Malcolm Subban has been preparing his whole life to be a starting NHL goalie. Now he has a shot with Blackhawks.

CHICAGO — When Karl Subban’s three sons — P.K., Malcolm and Jordan — were young, he could see the writing on the wall: They might become NHL players one day.Or, to be more accurate, he could see the scuff marks on the wall.“They’d have a ball or Jordan would roll up some socks,” Karl Subban told the Chicago Tribune after Malcolm was traded to the Chicago Blackhawks in February. “The walls in our hallways were like you would see in the hockey rink and you have the boards. You could see all the puck marks.”Fast-forward to recent years, and all three are pursuing professional hockey dreams at var…

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