P.K.’s sisters are both educators, but were good teachers way before they formally made it their careers. They helped teach P.K. to skate, and he even wore his sister’s figure skates his first time on the ice.
Even at a young age, P.K. was a natural in front of the camera.
P.K. got an early start on his future career and already had big dreams.
P.K.’s second year in organized hockey. Winning hockey games was not always easy for his team in P.K’s second year of organized hockey. However, hockey had clearly won his heart.
P.K. never missed a chance to skate. For him, the only thing better than skating three times a day was skating four times.
When it was time to play, P.K. always had his game face on.
This is my dad, AKA Big Karl. He is the definition of a family man, has the biggest heart and is all about giving back to those in need.
Meet Mama Subban. She holds down the fort, keeps this family together and pretty much runs the show.
This is Nastassia. She’s my eldest sister and she also runs my foundation! Besides working with me, Nastassia is a teacher, and a wonderful mother of three little hockey players in the making!
Meet Tasha. Even before she became an educator, she helped teach me how to skate and even let me use her figure skates my first time on the ice. She works very closely with me to help run P.K.S.S. Management.
This is my brother Malcolm. He currently plays in the AHL with the Providence Bruins.
This is the youngest one of our Subban clan, Jordan. He plays in the AHL for the Utica Comets.
Sports wasn't just something we did as a family. It was a way of life and a way to a better life.