Goalie Malcolm Subban was injured in the 3rd period of the game against St. Louis on October 21st. Following the injury Subban was placed on IR and the timetable that was set was “approximately four weeks.”

Today at City National Arena the goalie was publicly seen skating for the first time since the injury three weeks ago.

In doing so he also showed off his new helmet and pads. The helmet is red on the front with a gold facemask. It has the Golden Knights primary logo along the chin with a pattern of primary logos toward the side. On the side there are a few more logos including the secondary sword star and a silhouette of the Las Vegas strip. The top is mostly gold with white bold letters spelling “Vegas Strong.” We have yet to see the back.

Then, the best moment of the day happened when Jonathan Marchessault’s son took some shots on Subban. Looks like we’ve got a future star in the making.

(Videos taken by Marcus Cottengim)

There has not been an update from the Golden Knights on the status of Subban, Marc-Andre Fleury, or Oscar Dansk.

**Huge thanks to Marcus Cottengim, Constance Kern, and Ami Gilbert for the pictures and videos. If something related to the Golden Knights happens, SinBinners are always there.**