Montreal Canadiens defenseman P.K. Subban is a two-time NHL All-Star and 2014 Olympic gold medalist with Canada’s hockey team, but his accomplishment’s on the ice pale in comparison to his recent philanthropic splash.
The Toronto-born Subban, who is a key player for the red-hot Habs, made a $10,000,000 charitable commitment to the Montreal Children’s Hospital. The gift represents the largest ever made by any athlete in Canadian history.
To support his varied business and charitable efforts, Subban launched a new website on Friday, October 16, following a celebrity-fueled countdown.