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Malcolm Subban

22-Year-Old Goalie – Boston Bruins

2016-17 NHL Stats

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2016-17 NHL Projections

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2016-17 Fantasy Hockey Outlook

Subban recorded a 14-8-5 record with a .911 save percentage and 2.46 GAA for AHL Providence last season prior to suffering a fractured larynx back on Feb. 8. He has since recovered from the scary injury and is in line to participate fully in training camp. In fact, he went s...

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SHOOTS: Left   HT: 6' 2"   WT: 200   DOB: 12/21/1993   BORN: Toronto, Ontario   DRAFTED: 1st Rd, #24 Overall in 2012   Show ContractHide Contract

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Subban signed a three-year, entry-level contract with the Bruins in September of 2012.

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Subban was assigned to AHL Providence on Saturday, ahead of a road game in Detroit.

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Malcolm Subban NHL Stats
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Season Age League Team GP W L OTL SO GAA GA SA SV SV%
2014-15 20 NHL BOS 1 0 1 0 0 5.81 3 6 3 .500
2014-15 20 AHL PRO 35 16 13 0 3 2.44 82 1044 962 .921
2015-16 21 AHL PRO 27 14 8 0 1 2.46 67 757 690 .911
2016-17 22 NHL BOS 1 0 1 0 0 5.81 3 16 13 .813

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2016-17 Time On Ice Stats

30:36

Average Time On Ice

On average, Malcolm Subban was on the ice for 30:36.

Year Ice Time
2014-15 31:15
2016-17 30:36

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2016-17 NHL Game Log   Malcolm Subban
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Oct 26 @NYR Did Not Play
Oct 25 MIN 0 1 0 6.00 3 16 13 .813

Malcolm Subban: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

Subban saved just 13 of 16 shots before being pulled in the second period of Tuesday's game against the Wild.

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Subban will start Tuesday's game against the Wild.

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Subban was called up Monday by Boston, Stephen Whyno of the AP reports.

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Subban has been assigned to AHL Providence.

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Subban stopped 30 of 34 shots while playing the first two periods of Wednesday's 5-1 preseason loss to the Red Wings.

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Subban, who suffered a fractured larynx back on Feb. 8, has recovered from the scary injury and is in line to participate fully in training camp, CSN New England reports.

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With the Bruins not planning to re-sign Jonas Gustavsson, Subban (neck) will have a chance this coming season to claim the team's No. 2 goaltending job behind starter Tuukka Rask, CSN New England reports.

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Subban (throat) faced shots during a pre-practice workout for AHL Providence's goalies on Tuesday, Mark Divver of The Providence Journal reports.

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Subban, who suffered a fractured larynx after being struck in the throat by a puck this past Saturday, underwent successful surgery to address the issue on Feb. 8.

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Subban reportedly fractured his larynx when taking a puck to the neck Saturday, but is in stable condition and has been transferred to Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, Frank Seravalli of TSN reports.

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Subban (throat) is expected to remain in the hospital overnight Saturday after taking a puck to the throat during warmups for an AHL game, reports Sportsnet.ca.

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Subban was taken to a local hospital after being stuck in the throat with a puck Saturday, Chris Roy of the Maine Hockey Journal reports.

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2015-16

With Tuukka Rask still in his prime, the Bruins have no reason to rush the 21-year-old Subban into a high-pressure NHL assignment. However, with last year’s top backup in Niklas Svedberg having left the organization, the No. 2 goalie spot behind Rask is wide open. Unless the team signs another veteran option, Subban’s competition on that front is slated to be Jeremy Smith, who is coming off a strong AHL campaign, and Zane McIntyre, who turned pro after a stellar 2014-15 season with the University of North Dakota, in which he captured the Mike Richter Award. With that in mind, unless Subban dazzles this preseason, he might be best served by another season of regular action at the AHL level, where he compiled a 2.44 GAA and .921 save percentage in 35 contests with Providence in 2014-15. For a little perspective, Smith posted a 2.05 GAA and a .933 save percentage in 39 games last year with Providence, while working in tandem with Subban. At the age of 26, Smith has an obvious edge in terms of experience, but Subban -- a 2012 first-rounder -- remains a top prospect with plenty of upside, and one who maintains high value in keeper formats. Rask is locked in for a while on a long-term deal, so there’s always the chance that the Bruins could move Subban in a trade down the road, but for the time being, the youngster is knocking on the door of the NHL and poised to mount a challenge to stick with the big club to start the coming season.

2014-15

With Chad Johnson having signed with the Islanders, Niklas Svedberg has the edge in claiming the job as Tuukka Rask's top backup in 2014-15. In such a scenario, Subban has a chance to see plenty of action this coming season as Providence's top netminder. In his first campaign as a pro, Subban put together a 15-10-5 record, 2.31 GAA and .920 save percentage in 33 games for Providence while working in tandem with Svedberg, who appeared in 45 AHL contests. With Rask in his prime, the Bruins have no reason to rush the 20-year-old Subban to the NHL, but the 2012 first-rounder remains a top prospect and maintains value in keeper formats.

2013-14

The 19-year-old Subban is a long shot to stick with the big club, with an assignment with AHL Providence – where he'd likely be split time with either Niklas Svedberg or Chad Johnson – likely on tap for him. In what was likely his final junior season, Subban compiled a 29-11-4 record along with a 2.14 GAA and superb .934 save percentage (both OHL bests) for the Belleville Bulls, to go along with five shutouts. With Tuukka Rask around for the long haul though, Subban won't be rushed along, but the Bruins do believe that the 2012 first-rounder is ready to move on to the pro level, where he is likely to need at least a couple of seasons of minor league experience before graduating to the NHL.

2012-13

Subban, who was drafted by the Bruins with the 24th pick in the 2012 NHL Entry Draft, is a few years away, but the B’s are delighted to have him on board as a potential high-upside franchise goalie. Subban needs work on his technique like most young goalies, but he is athletic and quietly confident, using his quickness and excellent flexibility to make acrobatic saves, while also bringing size, skill and good hockey sense to the table. He plays like a hybrid of Marc-Andre Fleury and Carey Price, but probably doesn’t have their elite skills in any of the same categories. But that doesn’t mean he won’t be a solid NHL – and fantasy – goalie. His career trajectory will be slow – his game needs work. But when he arrives, he should become an instant fan favorite.