Despite being crowned best Defenseman in the NHL, scoring 11 goals and 27 assists, as he matched his career-high 38 points in the lockout-shortened season of 2012-13, P.K. Subban can't seem to catch a break. His teammates, his coach, hockey commentators and even the fans have difficulty accepting the Norris Trophy winner. No one can seem to pinpoint the underlying reason behind the anxiety. Maybe their issues with him are only skin deep.
It's a super weird time to be Canadian. Toronto's crack-smoking mayor seems to have single-handedly reshaped the world's
Many of Canada's athletes were officially welcomed to their home away from home at the Athlete's Village in London on Wednesday