Senators' Neil thinks Subban should keep his head up Friday
Montreal Canadiens defenseman P.K. Subban will need to be on high alert in Friday's contest against the Ottawa Senators.
Subban was ejected from Game 1 after damaging Senators forward Mark Stone's right wrist with a slash.
The blue-liner, who didn't receive any supplemental discipline, will certainly be keeping an eye out for Ottawa's Chris Neil in Game 2.
Neil, a long-serving goon of the Senators, is scheduled to replace the injured Stone in Friday's lineup and may be seeking revenge for his teammate.
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