A nice place, if you have $1.4 million.
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The star defenceman will be exchanged for Nashville's Shea Weber.
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Let's call it what it is -- young, black hockey players are few and far between in the National Hockey League. Rising to the top of his position in his short NHL career is also fairly unique. His parents immigrated from Jamaica to Sudbury, and PK did spend some of his childhood growing up in Northwestern Ontario. A minority there too, undoubtedly. He is one of three brothers playing in the NHL. Pretty unique as well. Subban is unabashedly different, and he owns it. That's worth admiring and emulating.
The world still spins, the Habs still might have a decent season, but, for the first time in my life, I will be cheering for my hometown team, the Toronto Maple Leafs. I think being screwed over by a GM and coach is a great primer in discovering what it feels like to be a Leafs fan, to be honest.
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Tweets containing racial slurs ended up on their Twitter feed Tuesday night.
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He shoots and he scores big time with this fashion campaign.
Subban wants to meet the family.
Now this is what you call a "Winter Wonderland."
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Leafs Coach Mike Babcock wants the Blue Jays to win and keep playing, partially for the Leafs' benefit.
Montreal Canadiens defenceman P.K. Subban and his foundation have pledged at least $10 million to the Montreal Children's Hospital. The hospital is calling the money the largest philanthropic commitme...