And if common hockey sense isn't enough to drive that point home, an emphatic statement from Predators general manager David Poile should.
"You see tweets from different places, but, that’s not happening," Poile said of a potential Subban trade, according to The Athletic's Pierre LeBrun.
"Nobody has even called me about him. P.K. played terrific this year. He played really well. He’s a really good player. He's one of the three candidates for the Norris Trophy. I really don’t know where this comes from."
Despite the Predators falling short of reaching a second straight Stanley Cup Final this past season, Subban produced a solid campaign in which he racked up 16 goals and 43 assists while averaging over 24 minutes of ice time per game.