Hockey Culture: Malcolm Subban on growing up in a hockey family, supporting Dumba

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Welcome to Hockey Culture, the NBC Sports multi-platform content offering dedicated to bringing equality and inclusion to hockey. Led by NBC Sports’ Anson Carter, Hockey Culture addresses contemporary topics within the sport, aim to promote diversity around the game , and increase community engagement.

Anson Carter sits down with with Chicago Blackhawks goaltender Malcolm Subban to talk about growing up in a hockey family, supporting Matt Dumba taking a knee and playing in Original Six markets in Boston and Chicago.

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You can watch previous Hockey Culture episodes featuring Ryan Reaves, Darnell Nurse, Willie O’Ree, Harnarayan Singh, and more by clicking here.

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