Found October 13, 2011 on
By MATT WILSON
Jordan Subban is far from under the radar in the Ontario Hockey League.
Jordan Subban earned his first goal of his young OHL career Thursday evening with the Belleville Bulls.
The Belleville Bulls rookie who was drafted in the first round of the 2011 OHL Priority Selection had a first however in his eighth career major junior hockey game.
It was against the rival Kingston Frontenacs, GM’ed by Doug Gilmour on Thursday night, when the Bulls were up 1-0 with 48 seconds to go in the first period on home ice.
A defenceman, like his older brother P.K., got in on the rush. The result, of course, was the milestone goal.
Jordan now has two points with an assist this season.
The Bulls went on to win 3-0 with the brilliant goaltending of John Chartrand.
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Montreal Canadiens defenseman Jaroslav Spacek is expected to be sidelined at least three weeks with a rib injury.
Spacek suffered the injury when he was checked into the boards by Evander Kane during Sunday's 5-1 victory over the Winnipeg Jets.
The 37-year-old Spacek has yet to record a goal, assist or penalty minute on the young season.
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