Malcolm Subban

#70 G / Boston Bruins / EXP: 1YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 200 lb Age: 22 College: None

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  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Bruins' Malcolm Subban: Sent back to AHL affiliate

    Subban was sent back to AHL Providence on Thursday. Subban served in the backup role while Jonas Gustavsson was sidelined with an illness, but will now rejoin the team's AHL affiliate following Gustavsson's activation off injured reserve Thursday. The 22-year-old former first-round pick has been decent with Providence this season, posting a 2.45 GAA and .913 save percentage in 26 appearances with the club. He didn't get any opportunities to play in his time with the Bruins, but could be recalled again later in the season should the club require another netminder.

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    Bruins' Malcolm Subban: Returns to Boston

    Subban was called up by the Bruins, Steve Conroy of the Boston Herald reports. Subban will take over the backup job from the injured Jonas Gustavsson (illness) who was placed on injured reserve. The 22-year-old saw the ice in just one game last season, but could be in line for significantly more ice time given the uncertainty around Gustavsson's condition. If his AHL performance is any indication, the netminder should be a serviceable fill in, having won 13 of 25 starts with Providence.

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    Bruins' Malcolm Subban: Won't play Wednesday

    Subban (lower body) won't play Wednesday, Mark Divver of The Providence Journal reports. It isn't clear what the exact nature of the injury is, but it doesn't seem as though the team is overly concerned with Subban's health. His next chance to start in net will come Friday against AHL Bridgeport.

  • Bruins Send Subban To AHL

    News: Malcolm Subban was sent to AHL Providence on Sunday, CSN New England reports.
    Analysis: As was fellow goalie Zane McIntyre, with the duo now presumably in line to work in some form of timeshare for Providence. Meanwhile, Jonas Gustavsson and Jeremy Smith both remain in competition for the Bruins' top backup goaltending slot behind Tuukka Rask. At this stage of his development as a pro, the 21-year-old Malcolm Subban, who compiled a 2.44 GAA and .921 save percentage in 35 contests with Providence in 2014-15, will no doubt benefit from regular AHL action, versus the limited ice time associated with backing up Rask.
  • Bruins' Subban Yanked In Debut

    News: Malcolm Subban's NHL debut didn't go as planned Friday. The 21-year-old was yanked after giving up three goals on six shots in a loss to the Blues.
    Analysis: A rough night for Malcolm Subban, who re-entered the game later on after Tuukka Rask struggled in relief duty. At only 21-years of age, Subban has a bright future in front of him, so don't worry too much. It was fairly surprising the youngster started against the surging Blues, as it would've made more sense if he had made his NHL debut the night prior against the lowly Oilers. He's likely some time away from making a fantasy impact, but keep your eyes peeled.
  • Bruins' Subban Reassigned To AHL Providence

    News: Malcolm Subban was reassigned to AHL Providence on Saturday, and he will likely stay there for a while, according to Fluto Shinzawa of the Boston Globe.
    Analysis: Malcolm Subban struggled in his NHL debut, giving up three goals to the Blues on just six shots, before getting pulled in the second period. He'll head back to the AHL, while Niklas Svedberg will work behind Tuukka Rask.
  • Bruins Confirm Subban For Friday's Game

    News: Coach Claude Julien confirmed Malcolm Subban would make his NHL debut Friday against the Blues.
    Analysis: As had been expected following his Feb. 16 promotion, Malcolm Subban will be given the opportunity to pick up a start during the Bruins' road trip, in what could amount to a showcase for a potential trade as the deadline approaches. After posting excellent numbers at AHL Providence each of the last two seasons -- including a 2.47 GAA and .920 save percentage in 24 games this season -- Subban has emerged as one of the game's top goaltending prospects. However, with Tuukka Rask locked in as the Bruins' goalie for the foreseeable future, his path to regular action with the parent club remains blocked. It will probably take a trade to another organization that lacks a franchise goaltender in order for Subban to draw much interest in season-long fantasy formats.
  • Bruins' Subban Could Start Friday

    News: Malcolm Subban may make his NHL debut Friday in St. Louis, Fluto Shinzawa of the Boston Globe reports.
    Analysis: Malcolm Subban was reportedly a candidate to start Wednesday's game against Edmonton, but Tuukka Rask ended up getting the nod. While Boston won't have any back-to-backs until next weekend, it's been a while since Rask got a break.
  • Bruins' Subban Will Not Start Wednesday

    News: Malcolm Subban will not be in net for the Bruins on Wednesday as Tuukka Rask received the nod, the Bruins Official Twitter Account reports.
    Analysis: Malcolm Subban was a candidate to get the start Wednesday, but the Bruins are sticking with the struggling Rask. The rookie goalie will have to wait for another opportunity to make his NHL regular season debut.
  • Bruins' Subban Could Start Wednesday

    News: Malcolm Subban is a candidate to start Wednesday's game against the Oilers.
    Analysis: Though Coach Claude Julien didn't confirm Wednesday's starter, he acknowledged that it would be either Malcolm Subban or Tuukka Rask. Given that the Bruins face the Blues on Friday and Chicago on Sunday, Wednesday's game against the Oilers (who are last place in the Western Conference) looks like a favorable spot to for the 21-year-old Subban to make his NHL regular season debut.
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