P.K. Subban Brings Christmas Cheer To Nashville Kids With Sickle Cell Disease

P.K. Subban hasn’t lost his holiday spirit since moving to Nashville.

The Predators defenseman had a tradition of giving back and visiting the Montreal Children’s Hospital — he donated $10 million to them in September 2015 — but he has a new community of kids to help since the Canadians traded him in June. And he went all out this year.

Subban gathered up a group of children who suffer from sickle cell disease and took them on the “Subban Sleigh” for a trip to the Preds’ pro shop. He even received some help from the kids at Montreal Children’s Hospital.

Now that’s what the holidays are all about.

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