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Giroux, Subban, Pettersson look 50 years older in Age Challenge

NHL teams participated in viral trend that showed how players will look decades from now

by Pat Pickens @Pat_Pickens / NHL.com Staff Writer

The internet discovered what P.K. Subban will look like in 50 years Tuesday.

The New Jersey Devils defenseman was one of the NHL players who took the Age Challenge online, where they found out what they'd look like decades from now.

Instagram from @subbanator: Caption this... please😂🤦🤷

Subban posed with his girlfriend and retired skier Lindsey Vonn in the photo that aged them via the FaceApp old-age filter, which shows people how they'd look in 50 years. Subban wasn't the only Devils player to get aged. Jack Hughes, his teammate and the No. 1 pick of the 2019 NHL Draft, was aged alongside No. 2 selection Kaappo Kakko of the New York Rangers.

Tweet from @NHLonNBCSports: The year is 2070... pic.twitter.com/wsNcV2UhTP

The #AgeChallenge was trending on Twitter, with many people sharing the results of their aged photos on social media. NHL teams, including the Vancouver Canucks, Philadelphia Flyers and Nashville Predators, jumped on the trend by sharing the results of some high-profile players, including Elias Pettersson, Brock Boeser, Claude GirouxSean Couturier  and Ryan Ellis.

Tweet from @Canucks: Ageless wonders. #AgeChallenge pic.twitter.com/fY92763svX

Tweet from @NHLFlyers: Nope. We don���t like this one bit. *Deletes app.* pic.twitter.com/ONK8rs9AN3

Tweet from @PredsNHL: You ask, we deliver. https://t.co/5hKfHmRPGv pic.twitter.com/L4HFhytNk6

For Canucks forward Bo Horvat, the future looks bleak.

Tweet from @BoHorvat: This is tough to look at ... https://t.co/ZPZKN4EMDM

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