2013-14: Played his first professional season with Boston's AHL affiliate in Providence with a 15-10-5 record and 2.31 goals against average in 33 games ... Faced 40 shots in his first pro game on Oct. 5 with a 5-1 loss at St. John's ... Earned his first professional win with a 5-2 victory in Worcester on Nov. 9 ... Notched his first pro shutout with a 3-0 win vs. Worcester on Jan. 3 which kicked off a four-game win streak and six-game point streak at 5-0-1.
JUNIORS: Played three full seasons of junior hockey in the Ontario Hockey League with the Belleville Bulls ... Had a 64-42-6 record and 2.52 goals against average ... Named to the OHL's All-Rookie Team in 2011 ... Enjoyed his best junior season with the Bulls in 2012-13 with a 29-11-4 record and league-best 2.14 GAA and .934 save percentage in 46 games and earned a Third Team OHL All-Star berth ... Played 17 post-season games in 2013 as Belleville advanced to the Conference championship and led OHL goaltenders in playoff GAA (2.00) and shutouts (three) ... Named the Best Puckhandling Goalie and Best Shootout Goalie in the 2012-13 OHL Coaches Poll voting.
INTERNATIONAL: Played for Team Canada in the 2013 World Junior championship (4-2 record and 2.76 GAA in six games).
TRANSACTIONS: Boston's first pick, 24th overall, in the 2012 NHL Entry Draft.
ETC: Full name, Malcolm-Jamaal Justin Subban ... Single ... His brother P.K. plays for the Montreal Canadiens while brother Jordan was drafted in the fourth round by Vancouver in 2013 ... Twitter, @Subbzero30.
CONTRACT STATUS: Is in year two of a three-year entry level contract.