Roundtables are an occasional feature on Hockey in Society. Roundtables present brief commentaries from Hockey in Society contributors on pressing or timely issues within hockey and its culture, with the aim of presenting multiple critical viewpoints on the topic under discussion. 2,296 more words
Tags » P.k. Subban
54 more words
Karl Subban thought he was done. The proud papa of three black professional hockey players thought he was finished writing his first book, “How We Did It, The Subban Family Plan For Success In Hockey, School And Life.” Then The Trade happened.
Karl Subban wants to make one thing perfectly clear — he is not a perfect parent.
There is no such thing.
But Subban and his wife, Maria, have had some success when it comes to parenting with three boys — P.K., Malcolm and Jordan — all getting drafted by National Hockey League teams and two daughters — Nastassia and Natasha — following in their father’s footsteps to work as educators with the Toronto District School Board. 790 more words
If you were hoping that P.K. Subban would become the first NHL player to take a knee during the anthem, you’re about to be disappointed. 423 more words
Washington Capitals Evening News Links: Dancin' 'Round the Milbury Tush and Devils Went Down to D.C.
Final home game of the preseason for the Capitals tonight, the Devils went down to D.C., the new top pair of Niskanen and Orlov, the “Big Cheese” and addresses anthems, the new-look power play, More Milbury madness and much more in this evening’s Capitals links: 590 more words