And no I’m not talking about P.K. . If you remember Malcolm Subban was drafted by the Bruins this year in the first round. Well, today he signed with the club for a three-year entry-level contract.
Signing the 18-year-old shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone because it has been voiced by many that Subban could be the Bruins future in goaltending. The next few years, Subban will likely spend time in the AHL and the OHL as a way of developing his skills for the NHL.
This past season Subban played for the OHL’s Belleville Bulls, posting a 2.50 gaa and .923 save percentages. Among the OHL goalies, he was ranked fourth in gaa and fifth in save percentage.
To see more of what Subban will bring to the black and gold check out this highlight video from the NHL draft below: