P.K Subban has never been one to mince words, and yesterday was no different.
The Nashville Predators' defenseman was back at his old stomping ground on Monday, for the P.K. Subban Comedy Gala as part of Just for Laughs. During the segment he wasn't afraid to take a few shots at his former club's management.
He began his routine with some normal-type jokes about an injury that ended his season in 2015-16, but the jokes quickly turned towards Canadiens' GM Marc Bergevin and head coach Michel Therrien.
Subban said, "Over the years people in montreal embraced me with open arms & those who didn't. Well those are the people who traded me." He ended his jabs with: "Now I'm free to do as many low-fives as I want."
But Subban wasn't done there, as he dedicated a country song to Bergevin called "take this job and shove it."
The Montreal crowd was still clearly behind Subban, as they gave him a roaring ovation once his set ended.
The shots at his former team's leaders were all in good fun as the event managed to raise $130,000 for the Montreal Children's Hospital Foundation.