Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 08/25/14 at 09:06 AM ET
from Jack Todd at the Montreal Gazette,
Anyone who has followed the P.K. Subban saga from the beginning is suffering a little déja voodoo these days.
You know the story: exciting, charismatic, talented young hockey player is deemed a little too cocky by the hockey establishment, which is determined to take him down a peg or two.
The player falls into the category they call “visible minority,” although no one really knows what an “invisible minority” would be. He runs his mouth a little too much for the powers that be. His stock falls well below his talent level in the draft.
Then he isn’t issued an invitation to the world junior training camp by Hockey Canada, the ultimate hockey establishment.
Apart from that last bit, Joshua Ho-Sang’s story is P.K. Subban all over again. Brash young star rubs hockey people the wrong way despite his talent.
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