Malcolm Subban RUMORS & NEWS

  • Subban flashes his potential in AHL playoff performance

    CSN New England "Malcolm Subban knows he’s still got plenty to prove within the Boston Bruins organization. It would be kind to call his NHL debut this season against the St. Louis Blues safely within the “rough” category after he coughed up goals on each of the first three shots he faced in the second period...." April 29

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    Julien confirms Malcolm Subban making his first NHL start tonight

  • Malcolm Subban debut may come tonight

    Boston Herald "The question on everyone’s mind was one Claude Julien was not prepared to answer: Will rookie goalie Malcolm Subban make his NHL debut tonight against the Edmonton Oilers? “It will either be (Tuukka) Rask or Subban,” Julien said after his struggling team’s practice yesterday at a suburban arena..." February 18

  • Bob McKenzie on if Bruins are showcasing Malcolm Subban for possible trade

    Nichols on Hockey ""Anything’s possible. I don’t think they want to do that. “But I also think that – remember probably two weeks ago? Everybody was pronouncing the Eastern Conference playoff race was over. The Florida Panthers were too far away. Suddenly the Florida Panthers aren’t that far away. Three points,..." February 17

  • Malcolm Subban joining Bruins in Edmonton

    Boston Globe "The Bruins will have some company when they head to Edmonton this week: Malcolm Subban. Boston is planning to recall the goaltender from Providence, according to general manager Peter Chiarelli, and he will join the team on its next stop, Wednesday in Edmonton. Subban is expected to see his..." February 17

  • Bruins recall Subban from Providence

    WEEI Boston "All Bruins were present for Friday’€™s Bruins practice, including a new face. Goaltender Malcolm Subban was recalled from Providence, as the B’€™s sent backup netminder Niklas Svedberg to Providence on a conditioning loan. Svedberg has played just one game over the last month, a 14-save shutout..." January 30

  • Future gain for Subban

    Boston Herald "The Bruins goaltending present is in very good shape, with No. 1 puck-stopper Tuukka Rask a likely Vezina Trophy finalist and backup Chad Johnson providing consistently solid, winning relief. And just as the B’s this season have demonstrated good organizational depth with both defensemen and..." February 23