Despite the durability he has shown throughout his career, P.K. Subban has hit a rough patch during his first season in Nashville.
The Predators defenseman missed the final four games prior to the holiday break, and on Tuesday there was more bad news for the Preds and for Subban. An official report from the team revealed that Subban had once again missed practice, and continued to be listed as day to day with an "upper-boday injury."
This is starting to be a legitimate concern for the fan base as Subban is not the type of player who is content to sit on the sidelines, and the length of his absence now points to a relatively serious injury.
Subban had 7 goals and 10 assists in 29 games with the Preds this season before suffering his injury.