Sports With Stanley Cup playoffs over, is it time to stop talking about the Subban trade?

15:16  13 june  2017
15:16  13 june  2017 Source:   CBC

Subban: Crosby said I have bad breath, but I use Listerine

  Subban: Crosby said I have bad breath, but I use Listerine Subban: Crosby said I have bad breath, but I use ListerineP.K. Subban revealed after his Nashville Predators won Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final 5-1 that he was the victim of a vicious chirp from Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby, who accused the defender of having bad breath.

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The Pittsburgh Penguins woke up this morning as Stanley Cup champions, but somehow, in some people's minds, P.K. Subban was still the story.

At least on Twitter.

Supporters and detractors of the former Habs defenceman duked it out in the aftermath of the Penguins' victory on Sunday night.

One observer was thankful that the Penguins took home the top prize, because it wouldn't mean another round of stories about Subban's merits.

Another was hopeful the end of the season will put an end to the debate. Not sure that's likely.

And for Chez Subban, the Montreal bar renamed in his honour for the playoff run, it was the end of the line.

Sidney Crosby denies mocking P.K. Subban's breath: 'Yeah, he made that up'

  Sidney Crosby denies mocking P.K. Subban's breath: 'Yeah, he made that up' Sidney Crosby denies mocking P.K. Subban's breath: 'Yeah, he made that up'Subban was seen getting in Crosby's face after the Predators thrashed Pittsburgh 5-1 on Saturday to get their first win of the series. When asked what they were jawing about, Subban said Crosby "told me my breath smelled." Kind of weird, but not exactly a big deal.

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P.K. Subban (Photo by Minas Panagiotakis/Getty Images). The Nashville Predators’ defense continued to thrive in the Stanley Cup Playoffs after two defenseman scored yesterday helping the team defeat the St. Louis Blues 3-1 in Game 3 of their Western Conference Second Round series on Sunday.

Subban himself had been uncharacteristically quiet — he was not made available to the media — since his joke about having bad breath emerged as a subplot of the series.

Ahead of yesterday's game, reporters stuck it out at Subban's locker room stall in protest, until the team called a meeting and ordered everyone out.

But the Listerine bottles he playfully carried into the arena ahead of Game 4 quickly became a meme.

In one widely shared post, Crosby hoisted the mouthwash in place of the Stanley Cup.

After the game, Subban himself told reporters he's confident his team will make it back to the final soon.

"It stings,'' said Subban, who was shipped out by the Montreal Canadiens for Shea Weber last summer and played a key shutdown role through the Predators' playoff run.

"We've got to embrace the feeling right now and accept it and let it sink in because ultimately that's what's going to put us back here next year and in a position to win a Stanley Cup."

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There had been the possibility of Subban bringing the cup back to Montreal and his beloved Children's Hospital if the Predators had won. That will have to wait for now.

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