New Jersey Devils defenseman PK Subban could be heard from the National League Player Safety Department in the near future due to a leg hook on New York Rangers’ Ryan Reeves.
During Wednesday’s pre-season game at Madison Square Garden, the former Montreal Canadian knocked down his opponent and escaped in blueshirts skater conditions. Subban’s skate reeves hit his left leg, struggling to put weight on it as he stood.
The hockey player is suffering from a minor body injury and his case is being evaluated daily, according to his head coach Gerard Gallant after the game. As for the Devils full-back, he then battled with Chris Creeder, who was bored on the ice, as he tried to justify a series of questions to the media.
“I went to the corner of the rink and tried to emphasize myself and got the upper hand. When I tried to correct myself I knew my leg was still on the surface and it came out of the hook a bit, he said through athletic reported comments. It’s a complex game. I want to find your bearings without getting hurt. He’s important to them and someone I know. It’s just unfortunate. I hate to see this. I hope it’s not too serious. “
Having lost 6-2 on Wednesday, the Devils are set to play their last Present Meeting by hosting the New York Islanders on Thursday. They will launch a campaign against the Chicago Blackhawks on October 15.