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Part Two of P.K. Subban's exclusive interview with Sportsnet

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Subban responds to Marc Bergevin's comments, reflects on his time in Montreal, and states his wishes for his transition to his new home in Nashville.

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Sportsnet aired the second portion of the sit-down interview between Eric Engels and former Montreal Canadiens star P.K. Subban on Wednesday night. (View Part One.)

In the segment, Subban responds to the comments Marc Bergevin made about liking players "who don't like to lose," saying that he believes the way to turn things around is to focus all of your efforts into what you do on the ice, not after the game.

He also spoke about how his final moments on the ice as a Montreal Canadien were spent being taken off on a stretcher after an awkward collision with Alexei Emelin, but doesn't dwell on that particular scene. He believes the positive moments he had with the team far outweigh the bad.

He ends the interview with some thoughts on moving the United States, making new relationships with both new fans and a new city, and comments on the violence currently plaguing the nation.

Also be sure to watch Subban recall a story about Andrei Markov, and hear his glowing testimony of Markov's influence on his career.