It Appears We Have Two Sides To The Story Of Pierre-Edouard Bellemare "Biting" P.K. Subban's Finger In A Scrum
Ha! Classic mix-up! Did one professional hockey player go out of his way to treat an opposing professional hockey player's hand like a chew toy, or was it simply the all-too-common case of a professional hockey player falling victim to the dangers of playing a non-consensual game of dentist with another professional hockey player? A mystery for the ages, as the world will more than likely never know!
As is the case with all stories, I'd imagine the third side is the closest to the truth. Unfortunately, that's exactly what makes it the least transcribed historically.
If I had to guess? P.K. Subban probably gave Pierre-Edouard Bellemare something far too similar to a Mr. Socko, and - in turn - the latter decided to explore the most trusted route to getting a grown man's dirty ass mitt out of his mouth. It seems like a bit of a dramatic overreaction to freak out over having your protected finger nibbled on, either incidentally or intentionally, when you forcibly put said finger in a position where it might be mistaken for bait, but that doesn't necessarily make either tale especially tall.
As far as I can tell, it was just a quick miscommunication between two NHL players that probably need to be reminded of basic boundaries so as to avoid resembling babies from a viral video while playing hockey at its highest level...