P.K. Subban's dad buys shirt mocking the 'Canadien Dive Team'
The vitriol already spewed by Boston Bruins fans at P.K. Subban isn't going to stop his own father from throwing a little shade at his eldest son.
Karl Subban bought a red T-shirt that read "Canadien Dive Team" with his son's No. 76 emblazoned on the back from a vendor near the TD Garden in Boston.
“I saw this shirt and I looked closely. I saw ‘76’ and I read it and I saw what it said. My wife laughed. My son Malcolm is here and he laughed, too,” Subban told The Montreal Gazette. “So I said ‘I better buy one.’ I know the fans here are having fun. And I want to have some fun with it, too. But really that’s all it’s about. It’s about having fun.”
P.K. was dominant during the Canadiens win over the Bruins Thursday night, scoring a pair of goals including the game winner at 4:17 of the second overtime period.
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