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Top Malcolm Subban News

  • Blue Jackets' Malcolm Subban: Sent to minor-league affiliate

    Subban was demoted to AHL Cleveland on Monday.

    Subban's demotion suggests Elvis Merzlikins (lower body) may end up being available for Tuesday's season finale against Carolina. Subban has appeared in just one NHL contest this year -- he surrendered three goals on 35 shots en route to a 3-0 loss to the Hurricanes on April 7.

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  • Blue Jackets' Malcolm Subban: Losses season debut

    Subban picked up the loss in his NHL season debut in Sunday's 3-0 defeat to Carolina, giving up three goals on 35 shots.

    Subban last played in the NHL back during the 2021-22 campaign when he made four appearances for the Sabres. Once Elvis Merzlikins (lower body) or Daniil Tarasov (upper body) is cleared to return, Subban will likely be shipped back to the minors where he is sporting a 3.12 GAA and .901 save percentage in 35 appearances between AHL Cleveland and AHL Springfield.

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  • Blue Jackets' Malcolm Subban: Facing Hurricanes

    Subban will guard the road goal Sunday against Carolina, Jeff Svoboda of the Blue Jackets' official site reports.

    Subban will make his Columbus debut in the second half of a back-to-back after Jet Greaves played in Saturday's 6-2 win over Philadelphia. The 30-year-old Subban has appeared in 86 career NHL contests, posting a 36-33-9 record with a 3.10 GAA and an .898 save percentage. Carolina ranks eighth in the league this campaign with 3.35 goals per contest.

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  • Blue Jackets' Malcolm Subban: Up from minors

    Subban was summoned from AHL Cleveland on Friday.

    Subban has an 11-17-4 record, 3.12 GAA and .901 save percentage in 35 AHL outings between his stints with Cleveland and Springfield in 2023-24. Elvis Merzlikins (lower body) has been ruled out for Saturday's home tilt against the Flyers, and Daniil Tarasov (upper body) was injured Thursday versus the Isles, so Subban might end up being needed against Philly. If Tarasov and Merzlikins miss Columbus' next two games, then Subban and Jet Greaves will likely split the Blue Jackets' upcoming back-to-back contests against Philadelphia on Saturday and Carolina on Sunday.

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  • Blue Jackets' Malcolm Subban: Acquired via trade

    Subban was acquired by the Blue Jackets from St. Louis on Friday in exchange for future considerations.

    Subban will report to AHL Cleveland and figures to serve primarily as a reserve option for Columbus before hitting free agency this offseason. The addition of Subban could be an indication that the Jackets are preparing to offload Elvis Merzlikins, who previously submitted a trade request.

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  • Blues' Malcolm Subban: Lands on waivers

    Subban was placed on the waiver wire Sunday, per Chris Johnston of TSN.

    Subban posted a 20-14-5 record with a 2.94 GAA and a .903 save percentage in 39 games with AHL Rochester last season. Assuming he isn't claimed, the 29-year-old netminder will report to AHL Springfield. As expected, Joel Hofer will enter the 2023-24 campaign as the Blues' backup goalie behind Jordan Binnington.

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  • Blues' Malcolm Subban: Signs with St. Louis

    Subban signed a one-year, two-way contract with St. Louis on Saturday.

    Subban went 20-14-5 with a 2.94 GAA and a .903 save percentage in 39 regular-season appearances with AHL Rochester last season. He also posted a mark of 8-6 with a 2.56 GAA and a .916 save percentage during the 2023 Calder Cup Playoffs. Subban will probably spend most, if not all of the 2023-24 campaign in the minors.

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  • Sabres' Malcolm Subban: Full practice participant

    Subban (lower body) was a full practice participant with AHL Rochester on Tuesday.

    Subban's return to health will clear the way for him to serve as an emergency depth option should his services be needed in Buffalo. Until then, the veteran netminder will ply his trade in the minors with the Americans.

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  • Sabres' Malcolm Subban: Dealing with lower-body issue

    Subban is expected to be sidelined for 3-4 weeks with a lower-body injury.

    Subban likely would have been the netminder the Sabres would have turned to if Craig Anderson or Eric Comrie went down with an injury at some point during the first month of the season, but that obviously will no longer be the case due to this injury, making Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen the next man in line for a potential call-up.

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  • Sabres' Malcolm Subban: Cut Sunday

    Subban was placed on waivers Sunday for the purpose of assignment to AHL Rochester, per Mike Harrington of The Buffalo News.

    If he clears waivers, Subban will open the season third on Buffalo's goaltending depth chart behind Craig Anderson and Eric Comrie. Subban was 0-2-1 with an .871 save percentage in four appearances with the Sabres last season.

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  • Sabres' Malcolm Subban: Healthy for training camp

    Subban (upper body) was activated from injured reserve Thursday, per CapFriendly.

    Subban was sidelined from mid-January through the end of last season, but he was deemed healthy enough to sign a two-way deal in July. The 28-year-old goalie isn't expected to begin the year with the Sabres, as Craig Anderson and Eric Comrie are expected to be the goalie duo at the NHL level. Subban will likely be exposed to waivers in hopes of him clearing and spending much of the year at AHL Rochester.

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  • Sabres' Malcolm Subban: Inks new deal

    Subban (upper body) signed a one-year, two-way contract worth $850,000 with the Sabres on Tuesday.

    Subban will likely have a chance to compete for the backup job behind Craig Anderson in 2022-23. Subban made only four appearances with the Sabres in 2021-22, giving up 17 goals on 132 shots. He had surgery in January, so it's unclear if the 28-year-old will be fully healthy at the start of training camp.

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  • Sabres' Malcolm Subban: Officially on injured reserve

    Subban (upper body) was placed on injured reserve Saturday, per CapFriendly.

    Subban isn't expected to play again this season, so this move opens up a roster spot for the Sabres. The 28-year-old is set to be a free agent this offseason, though he has yet to establish himself at the NHL level on a regular basis.

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  • Sabres' Malcolm Subban: Not expected back this season

    Subban has undergone surgery to address his upper-body injury and is expected to miss the rest of the 2021-22 campaign.

    Subban drew into just four games with the Sabres before suffering his season-ending injury, going 0-2-1 while posting an ugly 4.86 GAA and .871 save percentage over that span. Subban is set to become an unrestricted free agent this summer, and he may need to settle for a two-way contract considering he's been lackluster at best with stops in Boston, Vegas, Chicago and Buffalo through the first eight years of his career.

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  • Sabres' Malcolm Subban: Considered month-to-month

    Subban is considered month-to-month with an upper-body injury.

    Given the expected length of Subban's absence, the 28-year-old netminder will almost certainly be placed on injured reserve in the coming days. Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen is also considered week-to-week with a lower-body injury after both goaltenders were injured in Tuesday's loss to the Lightning, so the Sabres are now down to Aaron Dell in terms of healthy goaltenders on their roster. Another update on Subban, who's gone 0-2-1 while posting a disastrous 4.86 GAA through four appearances this season, should surface once he's cleared to resume skating.

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  • Sabres' Malcolm Subban: Facing Islanders

    Subban will guard the road goal Thursday versus the Islanders, Lance Lysowski of The Buffalo News reports.

    Subban has allowed nine goals on 73 shots in his two appearances for the Sabres this year. Despite those shaky numbers, he has a somewhat favorable matchup against the Islanders, who are averaging just 2.19 goals per game this season.

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  • Sabres' Malcolm Subban: Struggles in loss to Isles

    Subban surrendered four goals on 32 shots in Thursday's 4-1 loss to the Islanders.

    Buffalo actually finished with a 37-32 edge in shots, but Semyon Varlamov stood tall in New York's net, while Subban failed to do the same for the Sabres. He's 0-2-1 with a dreadful 4.56 GAA and .876 save percentage, so Subban's unlikely to see many starts for the Sabres outside of back-to-back situations unless his play picks up considerably.

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  • Sabres' Malcolm Subban: Heroic effort in OT loss

    Subban made 45 saves in Friday's 3-2 overtime loss to the Penguins.

    The 27-year-old was the main reason the Sabres even got a point out of this one, as Subban was fantastic over the final part of regulation after the Pens had grabbed a 2-0 lead early in the second period before Jeff Carter was finally able to get another puck past him in OT. Subban has taken a back seat to rookie Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen since joining Buffalo in early December largely due to a lower-body injury suffered in his first appearance for the club, but performances like this could earn him more playing time now that he's healthy.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-2, 215 lbs
Birthplace: Toronto, ON
Age: 30
Experience: 8
Shoots: Left