The newest New Jersey Devils defensemen is eager to get going with his new team and it shows.
P.K. Subban, who was acquired via trade with the Nashville Predators on June 22, posted a video of himself training in Los Angeles. This normally be any big news as athletes are always training in the offseason, but it was hockey fans' first look at Subban in his Devils No. 76 sweater. And it doesn't look too shabby.
Subban has played in 645 regular season NHL games, logging 98 goals and 310 assists for a total of 408 points. He was acquired, in exchange for Steven Santini, Jeremy Davies and two second-round picks.
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This adventure in his new gear comes just days after his message to fans, recorded shortly after his trade, in which he exclaimed that he needed to get Devils gear. He has since gotten what he was after and posted about it on instagram.