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Preds’ Subban sells shirts to benefit charity

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T-shirt being sold by P.K. Subban to benefit his foundation. (Photo: P.K. Subban Foundation) T-shirt being sold by P.K. Subban to benefit his foundation. (Photo: P.K. Subban Foundation)
NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) -

P.K. Subban is making the best of the playoff hype to raise money for his charity.

The P.K. Approved limited edition T-shirts are for sale will all proceed to benefit the PK Subban Foundation, which helps children battling cancer and other illnesses.

Click here to purchase a T-Shirt.

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