P.K. Subban out at world hockey championship

P.K. Subban's time at the world hockey championship is over before it even began. The Canadiens defenceman is returning to Montreal after injuring his knee during a warm-up exhibition game, the NHL club announced Tuesday.

Canadiens defenceman injures knee

Canadiens defenceman P.K. Subban could be out two weeks with a knee injury he sustained during an exhibition game at the world hockey championship. (Greg Fiume/Getty Images)

P.K. Subban's time at the world hockey championship is over before it even began.

The Canadiens defenceman is returning to Montreal after injuring his knee during a warm-up exhibition game, the NHL club announced Tuesday.

Subban went down in Canada's 2-1 victory over Switzerland on Sunday.

The Canadiens say Subban's injury will sideline him for approximately two weeks, but he will be re-evaluated by team doctors upon his arrival in Montreal.