The Vancouver Canucks scored the second-fewest goals in the NHL last season, in part because they got so little offensive push from their blue line. So it’s no surprise that Jordan Subban has become a popular topic in Vancouver as training camp approaches. The 21-year-old defenseman had 36 points (11G, 25A) in 67 games for AHL Utica last season, his first year as a professional. It’s not out of the question that he makes his NHL debut at some point in 2016-17.
Jordan Subban has ‘a great opportunity’ to prove himself to Canucks
Pro Hockey Talk | Sep 16