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Round 2
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Stanley Cup Final

Jordan Subban

North American Skater - Belleville, OHL
Final Rank:55Midterm Rank:81
Position:DefensemanShoots:Right
Height:5' 8"Weight:170
Born:March 3, 1995Hometown:Rexdale, ON
Born in:Toronto, ON, CAN
Drafted: 2013: VAN (4th Round / 115th Overall)  Vancouver Canucks
• In 2012-13, Subban finished sixth among Ontario Hockey League defensemen with 51 points in 68 regular-season games (15-36--51). Exceptional on shootouts, he scored on 5-of-6 attempts (83.3%, including three shootout game-winners) to rank third overall in the OHL and first among defensemen.

• Internationally, Subban helped Team Canada earn a gold medal at the 2012 Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournament and played for Ontario’s bronze-medal team at the 2012 Under-17 World Hockey Challenge.

• Subban is the youngest of five children: his brother P.K., selected 43rd overall in 2007, completed his third NHL season with the Canadiens in 2012-13, winning the Norris Trophy as the League’s best defenseman; his brother Malcolm, a Belleville goaltender and teammate, was selected 24th overall in 2012 by the Bruins; and his oldest sister, Natassia, played basketball at York University, finishing her playing career in 2004 as the Ontario University Athletics’ all-time leading scorer in women’s basketball – she is now a teacher alongside Jordan’s other sister, Natasha.

NEWS

SUBBAN HOPING TO FOLLOW BROTHERS’ PATH TO SPOTLIGHT (click here)


FAVORITES

NHL team:
Washington Capitals
NHL player: Ilya Kovalchuk
Hockey hero: Joe Sakic
Goal celebration: “Bowling”
Video game: NHL
Movie: Transformers
TV show: The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
Actor: Will Smith
Website: YouTube
Pump-up Song: “Come With Me” by Puff Daddy
Sport (other than hockey): Football
Superhero: The Hulk

STATISTICS

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2011-2012BELLEVILLEOHL565152031
2012-2013BELLEVILLEOHL6815365147
2013-2014BELLEVILLEOHL6612304263




I've been getting frustrated lately, and the only thing keeping me sane was the team winning and other people stepping up and scoring. Then you just kind of let it go and realize you can end the series with one shot, that frustration goes away for a brief moment, and that's what happened.

— Montreal forward Max Pacioretty after scoring the series-winner in Game 4 -- his first career playoff goal -- to eliminate the Lightning and send the Canadiens into the second round