In an in-depth interview with the New York Post, P.K. Subban opened up on a number of topics, including his relationship with Lindsey Vonn, what drives him, and why the New Jersey area is a perfect fit for him.
"The simplest, most impactful question that you can ask an athlete, or ask anyone, is "What do you want to accomplish? What's your goal?" What's important for me? … I want to win a Stanley Cup," he said. "That takes a certain level of focus and commitment. But, I also want to give as many people I can the opportunity that I got. And I'm not just talking about the opportunity to play in the NHL … the opportunity to live a happy, successful, balanced life. There's a lot of kids that don't even have a chance to live a balanced lifestyle. Not have to worry about food or clothes or education, or being able to play sports. I've taken that responsibility on a long time ago, as in, it's not good enough just to be the best player on the ice anymore. It's not good enough just to hold your head high because you're one of the highest-paid players in the NHL. It's not good enough to be one of the most popular guys in the NHL or to have a social media following. What are you trying to accomplish?"
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