The Devils defenseman took to social media to add to the voices around hockey speaking up about Floyd’s death last week.
“What does ‘change the game’ mean? ‘Change the game’ means change the narrative,” Subban said. “The narrative has been the same — no justice. There needs to be justice. Justice has to happen; change needs to come, but we need everyone. We need everyone and all people to look at our lives and see where we can help that change and do our part. I’m committed to that. I’m committed to that through and through.”
As of Wednesday afternoon, the fund for six-year-old Gianna Floyd is nearing $900,000 from over 26,000 donors.
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— P.K. Subban (@PKSubban1) June 3, 2020
In 2015, Subban, while a member of the Canadiens, made a $10 million pledge to the Montreal Children’s Hospital.
Other NHLers helping out
Subban wasn’t the only NHLer going good on Wednesday. Patrice Bergeron of the Bruins announced a $25,000 donation to the Boston branch of the NAACP as well as $25,000 to Centre Multiethnique de Quebec.
Finally, Andrei Svechnikov lent a hand to the Wake County Boys and Girls club. The Hurricanes forward donated 2,500 disposable masks and 25 5.25-gallon containers of hand sanitizers for COVID-19 relief efforts.
For more on the George Floyd protests around the U.S., follow the NBC News live blog.