P.K. Subban has always stood out in the world of hockey. Whether it’s his flashy personal style, his incredible charity work, or the fact that he’s a black player in a mostly white sport, Subban turns heads wherever he goes.
This exciting book gives readers an in-depth look into everything that makes Subban a star, from his childhood in Canada to the trade that sent shockwaves through the hockey world.
Every sports franchise has its face-the star of the show, the player fans can’t take their eyes off of, the one whose talent determines the fate of the entire operation. The Franchise series explores these athletes’ stories, taking readers into the players’ lives on and off the field of play. Learn about your favorite athletes’ early days, the challenges they’ve overcome to reach the top, and the qualities that make them truly incomparable.
About the Author
Teresa M. Walker has been a journalist for over 30 years in Tennessee. Based in Nashville, she covers the NFL’s Titans, the NHL’s Predators, the NBA’s Grizzlies, and a handful of college teams. She has covered a Stanley Cup Final, three Super Bowls, and five Olympics—including the US women’s 2018 gold medal hockey victory in Korea.