Where I stand on the trade between Nashville's captain and Montreal's assistant captain is that each team gained and loss a unique player with a unique playing style.
Subban offers a very aggressive, quick and skilled play style for Nashville. As for Shea Weber, he offers a great amount of knowledge due to his veteran status of the sport and also he brings a new level of physical play.
Montreal had two main thriving sources when it comes to the fans, Carey Price and P.K Subban: Carey being crowned the number one goaltender in the NHL and Subban, such an explosive and colourful character that the fans loved him.
The Nashville predators lost an incredible leader and a great deal of knowledge and experience on their defensive line. If I was a Nashville fan I would be upset to see the captain go.
The trade made between the two teams was a fair one, trading one dominant defenceman for another. I'm looking forward to seeing how both of them impact each of their new teams and how they will fair playing against their old teamates.
Jacob Dillon is a grade 10 student at Westwood Senior High School in Hudson, QC