal Canadiens in the second round, 43rd overall, of the [[2007 NHL Entry Draft]]. In 2013, he won the [[James Norris Memorial Trophy]], and was tied with [[Kris Letang]] as the leading scorer amongst all defencemen.
Internationally, Subban has won a gold medal with Team Canada at the [[Ice hockey at the 2014 Winter Olympics|2014 Winter Olympics]].
==Personal life==
[[File:PK Subban - Off Ice NYC.jpg|thumb|right|Subban signing autographs in 2013]]
Subban's parents both immigrated to [[Ontario]] from the Caribbean in the 1970s. His father Karl moved from [[Jamaica]] to [[Sudbury, Ontario|Sudbury]], and his mother, Maria, came from [[Montserrat]] to [[Hamilton, Ontario|Hamilton]]. Karl is a retired school principal.<ref>{{cite web|url=|title=Subban family, Claireville school community gather for principal’s retirement|publisher=[[Etobicoke Guardian]]|date=2013-06-25|accessdate=2013-06-30}}</ref> P. K. was born in Toronto, and has four siblings: Nastassia, Natasha, [[Jordan Subban|Jordan]] and [[Malcolm Subban|Malcolm]].<ref>{{cite web|url=|title=P.K. Subban's NHL dream|publisher=[[Toronto Star]]|date=2007-12-24|accessdate=2011-04-06}}</ref> P. K., Malcolm and Jordan all played for the [[Belleville Bulls]] during their junior career. Growing up, Subban was good friends with the first overall pick in the [[2009 NHL Entry Draft]], [[John Tavares (ice hockey)|John Tavares]].<ref>{{cite web|last=Gordon|first=Sean|title=Subban, Tavares set friendship aside, just for a night|url=|publisher=''[[The Globe and Mail]]''|date = 2012-08-23|accessdate=2013-10-15}}</ref> Malcolm is a goaltender who was selected by the [[Boston Bruins]] in the first round of the [[2012 NHL Entry Draft]]. Jordan was drafted by the [[Vancouver Canucks]] in the fourth round of the [[2013 NHL Entry Draft]].<ref>{{cite web | url= | title=Canucks make Jordan Subban fourth round selection | publisher=[[Belleville Bulls]] | date = 2013-06-30 | accessdate = 2013-06-30}}</ref>
==Playing career==
Subban spent his junior career with the [[Belleville Bulls]] of the [[Ontario Hockey League]] (OHL). In [[2005–06 OHL season|2005–06]] he recorded 12 points in a 52-game rookie campaign. In [[2006–07 OHL season|2006–07]] he improved to 56 points in 68 games. Subban was drafted by the Canadiens in the off-season. He recorded 46-points in just 58 games during the [[2007–08 OHL season|2007–08]] campaign, before adding 23 points and matching his regular season goals total of 8 in the post-season. He helped Belleville to the [[J. Ross Robertson Cup]] Finals against the [[Kitchener Rangers]], where they lost the OHL title in seven games. Following a junior career high 76 points (in 56 games) in [[2008–09 OHL season|2008–09]], Subban was signed to a three-year entry-level contract by the Canadiens.<ref>{{Cite web|title=Canadiens sign defencemen Subban, Benoit to contracts|url=|accessdate=2009-05-14|date=2009-05-14|publisher=''[[The Sports Network|TSN]]''}}</ref>
Subban was assigned to the [[Hamilton Bulldogs]] of the [[American Hockey League]] (AHL) to begin the [[2009–10 NHL season|2009–10 season]]. He was elected to play in the [[2010 AHL All-Star Game]] in [[Portland, Maine|Portland]]. Shortly thereafter, he earned his first call-up to the Canadiens on February 11, 2010. The following day he registered his first NHL point, an assist, in his debut against the [[Philadelphia Flyers]] on February 12.
On April 26, 2010, Subban was recalled from Hamilton during the Canadiens' first round playoff series against the [[Washington Capitals]].<ref>{{cite web|url=|title=Subban's callup adds extra drama ahead of Game 6|publisher=''[[CBC Sports]]''|date=2010-04-26|accessdate=2010-12-14}}</ref> He recorded his first NHL [[playoff]] point, an assist, in his first NHL playoff game, on April 26, 2010.<ref>{{cite web|url=|title=Subban solid in playoff debut with Canadiens|publisher=''[[National Post]]''|author=Dave Stubbs|date=2010-04-27|accessdate=2010-12-14}}</ref> His first goal came in game 1 of the Canadiens' second round series against the [[Pittsburgh Penguins]] on April 30, 2010.<ref>{{cite web|url=|title=Penguins' power play ices Habs|publisher=''[[CBC Sports]]''|author=Doug Harrison|date=2010-04-30|accessdate=2010-12-14}}</ref> In game 3 against the Philadelphia Flyers in the 2010 Eastern Conference Finals, Subban became the third rookie defenceman in Canadiens' history to register three assists in one game.<ref>{{cite web|url=|title=Canadiens dominate Flyers in Game 3|publisher=''[[CBC Sports]]''|author=Tim Wharnsby|date=2010-05-20|accessdate=2010-12-14}}</ref> In all, Subban recorded one goal and eight points in 14 playoff games for the Canadiens.
After the Canadiens were eliminated by the Flyers, Subban was returned to the Bulldogs, who were still alive in the [[2010 Calder Cup Playoffs|Calder Cup Playoffs]].<ref>{{cite web|url=|title=Springtime hockey continues for Subban|publisher=''[[Sportsnet]]''|date=2010-05-25|accessdate=2010-12-14}}</ref> Subban was awarded the AHL [[President's Awards|President's Award]] in recognition of his accomplishments in the [[2009–10 AHL season|2009–10 season]].<ref>{{cite web|url=|title=Habs prospect Subban wins AHL honours|publisher=''[[Toronto Sun]]''|date=2010-07-08|accessdate=2010-12-14}}</ref>
[[File:P.K. Subban 2010 AHL.jpg|thumb|left|Subban at the [[2010 AHL All-Star Game]]]]
On March 20, 2011, he became the first Canadiens rookie defenceman to score a [[Hat-trick#Hockey|hat trick]] in a game. This feat came in an 8–1 victory against the [[Minnesota Wild]].<ref>{{cite web|url=|title=P. K. Subban écrit l'histoire|publisher=''[[Réseau des sports|RDS]]''|author=Stéphane Laberge|date=2011-03-26|accessdate=2011-03-28|language=fr}}</ref>
Playing in 81 games in the [[2011–12 NHL season|2011–12 season]], Subban recorded seven goals to go with 29 assists. A restricted free agent after the 2011–12 season, Subban sat out the first four games of [[2012–13 NHL season|2013]] while the two sides negotiated a contract. On January 28, 2013, he signed a two-year deal with Montreal worth $5.75 million.<ref>{{cite web
|url=|title=Canadiens sign Subban to two-year, $5.75M contract|date=2013-01-28|publisher=''[[The Sports Network|TSN]]''|accessdate=2013-06-12}}</ref>
Subban recorded 11 goals and 27 assists, matching his career-high 38 points despite playing in only 42 games because of the lockout-shortened season. At the end of the [[2012–13 NHL season|2012–13 season]], Subban won the [[James Norris Memorial Trophy]], awarded to the NHL's top defenceman.<ref name=NHL_awards_2013>{{cite web|title=NHL Awards: Capitals star Alex Ovechkin wins Hart Trophy as league's MVP|url=|work=[[Winnipeg Free Press]]|accessdate=2013-06-17}}</ref>
On July 3, 2013, Subban was named to the [[NHL All-Star Team#2010s|NHL First All-Star Team]].
Subban played 82 games in the [[2013–14 NHL season|2013–14 regular season]], in which he registered a total of 53 points with 10 of the points in goals. He was one of Montreal's most important assets for the playoffs, as he registered 14 points in 17 games.
Subban became a [[restricted free agent]] at the close of the 2013–14 season when his contract expired. According to the [[NHL Collective Bargaining Agreement]], Subban earned the right to salary arbitration, having signed his first Standard Player Contract between the ages of 18 and 20 and having accrued four years of professional experience or more.<ref>{{cite web|title=NHL Collective Bargaining Agreement|url=|website=[[NHL]]|accessdate=17 September 2014}}</ref> He filed for arbitration before the deadline of July 5.<ref>{{cite web|author=Ken Campbell|title=Great news for Canadiens fans: P.K. Subban files for arbitration|url=|website=[[The Hockey News]]|date=5 July 2014|accessdate=17 September 2014}}</ref> The hearing took place on August 1, 2014, with Subban's camp asking for a one-year deal worth $8.5 million and the Canadiens offering a one-year deal worth $5.5 million.<ref>{{cite web|author=Sean Fitz-Gerald|title=A rundown of Montreal Canadiens defenceman P.K. Subban’s arbitration hearing and what comes next|url=|website=[[National Post]]|date=1 August 2014|accessdate=17 September 2014}}</ref>
Under NHL CBA rules, the parties could continue to negotiate and reach an agreement until the arbitrator announced her decision, given in the 48 hours following the hearing. As arbitration was player-elected, once the arbitrator released her decision, the team would have had 48 hours to agree to the terms or walk away, making Subban an [[Free_agent#Unrestricted_free_agent|unrestricted free agent]].<ref>{{cite web|title=NHL Collective Bargaining Agreement|url=|website=[[NHL]]|accessdate=17 September 2014}}</ref> The day after the hearing, on August 2, 2014, it was announced that Subban and the Habs had agreed to terms on an eight-year, $72 million contract, running through the 2021–22 season.<ref>{{cite web|title=Canadiens agree to terms on an 8-year contract with defenseman P.K. Subban|url=|website=Montreal Canadiens|accessdate=August 2, 2014}}</ref> The contract made him the highest paid defenseman and third-highest paid player in the league at the time.<ref>{{cite web|author=Arpon Basu|title=Subban, Canadiens agree to terms on 8-year contract|url=|website=[[NHL]]|date=3 August 2014|accessdate=17 September 2014}}</ref>
On September 15, 2014, Subban was named an alternate captain of the Canadiens along with [[Max Pacioretty]], [[Tomáš Plekanec]] and [[Andrei Markov (ice hockey)|Andrei Markov]].<ref name="Canadiens alternate captains">{{cite web | url= | title=Canadiens opt for four alternate captains this season | publisher=NHL | date=15 September 2014 | accessdate=15 September 2014}}</ref>
==International play==
{{MedalSport|[[Ice hockey]]}}
{{MedalCompetition | [[Ice hockey at the Winter Olympics|Winter Olympics]]}}
{{MedalGold| [[Ice hockey at the 2014 Winter Olympics - Men's tournament|2014 Sochi]]|}}
{{MedalCompetition|[[World Junior Ice Hockey Championships|World Junior Championships]]}}
{{MedalGold|[[2009 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships|2009]] [[Canada]]|}}
{{MedalGold|[[2008 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships|2008]] [[Czech Republic]]|}}
Subban made an international debut for Team Canada at the [[2008 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships]] in the [[Czech Republic]]. He saw limited ice time as Canada's 7th defenceman, but was able to help the team capture their fourth consecutive gold medal at the tournament, defeating [[Sweden men's national junior ice hockey team|Sweden]] in overtime in the final. Subban represented Canada again at the [[2009 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships|2009 World Juniors]] in [[Ottawa]] and took on a more important role with the team. He scored three goals and nine points and a [[plus-minus|differential]] of plus 12 in the tournament, helping Canada to its fifth consecutive gold medal as they once again defeated Sweden in the final. Subban was named to the Tournament All-Star Team along with tournament MVP and close friend [[John Tavares (ice hockey)|John Tavares]].
Subban was invited to participate in the 2012 IIHF World Championships, but was injured during pre-tournament play. Subban was a late addition to the Canadian team at the 2013 IIHF World Championships. He joined them in the elimination round for one game, which Canada lost. Subban was named to Team Canada's [[Ice Hockey at the 2014 Winter Olympics|2014 Olympic]] Men's hockey team.<ref>{{cite web|title=PK Subban, Carey Price will play for Team Canada in Sochi|url=|publisher=[[CTV News]]|date=2014-01-07|accessdate=2014-01-07}}</ref>
==Career statistics==
[[File:PK Subban - Montreal Canadiens.jpg|thumb|right|Subban with the [[Montreal Canadiens]] in 2012]]
===Regular season and playoffs===
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