In an excellent post that outlined his concerns with the Senators showing interest in bringing back Filip Kuba, Scott also included a brief blurb that commented on Malcolm Subban’s tweet indicating that he had worked out privately for the Ottawa Senators yesterday.
Great time in Ottawa. Good ice sesh and lunch with the staff. Also great to see @mpuempel putting work in the gym. #mindstate
— Malcolm Subban (@SubbZero30) June 12, 2012
The most common question that Senators fans have at this point is: “Why would the organization invite Subban into town for a workout when the organization already has goaltending depth in Lehner, Anderson and Bishop?”
It’s a fair query.
Having dealt their second round pick to Phoenix – which was moved towards the deadline to Columbus for former Senator Antoine Vermette -- in December’s Kyle Turris trade, Subban’s tweet sparked the interest of Senators fans for a few reasons: a) they have depth at the goaltending position; b) the risk in d...