Habs’ P.K. Subban Becomes First NHL Player Fined Twice For Diving (Video)

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March 20, 2015

P.K. Subban seems to be doing all he can to keep his reputation as a diver.

The Montreal Canadiens defenseman was fined for embellishment for the second time this season, making him the first NHL player to earn that distinction. The infraction cost Subban $3,000.

If Subban is fined again by the NHL, it will cost him $4,000, and a fourth infraction would carry a $5,000 fine. If Subban were to be nabbed for a fifth offense, it would cost him an additional $5,000 and an additional $2,000 fine for Montreal head coach Michel Therrien.

Thumbnail photo via Jean-Yves Ahern/USA TODAY Sports Images

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