Canadiens defencemen P.K. Subban looking for 8 Million per year

With his contract up for renewal this summer, P.K. Subban is in for a big payday.

And, given his druthers, he hopes it comes out of the wallets of the Canadiens owners rather than any other of the league’s 29 teams.

“I’ll tell you this right now: My goal coming into the NHL was to help the Montreal Canadiens win a Stanley CUp. It still is,” Subban told the Sun on Saturday.

“If I’m not a Montreal Canadien, it won’t be because I don’t want to be there. I have every intention of being there, playing my entire career there.

“If it doesn’t happen, it’s because it’s a business and not because I don’t want to be there.”

Subban is expected to be looking for a long-term deal at $8-million plus per season, which is understandable when you are the defending Norris Trophy winner as the league’s top defenceman.

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