A puck thrown into the crowd by P.K. Subban injured a baby on Sunday. (Photo: Norm Hall/NHLI via Getty Images)A team representative met with the family and invited Meloche, her husband and their four children to watch a future game at the Bell Centre in a private suite. A spokesman said Subban also wanted to meet the family. "Everyone, starting with (owner) Geoff Molson, was really touched by the story," spokesman Donald Beauchamp said. The annual practice, which is free of charge, draws a full house of mainly children and parents. When it's over, players flip pucks into the seats for the kids. After games, any Canadien named as first star also tosses three pucks into the crowd. Beauchamp said that practice is now under review.
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