P.K. Subban retired from the National Hockey League in 2022 after a dynamic 13-season career spanning 834 games. Known for his animated, expressive style on the ice, Subban transitioned to more on-camera roles post-retirement. He gained a reputation for his flashy gameplay and exuberant goal celebrations, making him one of the NHL's top offensive defensemen at his peak. His talent and fame led him to represent Canada in the 2014 Olympics.
Team Canada Told Subban Not To Celebrate Goals
However, Subban recently revealed a controversial aspect of his career. He disclosed that Hockey Canada specifically instructed him not to celebrate goals like his teammates during the Olympics. The reasons behind this directive – whether they were based on general behavioral standards expected by Hockey Canada or motivated by racial bias – remain a topic of debate. This revelation casts a negative light on Hockey Canada, especially given the current climate of scandals surrounding the organization.
CBCGEM- In the NHL, P.K. Subban was blasted for his showy style on the ice, and told that he couldn't celebrate scoring goals if he was going to play for Team Canada. A lifelong Canadian, P.K. was told "it wasn't how Canadians were supposed to conduct themselves." Black Life: Untold Stories - More Than A Game
"Show Me The Image Of How A Canadian Is Supposed To Act"
Subban, known for his strong character and influence, has used his platform to bring attention to this issue, indicating the depth of his concerns about the situation. This incident adds to the growing list of troubling allegations against Hockey Canada, contributing to a worsening public perception of the organization.
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PK Subban and Carey Price
with one final triple low five at Bell Centre 🤝🥺