P.K. Subban Spotted Hanging Out With Snoop Dogg

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P.K. Subban Spotted Hanging Out With Snoop Dogg

We try not to talk about the Habs too much at MTLBlog. Mostly because there's nothing good to talk about. That is until now.

I think we found the reason why the Canadiens have been doing so badly this season.

Here's a picture that PK Subban posted on his Instagram account of him and Snoop Dogg.

The dogg pound #pkapproved

A photo posted by P.K. Subban (@subbanator) on

That's when it hit me, Snoop Dogg must've been secretly hanging out with the Habs for awhile. And if you hang out with Snoop long enough, you're bound to get (at least) a contact high.

So it's settled. The Habs don't suck, they're just involuntarily stoned.

Okay so that's probably not it, I guess I'm just trying to make myself feel better.

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