After a summer of uncertainty, P.K. Subban is more concerned about the fans than himself. The 23-year-old defenceman remains without a contract from the Montreal Canadiens and could be one of 750 players locked out by the NHL next week, but his worries run deeper than that when he surveys the league’s current labour climate. “Obviously, it’s an unfortunate situation,” Subban said Wednesday in an interview. “Nobody wants to see (a lockout). I think at this point you’re more concerned about the fans and making sure that the fans don’t get hurt because ultimately those are the people that support us.
The Canadian Press