Nashville Predators defenseman P.K. Subban was profiled on “ESPN E:60” last weekend in a segment that looked into his personality, his split with the Montreal Canadiens, his experience as a black player in hockey and everything else that comes along with being P.K. Subban. “I got a lot of hate tweets from Montreal, and I didn’t know what was up,” said Scott, in an interview with TSN 690 on Monday. First, he said the interview from ESPN was “like a year and a half ago, maybe two years ago,” and that he didn’t expect it would be aired during this segment on Subban.
5/15/17 |While talking about a possible return to the Washington Capitals, pending UFA Kevin Shattenkirk said that if he did return he would want a bigger role. (TSN) Shattenkirk was acquired by the Capitals at the trade deadline and in 19 regular season games played 20:12 and had 14 points, 18 hits, 26 blocked shots, 18 takeaways and 11 giveaways. In the playoffs, Shattenkirk had 1 goal, 5 assists, a minus r rating, 20 hits, 22 blocked shots, 5 takeaways and 12 giveaways in 18:27 per game. In Shattenkirk's career, he averages 21:06 per game in the regular season and 20:57 in the playoffs. Shattenkirk said that he will see what the Capitals can offer as well as see what role they have in mind
The Ottawa Senators had their final meeting with the media for the 2016-17 season on Saturday following their disappointing Game 7 loss in the Eastern Conference Finals. One of the more entertaining moments came during Bobby Ryan‘s scrum when he was asked if he has given any thought to potentially being taken in the expansion draft by the Vegas Golden Knights. The thing is, though, Vegas would almost certainly take a $7 million player if they felt they were going to get $7 million worth of production along with it.