08/03/2016 02:41 EDT | Updated 08/03/2016 02:59 EDT

PK Subban Hospital: NHL Player Proves He's Dedicated To Montreal Kids In Sweetest Way

In September 2015, NHL player P.K. Subban walked into the "Atrium P.K. Subban" at the Montreal Children's Hospital. It was public recognition of his $10 million donation to the hospital.

"For me, it's taking the step forward, it's taking the initiative to lead by example. It's not about the money; it's about leading by example and bringing a community together," Subban said at the time. "In Montreal, this is my city just as much as it's yours. It's my job as well to make a commitment to this city that everyone can understand. If because I play for the Montreal Canadiens and people know me because of that and I can use that to raise money for the hospital, that's my responsibility. I feel that."

And if anyone thought his commitment ended when Subban was traded to the Nashville Predators, he or she would be very, very wrong.

This week, Subban helped raise $130,000 for the hospital through Montreal's Just for Laughs festival.

And on Wednesday, the generous 27-year-old posted the following video to Facebook, proving his dedication to the hospital is ongoing. (Before you watch it, we suggest you grab a few tissues.)

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