New Jersey Devils P.K Subban Hired By ESPN

New Jersey Devils defenseman P.K. Subban has some time on his hands as his team didn't make the Stanley Cup Playoffs and sure enough he's putting himself back to work. Subban has been hired on by ESPN to serve as an Analyst for the remainder of the postseason.

It's expected his employment begins immediately and he will serve on the panel on ESPN Wednesday night on SportsCenter. Subban continues to be one of the biggest names in the sport and it has nothing to do with his play on the ice and everything to do with his personality. He's no stranger to the camera and the mic and will surely look right at home on your television set. Subban has done some previous work for Sportsnet and Hockey Night in Canada.

ESPN is diving back into the hockey world after it's parent company The Walt Disney Company signed a seven-year deal for half of the NHL's U.S TV rights. Subban joins the likes of Kevin Weekes, Ray Ferraro, Brian Boucher and Leah Hextall on the broadcast roster.

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