Found November 10, 2011 on HockeyBuzz:
Sophomore Still Set to be a Superstar Believe it or not, although there has been a lot of bad press about PK Subban and his struggles this season, he is still faring rather admirably for a sophomore. Handed the reigns to the Canadiens blue line thanks to the prolonged absence of Andrei Markov, PK has not had the same kind of success he enjoyed during the majority of his rookie season, but...
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