Malcolm Subban in stable condition after taking puck to throat

PK Subban discusses his brother and Bruins goaltending prospect Malcolm Subban, who took a puck to the throat before an AHL game on Saturday.

The Boston Bruins gave an update on the condition of Malcolm Subban on Sunday, after the goaltending prospect took a puck to his throat before his AHL game Saturday night in Portland.

“Malcolm Subban was struck in the throat with a puck Saturday night during pregame warmups. He was transported to Maine Medical Center and was diagnosed with a fractured larynx,” reads the update. “He stayed overnight at Maine Medical Center and was transported to Mass General Hospital on Sunday for further evaluation. He is in stable condition and will be sidelined indefinitely. The team will provide additional details when they become available.”

Subban was drafted by the Bruins 24th overall in 2014. He is the brother of Canadiens defenceman P.K. Subban, and Jordan Subban, a defenceman in the Vancouver Canucks‘ organization.

Malcolm is 14-8-5 in 27 appearances this season with the Providence Bruins with a 2.46 goals-against average and a .911 save percentage.

He tweeted out a photo of himself from the hospital thanking his fans for all their support.