A day after taking American center Jack Hughes at No. 1 overall, New Jersey acquired Subban in a trade with Nashville. The Devils reportedly are absorbing the remainder of the deal, freeing up $9 million in cap space for the Predators for 2019-20, according to Sportsnet. Subban won the Norris Trophy, awarded to the best all-around defenseman, in 2013, but in an injury-plagued last season, he finished with nine goals and 22 assists, the least-productive campaign of his career.
The Preds also received a pair of picks in the deal, including the Devil's 34th overall selection in Saturday's draft and a second-round pick next year.
"We had to make a business decision", the GM said, according to Predators digital manager Thomas Willis.
"We appreciate P.K.'s contribution to the Predators and the Nashville community over the past three seasons", Poile said in a press release.
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For the second time in three years, the big-personality defenceman and former Norris Trophy victor has been traded. After becoming a star in Montreal, Subban was dealt to Nashville in June 2016 and helped the Predators to the Stanley Cup Finals in his first season.
Tampa Bay shed the remaining four years of Miller's $26.25 million contract by sending him to Vancouver. The 6-foot-2, 205-pounder posted 1-3-4 totals in 39 games this past season with the Devils and had 5-16-21 totals in 114 career National Hockey League games.
Santini has played parts of the past three seasons for New Jersey.
Davies was a seventh-round pick of the Devils in the 2016 draft but instead went to college and spent the last three seasons playing for Northeastern.