This Saturday, the Devils open a four-game road trip with a game in Nashville against the Predators. It will be the first game in Nashville for P.K. Subban since he was acquired by the Devils this past June.
"It'll definitely be exciting," said Subban when asked today about returning to a familiar setting. "It's different. I'm probably a little less emotional than Montreal but definitely it's going to be great to see some of my old teammates and I've kept in touch with a lot of them.
"I've already been in touch with a lot of people in the front office, and I think they're excited to have me come back. I'm excited to get back there and play and we get to even stay over after the game so I get a chance to see some friends and stuff like that."
As for the Devils current situation, Subban remained optimistic that the team can get itself back in the playoff race.
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"We're not the only team in this position, but you look at the standings and, I mean, we string together a couple of wins and we're back in the mix," he noted. "For us, we just got to focus on what's in front of us. There's a lot of hockey left to be played and I don't think anybody can tell what type of season it's going to be for us completely."