Subban was voted the best social media follow in the NHLPA's player poll.
Prior to the league shutdown, Subban notched four assists in his previous five games but will likely want to put this year behind him considering he's managed just 18 points in 68 contests this season. The Devils will be on the hook for Subban's $9 million cap hit for another two years unless they consider exposing him in the 2021 Seattle expansion draft.
Subban posted an assist, two shots on goal, two PIM and a plus-2 rating in Friday's 4-2 win over the Blues.
Subban had the lone helper on Jesper Bratt's opening tally in the first period. With two assists in his last three games, Subban is off to a solid start in March. The 30-year-old blueliner has been limited to 16 points with 149 shots, 79 PIM, 86 hits and 90 blocked shots through 66 contests this year.
Subban produced a power-play assist and three blocked shots in Sunday's 3-0 win over the Ducks.
Subban now has 15 points, including four on the power play, in 64 contests this year. That's less than half of his 31-point effort from last season -- the 30-year-old blueliner is in the midst of his worst offensive campaign. He's contributed 88 blocks, 83 hits and 77 PIM in 2019-20, but fantasy owners haven't gotten the offense they expected from Subban.
Subban (illness) returned to practice Wednesday, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.
Subban missed Tuesday's loss to Montreal due to an illness, but his presence at practice Wednesday suggests he should be good to go for Thursday's matchup with Philadelphia. The 30-year-old blueliner has been highly disappointing from an offensive standpoint this season, having notched just 11 points through 51 games, making him nothing more than a benchwarmer in most fantasy formats.
Subban (illness) won't play in Tuesday's game versus the Canadiens, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports.
Subban missed morning skate, and he won't kick the flu bug in time to face the team that drafted him in 2007. Colton White will slot into the lineup in Subban's place. He'll aim to return Thursday versus the Flyers.
Subban (illness) isn't on the ice for Tuesday's morning skate, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.
Subban has yet to be ruled out of Tuesday night's matchup with Montreal, but he should be considered questionable at best for that contest at this point. If he's unable to go, Mirco Mueller will likely draw into the lineup against the Canadiens.
Subban (illness) will suit up for Thursday's clash with Nashville, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.
Subban had been dealing with a lingering bug over the past few days, but as evidenced by this news, he's rested and well enough to play. Now healthy, the 30-year-old is expected to assume his usual role atop the depth chart on defense and on the power play.
Subban (illness) is considered a game-time decision for Thursday's tilt versus the Predators, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.
Subban has been dealing with a bug over the past few days, sitting out practice Tuesday in order to rest up. The veteran blueliner will take another afternoon to rest up before a final decision on his status is made. There's a good chance his playing status won't be revealed until the team hits the ice for pregame warmups around 7 PM ET.
Subban (illness) didn't practice Tuesday, Chris Ryan of The Newark Star-Ledger reports.
The Devils don't play until Thursday against Nashville, so Subban probably won't be forced to miss any game action due to his illness. Another update on the 30-year-old blueliner's condition should be released following Wednesday's practice.
Subban tallied a power-play goal in a 7-4 loss to the Maple Leafs on Tuesday.
It hasn't been the best of seasons for Subban in his first campaign with the Devils. His power-play goal Tuesday was his first with the man advantage and just sixth score this season. He has only five helpers to go with his six goals, and Subban also has a career-worst minus-11 rating.
Subban scored a goal on two shots in Tuesday's 4-3 overtime loss to the Islanders.
Subban endured a 23-game goalless slump where he posted just one assist, but he ended that with a tuck Dec. 23 and has looked much better since. The 30-year-old has tallied three goals and an assist over the past seven games, and he fired 22 shots on net in that stretch.
Subban tallied a goal on five shots, dished five hits and blocked three shots in Monday's 7-1 win over the Blackhawks.
Subban went 23 games between goals, notching just a single assist in that span. The four-time 50-point earner has just seven points in 36 games this season. He's offset that with 80 shots on goal, 46 hits, 43 blocks and 40 PIM, but fantasy owners will still be disappointed with the 30-year-old's performance in 2019-20.
Subban failed to register a point in Tuesday's matchup with Dallas, bringing his pointless streak to 18 games.
During his extended slump, Subban is logging 22:06 of ice time, including 1:41 on the power play, and 2.11 shots per game, so his inability to produce isn't from a lack of opportunities. Thus far, the Toronto native's high-profile acquisition over the summer hasn't panned out for New Jersey, which is on the hook for the blueliner's $9 million cap hit for two more seasons.
Subban finished with just two shots in Thursday's 5-2 loss to Calgary.
Subban has only collected two goals and three assists through his first 14 games with New Jersey. He scored just 31 points in his final season with Nashville, so fantasy owners can't help but start to wonder if this is simply the new normal for the 30-year-old defenseman.
Subban scored an empty-net goal on his ninth shot in Thursday's 5-2 win over the Rangers.
Subban made a major impact throughout his team-high 25:59 of ice time. That time included 3:15 on the power play and 6:54 shorthanded, as the star blueliner contributed in all situations to lead his team to its first win of the season.
Subban finished with an assist, three shots and a plus-2 rating in Friday's 5-4 shootout loss to the Jets.
Subban vacuumed up a team-high 26:21 of ice time, including 2:50 on the power play and 1:36 shorthanded. He was brought in to be the No. 1 defenseman for the Devils, and that's exactly how Subban was used in his first game with the team.
Subban has been traded to New Jersey from Nashville in exchange for Steven Santini, Jeremy Davies and two second-round draft picks, reports TSN.ca.
Subban is entering year six of an eight-year, $72 million contract he originally inked with Montreal. The $9 million cap hit is a tough thing to swallow in today's NHL, so that's why the return for him is somewhat suspect. Subban is coming off a down year in which he scored nine goals and 31 points in 63 games. But the 30-year-old is still a premier, puck-moving defender who shoots right and the Devils have filled a massive gap in their system.
Subban registered an assist and seven blocked shots in Monday's 2-1 overtime loss to the Stars in Game 6.
Subban provided the secondary assist on Austin Watson's opening tally in the first period, but his big contribution came defensively, as his seven blocks trailed only teammate Dan Hamhuis' nine in the game. Subban managed a goal and two helpers in the series, along with 18 shots and 15 blocks.
Subban registered an assist, two shots on goal and five blocked shots in Monday's 3-2 win over the Stars in Game 3.
It's his second point in the series, to go along with 10 shots, seven blocks and four hits. Subban was limited to 31 points in 63 contests in the regular season, but he finished strong with six points over his last five games, and the momentum has largely continued into the playoffs.
Subban scored a goal on two shots in Wednesday's 3-2 loss to the Stars in Game 1.
Subban had 31 points in 63 regular season games, but seven of those points came in his last six appearances. Subban has produced well in the playoffs in his career, with 60 points in 91 postseason appearances. Despite the down year, he could be a help to fantasy owners if he produces at his usual postseason levels.
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