Montreal Canadians defenseman P.K. Subban will be donating $10 million to the Montreal Children’s Hospital over a span of the next seven years.
The hospital named their waiting area the P.K. Subban Atrium in honor of the Canadians defenseman’s charitable donation.
Subban has also asked that part of his donation go towards the treatment of underprivileged children.
The two-time NHL All-Star notched career-highs across the board last season, scoring 15 goals with 45 assists for 60 points in helping his team make the playoffs.
In addition to the multiple All-Star appearances, Subban also earned a Jack Norris Memorial Trophy three years ago for being the league’s top defenseman.
Though he has done great stuff on the ice, his legacy will now be forever remembered for his generous donation to the Montreal Children’s Hospital.
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