P.K. Subban working on special project during NHL shutdown

Let’s hope this turns out better than his 2019-20 stats!

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New Jersey Devils defenseman P.K. Subban has remained quite active on social media ever since the NHL has shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and it seems like it has opened doors for a new professional endeavour for the blue liner. 

On Thursday, during a video call of players from the Metropolitan Division,  Subban revealed has been working with the NHL on a potential game show “to create content and bring some joy to people, give people something to laugh about.”

The show will feature fans, celebrities and NHL players.

“I’m sure it could be some fun stuff and it’s also great to create some content that brings some joy to people, gives people some things to laugh about because there’s a lot of things to frown about [right now],” Subban said. “I’m happy that the League is making an initiative to put smiles on people’s faces and give fans some content to look forward to and have some fun with. Hopefully this game show can do that and I’m looking forward to it.”

If everything goes well, Subban hopes to launch the game show in the next two weeks. 

Subban has experience hosting a show with “ P.K. Subban ’s All-Star Special” during the NHL All-Star break in 2019 and is looking to help out fans while he can. 

“You’re always trying to find ways to be constructive and keep yourself busy, and I don’t have kids, so I might have extra time that you don’t have to do other things,” Subban said.

Will you be watching?