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By James Stephan (@J_Habs)
According to reports from Sportsnet’s Nick Kypreos, Montreal Canadiens star defenseman P.K. Subban has clinched the Norris Trophy.
@RealKyper: Confirmed word out of Montreal and NY is #Canadian P.K Subban will be announced during Cup final as the winner of #NHL 2013 Norris trophy.
Subban, tallying 11 goals and 38 points was nearly a point per game, marking this season as one of the best of his young career. P.K. was a force in every aspect of the game, varying from an agitating pest, a defensive pillar, a physical intimidator or an offensive wizard. The Toronto native was one of the Habs best players on a nightly basis and it was no surprise when he was nominated as a Norris Trophy Finalist.
To start the 2013 season Marc Bergevin and P.K. Subban were in a staring match, waiting for either party to flinch to get a contract signed. The reports were that the Canadiens wanted Subban to undergo the same process as net...