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Holtby, Subban named to list of Forbes' 30 under 30 sports figures

Capitals goalie, Predators defenseman are two figures 'winning on and off' the ice, according to magazine @NHLdotcom

P.K. Subban and Braden Holtby are NHL All-Stars who are winning off the ice as well.

The Nashville Predators defenseman and Washington Capitals goalie, both 28, were named in Forbes Magazine's 30 Under 30 list for sports personalities for 2018.

Forbes cites Subban's sponsorship deals with Samsung, Listerine, Gatorade and Bridgestone, as well as his Olympic gold medal in 2014, two All-Star selections and 2013 Norris Trophy win, as reasons for his being on the list.

For Holtby, winning the 2016 Vezina Trophy, being a member of two All-Star teams and playing on the 2016 World Cup champion Team Canada were all grounds for selection on the prestigious list.

Subban's honor adds to his list of accolades in 2017. Besides helping the Predators reach the Stanley Cup Final, Subban was he was named as one of Canada's 25 hottest bachelors by Hello! Magazine in October.

Hilary Knight, the 28-year-old forward for the U.S. ice hockey women's team, was also on the list. The star-studded group of 30, who are winning on and off the field, was chosen by "a blue-ribbon panel of experts in their fields," according to Forbes.

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