Subban stopped 14 of 18 shots before being replaced by Collin Delia midway through the second period of Monday's 5-2 loss to the Hurricanes.
The 27-year-old came out flat and dug a 4-0 hole for Chicago before the game was half over, forcing the goaltending change. Subban has coughed up eight goals in less than four periods of work over his last two appearances, and on the season he carries a 3.20 GAA and .900 save percentage.
Subban will man the road crease Monday in Carolina, Ben Pope of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
Subban will look for a return to form after allowing seven goals in five periods over his last two outings. Getting back on track won't be easy against the 11th-ranked Hurricanes offense (3.18 goals per game).
Despite a previous report that suggested otherwise, Subban won't get the start in goal in Saturday's game versus Florida, Ben Pope of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
Kevin Lankinen will guard the home cage against the Panthers on Saturday. Subban will have to wait for Monday's matchup with Carolina for his next potential opportunity to start between the pipes.
Subban is on track to start between the pipes in Saturday's home game versus the Panthers, Scott Powers of The Athletic reports.
Subban has struggled recently, suffering back-to-back losses to the Predators and the Lightning while posting an ugly 4.33 GAA and .851 save percentage. He'll try to get back on track in a tough home matchup with a Florida team that's won three of its last four games.
Subban stopped 15 of 19 shots in relief of Kevin Lankinen in Tuesday's 7-4 loss to the Lightning.
Subban played the final two periods, and the Blackhawks' offense covered Lankinen's damage. The 27-year-old Subban took the loss, which dropped him to 6-7-1 with a 3.03 GAA and a .905 save percentage through 15 contests. He's appeared in the last five contests (three starts, two relief outings). The Blackhawks' schedule remains tough with a two-game set versus the Panthers on Thursday and Saturday.
Subban gave up three goals on 28 shots in Friday's 3-1 loss to the Predators.
Subban kept the game scoreless through the first period, but the Predators beat him twice in the second and Erik Haula added a goal from a tight angle in the third as insurance. The 27-year-old goalie dropped to 6-6-1 with a 2.88 GAA and a .910 save percentage through 14 games. The Blackhawks are off until Tuesday versus the Lightning -- a starting goalie for that contest has yet to be named.
Subban will defend the blue paint during Friday's home game versus Nashville, Chris Boden of 720 WGN Chicago reports.
Subban was solid in his last start Wednesday against the Predators, stopping 36 of 40 shots en route to a much-needed 5-4 overtime victory. The 27-year-old netminder will attempt to secure a second straight win in a rematch with the same Nasvhille squad Friday.
Subban turned aside 36 of 40 shots in Wednesday's 5-4 overtime win over Nashville.
Things were looking bleak for Subban and the Blackhawks, who trailed 4-1 midway through the third period. But a three-goal outburst in a span of less than two minutes sent the game into overtime, and Brandon Hagel delivered the winner in extra session to give Subban his second victory in as many starts. With No. 1 starter Kevin Lankinen scuffling as of late, Subban has the opportunity to grab a greater share of the workload the rest of the way. He's provided a .948 save percentage three April appearances.
Subban will patrol the crease during Wednesday's home game versus Nashville, Charlie Roumeliotis of NBC Sports Chicago reports.
Subban was razor sharp in his last start Saturday against Detroit, stopping all 29 shots he faced en route to his fifth win and second shutout of the season. The 27-year-old backstop will try to help keep the Blackhawks' playoff hopes alive by securing a second straight victory in a home matchup with a Predators team that's only averaging 2.38 goals per game on the road this campaign, 26th in the NHL.
Subban stopped all six he shots he faced in relief of starter Kevin Lankinen on Monday in a 5-2 loss to Nashville.
Subban entered the game after Nashville scored twice 18 seconds apart in the opening minute of the third period to give the Predators a 5-2 lead, chasing Lankinen to the bench in the process. Subban took it the rest of the way for Chicago, although he wasn't tested a whole lot in his 19:19 of work. Subban has made just one start all month but with Lankinen continuing to struggle, he may see his number called more often down the stretch.
Subban stopped all 29 shots he faced Saturday in a 4-0 victory over Detroit.
Subban was between the pipes for the first time since March 28 and put an end to his three-game losing streak. It also marked his first game allowing fewer than three goals since Feb. 25, which also happened to be his last shutout. The 27-year-old Subban is now 5-5-1 on the year with a 2.86 GAA and .911 save percentage.
Subban will start between the pipes in Saturday's road matchup with the Red Wings, Scott Powers of The Athletic reports.
This will be Subban's first start since March 28, when he surrendered three goals on 31 shots en route to a 3-2 loss to Nashville. The 27-year-old netminder will attempt to secure his fifth victory of the season in a road matchup with a hot Detroit club that's won three straight games.
Subban allowed three goals on 31 shots in Sunday's 3-2 loss to the Predators.
Subban gave up a pair of goals in the first period, but Alex DeBrincat tied the game for the Blackhawks in the third. The 27-year-old goalie then allowed Roman Josi to score the decisive goal at 13:27 of the third. The loss put Subban at 4-5-1 with a 3.14 GAA and a .903 save percentage through 10 appearances. He'll likely be back on the bench Tuesday versus the Hurricanes, as Kevin Lankinen should be favored to get the next start.
Subban will draw the starting nod for Sunday's home game against Nashville, Ben Pope of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
Subban will get his first start in the last four games after Kevin Lankinen was in goal for Saturday's loss against the Predators. Over his last four outings, the 27-year-old owns a brutal 4.42 GAA and .871 save percentage. In his lone start against Nashville this season, Subban took an overtime loss after allowing three goals on 39 shots.
Subban made 25 saves in a 4-1 loss to Tampa Bay on Saturday.
The first goal was a rebound. The second went in via a hard-to-gauge backhand. The third was another rebound and the fourth slipped past on the power play. Subban wasn't exactly bad -- the Hawks simply made a few small mistakes and you just can't do that against the smothering excellence of the Lightning. Subban has allowed 10 goals in his last two games and 18 in his last four. Those are rates that mean he should be stapled to your bench.
Per Erik Erlendsson of LightningInsider.com, Subban led the Blackhawks onto the ice for pregame warmups, indicating he'll be between the pipes for Saturday's road matchup with the Lightning.
Subban struggled in his last start March 9 against Dallas, surrendering six goals on 37 shots en route to an ugly 6-1 defeat. He'll attempt to bounce back in a brutal road matchup with a Tampa Bay team that's 11-2-0 at home this year.
Subban yielded six goals on 37 shots in Tuesday's 6-1 loss to the Stars.
Subban didn't get a lot of help in Tuesday's game, but he didn't hold up his end of the bargain either. The 27-year-old goalie fell to 4-3-1 with a 3.04 GAA and a .907 save percentage in eight appearances. He's wrangled some playing time away from Kevin Lankinen -- Subban has started four of the last seven games -- but Tuesday's dud outing likely means Lankinen will get a shot at the Stars on Thursday.
Subban will defend the blue paint during Tuesday's road game versus Dallas, Charlie Roumeliotis of NBC Sports Chicago reports.
Subban was great in his last start Friday against Tampa Bay, stopping 39 of 42 shots en route to an impressive 4-3 shootout victory. He'll try to snag a second straight win in a road matchup with a Stars team that's averaging 2.80 goals per game this campaign, 20th in the NHL.
Subban will patrol the crease during Friday's game versus the Lightning, Mark Lazerus of The Athletic reports.
Subban struggled in his last start Saturday against Detroit, surrendering five goals on 32 shots en route to a 5-3 loss. He'll attempt to bounce back and secure his fourth win of the season in a tough home matchup with a red-hot Tampa Bay team that's won six straight games.
Subban made 27 saves Saturday in a 5-3 loss to Detroit.
Subban got the chance to start consecutive games for the first time this season and the results weren't pretty, with the Red Wings scoring five goals for just the second time all year. Saturday's defeat put a stop to what had been a strong run by Subban, who logged a .965 save percentage in his first three February starts.
|Last 7 Games|
|05/03||@ CAR||L 2-5||1||4||14||18|
|04/27||vs TB||L 4-7||1||4||15||19|
|04/23||vs NSH||L 1-3||1||3||25||28|
|04/21||vs NSH||W 5-4 (OT)||1||4||36||40|
|04/19||@ NSH||L 2-5||0||8||8|
|04/17||@ DET||W 4-0||1||0||29||29|
|03/28||vs NSH||L 2-3||1||3||28||31|
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