2012-13: Represented Canada in the Canada/Russia Challenge, going 2-0 with a 1.95 GAA and a .918 SV% in two starts...signed a three-year entry level contract with Boston on September 6th...named to Team OHL roster for Subway Super Series game on Nov. 8th in Guelph...represented Canada at the World Junior Hockey Championships in Ufa, Russia. Team finished 4th in the tournament as Subban went 4-2 with a 2.76 GAA and .901 SV% in 6 games...returned from WJC to win 4 of 5 January starts and post a 1.81 GAA and .938 SV%...made 29 saves in a 3-0 shutout win vs. Barrie on Feb. 18th as the Bulls took the conference lead...named Vaughn CHL Goaltender of the Week from Feb. 17-24th, going 3-0-0-0 with a 1.67 GAA and .952 SV%...won 7 consecutive decisions from Feb. 9-27th...finished season with a career high 29 wins, recording a career low 2.14 GAA and career high .934 SV% for first in the OHL...named OHL Player of the Week from Apr. 7-14th, posting back-to-back playoff shutouts over Sudbury...won 7 consecutive games from Mar. 30 - Apr. 19...finished playoffs with 11-4-2 record, 2.00 GAA and .933 SV%...set Bulls playoff shutout record with 3...voted as best shootout goaltender and best puckhandling goaltender in the Eastern Conference Coaches Poll...2011-12: Invited to the NHL Research & Development Camp in Toronto on Aug. 17-18th...missed the month of October with an ankle injury before returning to take CHL Goaltender of the Week Honours from Nov. 5-12, posting two wins, an 0.49 GAA and .982 SV%...ranked first among draft eligible OHL goaltenders on the Central Scouting Bureau's preliminary rankings released Nov. 17...named CHL Goaltender of the Week a second time from Nov. 20-27, going 3-0-0-0 with a 0.67 GAA and .978 SV% with one shutout...named Vaughn OHL Goaltender of the Month in November, going 9-1-0-0 with a 1.48 GAA and .952 SV% along with two shutouts...suffered a groin pull on Dec. 29th and was sidelined week-to-week...ranked top North American draft eligible goaltender in Central Scouting Bureau's Midterm Rankings released on Jan. 11...voted best shootout goaltender in the Eastern Conference Coaches Poll, going a perfect 12 for 12 on the season with a 3-0 record...finished the season fourth in goals against average at 2.50 and fifth in save percentage at .923...attended the NHL Draft Combine in Toronto from May 28-June 2...named the Bulls nominee for the Roger Neilson Award (Top Academic Post-Secondary Player)...selected in the 1st round (24th overall) by the Boston Bruins in the 2012 NHL Draft...2010-11: Made first OHL start Sept. 30 at Kingston in a 5-4 loss...won first game Oct. 16 vs. Saginaw in 3-2 overtime win where he turned away Alex Racino on a penalty shot...named Bulls player of the week Nov. 7-13 after going 1-0-0-1 with a 1.43 GAA and .945 SV%...named Vaughn CHL Goaltender of the Week Dec. 5 - 11 after going 2-0-0-0 with a 1.00 GAA and .972 SV% and was also named Bulls player of the week...went 2-2-0-0 in month of December with a 2.20 GAA and .932 SV%...played tremendously in Mar. 20 game at Brampton as Bulls won 3-2 on Subban's 42 saves and clinched the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference...started 3 of 4 playoff games in first round against Mississauga going 0-3 with a 2.02 GAA and .933 SV%...traveled to Germany to represented Canada in the World Under-18 Hockey Championships, collecting a shutout in his first game...Subban played in 5 games with a 2.98 GAA and .913 SV% as Canada lost in the Bronze Medal game in Russia...2009-10: Joined the Mississauga Reps for a Major Midget season.....had a highlight reel performance in the Telus Cup as the Reps lost the final 3-2 to Notre Dame as he turned away 55 of 58 shots...had brief stints in Toronto with the Junior Canadiens Jr. A team and in Belleville dressing as a backup with the Bulls...2008-09: Belleville's 11th round (218th overall) selection from the Toronto Marlboros Minor Midget team.
Personal: A graduate of Martingrove Collegiate Institute...began playing hockey at two and a half years old...favourite NHL player is Henrik Lundqvist...best hockey memory is being drafted by the Boston Bruins...enjoys resting away from the rink...apart from a career in hockey, aspires to be a teacher...favourite school subject is Phys. Ed...cites his toughest OHL opponent as Ottawa's Tyler Toffoli...favourite food is chocolate...is the son of Karl and Maria Subban and is the brother of P.K. and Jordan, also has two sisters, Nastassia and Natasha.