Posts tagged Malcolm Subban

Malcolm Subban & Peter Cehlarik help each other through a low ropes course during team building. #nhlbruins

Malcolm Subban & the rest of the prospects wait while the zamboni finishes up on the ice #nhlbruins

Malcolm Subban & the rest of the prospects wait while the zamboni finishes up on the ice #nhlbruins

Welcome back to Malcolm Subban, who has arrived in Boston for his 2nd Bruins Dev. Camp #nhlbruins

Welcome back to Malcolm Subban, who has arrived in Boston for his 2nd Bruins Dev. Camp #nhlbruins

World Juniors Update: Dec. 30

BostonBruins.com — With Russia and Alexander Khokhlachev idle in World Juniors play on Sunday, Team Canada — with B’s prospects Malcolm Subban, Dougie Hamilton and Anthony Camara in the lineup – faced off against arguably its next biggest rival, the United States.

Amateur Spotlight: Malcolm Subban

BostonBruins.com— For a goaltender, the shootout is a time to shine.

While the natural flow of a hockey game can disrupt a goalie’s focus or technique during regulation or overtime, the shootout’s spotlight serves as a one-on-one, who has the better repertoire showdown with skaters whose offensive exploits can often overshadow the man in the crease.

A New Mask for Malcolm

A goalie’s mask is very much his identity. It’s the image he’s most known by. It’s his face to most fans and it’s what his opponents will recognize first when he takes the ice.

In the Zone

Fresh off a shutout of the Kingston Frontenacs, Malcolm Subban admitted he feels “in the zone right now.”

Subban Inks Entry Level Deal

Malcolm SubbanB’s prospect Malcolm Subban is one step closer to NHL ice. The goaltender, Boston’s first pick (24th overall) in the 2012 NHL Entry Draft, has signed an three year entry-level contract with the Bruins.

Bruins Sign Malcolm Subban to Entry-Level Contract

Boston Bruins General Manager Peter Chiarelli announced today, September 6, that the club has signed goaltender Malcolm Subban to a three-year entry-level contract.

Watch the first interview with goaltender Malcolm Subban after he was selected 24th overall by the Bruins.