He did it with Price, and the fans loved it. It was a very small act that in no way denigrated the opponents, and it made the home crowd happy.
Silly decision, but I'm not the coach.
It's a team game and as we saw since the beginning of the season, the whole team salute the fans after the game. Don't get my wrong, I love Subban. But in a whole team concept, these kind of celebration have no place. Entertaining for sure, but needed...?
Part of what makes Subban great is how electrifying he is emotionally and with his personality.
Therrien needs to talk to Hal Gill. "Let PK be PK, it's what makes him great"
My first reaction was to call it a dumb move but then I saw it as Therrien trying to help Subban; an attempt to help him keep his focus on his game and take a little (media) pressure off his shoulders.
Reporter: So PK what do you think about this decision regarding the triple low five?
Subban: I am not the coach. I am here to help this team win. Team... blablabla... team.
Reporter: So coach, why are you doing this?
Therrien: Pas l’temps d’niaiser avec ça! Next question.
=> No more talks about the triple low five.
Again, I think Therrien will be a good coach for Subban.
Oh... and this:
Originally Posted by le_sean
Good, they can triple low five after they win the Cup. It was pretty ridiculous seeing them do it last season when wins meant possibly getting up to 14th in the East.