Thread: Confirmed with Link: No more triple low five
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02-02-2013, 06:18 AM
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Originally Posted by DAChampion View Post
Your argument:
He can't become a great defenseman unless he loses his personality.

Subban's personality is the reason he is becoming a great defenseman. He is a player who was picked in the 2nd round, and even a year after being drafted people thought he would be a 3rd pairing PP specialist at best. Instead he has become a dominant physical force at both ends.

As he said in his beautiful interview with the Gazette, when an opposing player enters the Habs zone, all he can think about it killing them. That's his personality. He is a warrior who wants to win, and he thinks about hockey in his dreams. He has that desire for excellence, and he enjoys victory more than he enjoys losing.

It is because he cares, and not in spite of the fact he cares, that he might become a hall of famer one day.
I'll change might to will.
(but Cherry might do everything in his power to stop Subban from making it to the Hall of Fame...up to me he's already in the Hall of Fame...never been so entertained by a Hab dman...never! yet Subban is being castrated here).

Subban has his style but what people are trying to tell him but are afraid to is...''Subban this ain't the NBA...this ain't the NFL! we don't like your kind in our sport''. It is a ****ed up ''culture'' 'cause you're allowed to get away with almost killing a player (Chara on Pacioretty), but you're considered an arrogant fool for triple fiving a goalie after a victory. Subban is not right, but Colin Campbell is right...****ed up.

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