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Monster trade concluded between the Montreal Canadiens and the Nashville Predators in 2016: officially, there is nothing left of the P.K. Subban trade


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David St-Jean
July 12, 2023  (7:21 PM)
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As you may know, in 2016, Marc Bergevin and the Montreal Canadiens announced one of the most talked-about trades in the history of the club.

On June 29, 2016, defenseman P.K. Subban was traded to the Nashville Predators in exchange for Shea Weber.
Even today, many fans wonder who won this trade, even though both players involved are now retired.
So, here's why we are talking about this trade again today.

An officially concluded trade tree

Yesterday, following Nashville's announcement of signing Denis Gurianov (ironically, it was the Predators who put an end to it all), it can be officially said that the Canadiens have nothing left from this massive trade concluded in 2016.
"With Denis Gurianov leaving Montreal via free agency (to sign with Nashville), it's official: the Canadiens have no pieces left from the P.K. Subban trade."

Let's recall the "tree" of the trade, with a few branches:
Subban was traded for Shea Weber
Weber was traded for Evgenii Dadonov
Dadonov was traded for Denis Gurianov
Gurianov has now left the Canadiens.
For the sake of completeness, let's also mention what the Nashville Predators acquired when they traded Subban: Steven Santini, Jeremy Davies (two prospects), and two second-round picks (2019 and 2020).
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Monster trade concluded between the Montreal Canadiens and the Nashville Predators in 2016: officially, there is nothing left of the P.K. Subban trade

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