Malcolm Subban



  • DOB: 12/21/1993
  • Ht: 6-2
  • Wt: 217
  • Shoots: L
  • Years on Team: 1
  • Hometown: Toronto, ON
  • Drafted: Boston Bruins' first-round selection (24th overall) in 2012 NHL Draft


Acquired by the Buffalo Sabres for future considerations on December 2, 2021. Signed a one-year NHL contract with Buffalo on July 12, 2022.


2021-22: Split the campaign between the Buffalo Sabres (NHL) and Rockford IceHogs (AHL), where he combined to go 2-4-2 in nine appearances with the two clubs ... Began the season with the IceHogs before being acquired by Buffalo on 12/2 for future considerations



2020-21: Appeared in 16 games with the Chicago Blackhawks (NHL), compiling a 6-8-1 record with a .900 save percentage and a pair of shutouts ... Recorded his first shutout as a member of the Blackhawks in a 2-0 win over the Columbus Blue Jackets on 2/25


2019-20: Spent most of the season with the Vegas Golden Knights (NHL), registering a 9-7-3 record in 20 games before making his lone appearance with Blackhawks on 3/03, where he replaced Corey Crawford for 70 seconds during 6-2 victory over the Anaheim


2018-19: In 21 games with the Golden Knights, held an 8-10-2 record with a .902 save percentage ... His first-career NHL shutout of the campaign came on 3/21 as he stopped all 20 shots he faced versus Winnipeg


2017-18: After being claimed by Vegas on 10/03 from the Bruins, boasted a 13-4-2 record with the Golden Knights ... Posted a seven-game win streak from 12/03 to 1/05 ... Made his Vegas debut by earning his first-career NHL win against Boston on 10/15


2016-17: Spent majority of the campaign with Providence by going 11-14-1 in 32 games ... Went 0-1 in his lone game with the Boston Bruins (NHL) on 10/25 ... In six postseason games with Providence held a 2-2 record


2015-16: Was 14-8-5 in 27 contests in his third stint with Providence ... Finished his regular season by going 8-0-2 from 12/30 to 2/05 ...  Produced a 5-0-1 mark from 11/28 to 12/18, which started with an 18-save effort on 11/28 versus Lehigh Valley


2014-15: Had three shutouts, which is a professional career-best, in 35 games with Providence while also making his NHL debut with Boston on 2/20 at St. Louis ... Was 1-1 during his two appearances in the postseason along with a .953 save percentage and 1.12 goals against average


2013-14: As a rookie with Providence, topped all first-year netminders with a 2.31 goals against average in 33 appearances ... Was one of six first-year goaltenders to play in multiple Calder Cup Playoff games as he showed a 0-2 mark in six games ... Showed a 15-10-5 record in 33 regular season appearances with the Bruins to go with his one shutout and .920 save percentage ... Began 2014 with a 25-save effort for his first professional shutout in a 3-0 win over Worcester on 1/03 ... Closed out the regular season with an 11-4-0 record, highlighted by a five-game winning streak from 1/03 to 2/16


2012-13: Finished a three-year career with the Belleville Bulls (OHL) by showing a 64-42-6 record and eight shutouts in 118 career games ... Helped Belleville finish first in the East during the regular season by posting a career-best 29 wins and 46 appearances ... Went 11-6 and three shutouts in 17 playoff contests to help the club reach the Conference Finals ... Finished the regular season by leading all qualified goaltenders with 2.14 goals against average and .934 save percentage while also notching five shutouts


2011-12: Produced a 25-14-0 record and 2.50 goals against average in 39 games with the Bulls ... Had a 2-4 mark in six playoff games

2010-11: As a rookie with Belleville, showed a 10-17-2 record in 32 appearances ... Went 0-3 in three postseason contests despite holding a .933 save percentage and 2.02 goals against average ... Was named to OHL All-Rookie Team


2009-10: In a combined three games with the Toronto Jr. Canadiens (OJHL) and Belleville, posted a 0-1-0 record and 32 saves in 84 minutes



Went 4-2 along with a .901 save percentage and 2.76 goals against average in six appearances during Team Canada’s fourth-place finish at the 2013 World Junior Championships

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Player Stats

Regular Season
2022-23 Regular SeasonROC390.9032014522347118710721152
2021-22 Regular SeasonRFD50.8932210302159142170
2016-17 Regular SeasonPRO320.9171114511789869797721
2015-16 Regular SeasonPRO270.911148521635757690671
2014-15 Regular SeasonPRO350.92116134020171044962823
2013-14 Regular SeasonPRO330.9201510551920921847741
2023 Calder Cup PlayoffsROC140.9168600843431395361
2017 Calder Cup PlayoffsPRO30.9370200113635940
2015 Calder Cup PlayoffsPRO20.9531100160646130
2014 Calder Cup PlayoffsPRO60.888220024410795120