Jordan Subban
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Jordan Subban


Rexdale Ontario

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4th round (115th overall), 2013


177 lbs.

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2010-11: Jordan Subban was an assistant captain and skated in 68 games for the Toronto Marboros minor midget AAA team. He scored 21 goals with 43 assists and had 64 penalty minutes. In four games at the OHL Cup he scored 1 goal with 1 assist and had 4 penalty minutes. Subban played for Team Ontario at the Canada Winter Games; scoring 4 goals with 8 penalty minutes in six games. He was selected by Belleville in the first round (fifth overall) of the 2011 OHL Priority Draft.

2011-12: Subban played 55 games for the Belleville Bulls in his first OHL season and played for Canada Ontario at the 2012 U17 World Hockey Challenge. He scored 5 goals with 15 assists and was -22 with 31 penalty minutes during the OHL regular season. Belleville finished second in the East Division. Subban played in 5 of 6 games during the first round playoff series with Ottawa and was -1 with no points and 4 penalty minutes. Playing for the gold medal-winning Canada Ontario squad at the WHC he scored 1 goal with 2 assists and had 6 penalty minutes in six games.

2012-13: Subban was the leading scorer amongst defensemen for the Belleville Bulls in his second season after representing Canada at the 2012 Ivan Hlinka Memorial U18 Tournament in August. He had 1 assist in five games as Canada captured the gold medal in the tournament. Subban scored 15 goals with 36 assists and was plus-22 with 47 penalty minutes; skating in all 68 games for the Bulls. Belleville finished first in the East Division and reached the playoff semifinals. Subban scored 2 goals with 3 assists and was +10 with 20 penalty minutes in 17 playoff games. Ranked 81st amongst North American skaters in the Central Scouting mid-term rankings, Subban was ranked 55th in the final rankings and was selected by Vancouver in the fourth round (115th overall) in the 2013 NHL Draft.

2013-14: Subban returned to Belleville for his third OHL season after attending training camp with the Canucks. He scored 12 goals with 30 assists and was -11 with 63 penalty minutes in 66 regular season games. The Bulls finished fourth in the East Division, one point ahead of the Ottawa 67’s, as both teams missed the OHL playoffs. 

Talent Analysis

Subban is the younger brother of Montreal defenseman P.K. Subban and Boston goaltending prospect Malcolm Subban. While his skill set does not appear to be on the elite level of his brothers and he is smaller than most NHL defensemen there are characteristics of his game that attract attention. An offensively-inclined defenseman with a heavy shot and solid skating abilities, he relishes the physical side of the game and is not afraid to compete with players who are much bigger in stature. As with many young defensemen who like to join the attack Subban is a work in progress when it comes to realizing his defensive responsibilities.

Signed a three-year entry-level contract in May 2015 and will suit up for the Utica Comets or Kalamazoo Wings for the 2015-16 season. Subban must improve and refine the defensive aspects of his game while continuing to be a solid offensive producer. Long term he projects as a good third pair defender with power play potential.

Vancouver Canucks prospect awards honor playoff standouts

by Peter Prohaska
Cole Cassels - Vancouver Canucks

Photo: Vancouver 2013 third rounder Cole Cassels of the Oshawa Generals played spoiler in the OHL playoffs thanks to solid defensive work on Erie’s Connor McDavid (courtesy of Terry Wilson/OHL Images)



The season ended suddenly and surprisingly for the Canucks at the hands of the Calgary Flames, a team that was not expected to do much of anything this season but whose undervalued prospect depth has quickly proven to be on track and capable. The Canucks on the other hand now find themselves in a transitional phase, with Daniel and Henrik Sedin showing signs of slowing down, but with a strong group of players coming up to bolster an experienced NHL core. The good news is that the bulk of the prospect pool enjoyed post-season runs during the 2014-15 season, with deep playoff runs in the AHL and OHL playoffs for some notable names.

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