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Habs super fan who took out full page ad donates $250,000 to Subban’s charity

WATCH ABOVE: Dr. C.K., the Montreal Canadiens super fan who paid big bucks to vent about the P.K. Subban trade, is donating $250,000 to the star defenceman’s charity at the Montreal Children’s Hospital. Global's Felicia Parrillo reports.

Remember the Montreal Canadiens super fan who paid big bucks to vent about the P.K. Subban trade?

Well, he’s now making a $250,000 donation over five years – in addition to his unopened 2016-17 Canadiens seasons tickets – to the star defenceman’s charity at the Montreal Children’s Hospital.

READ MORE: Subban trade: Habs fan takes out full-page ad railing against management

Dr. Charles Kowalski, known as Dr. CK, shelled out $20,000 to take out a full page ad in the Montreal Gazette to complain about the trade.

At the time, Habs fans took to social media to express their anger and disappointment, vowing to cancel their season tickets.

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“My family and I will only be  attending  one home game this season, on March 2, 2017 – when Nashville visits Montreal,” he had written in the ad.

“I do not, and will not support, Marc Bergevin and Michel Therrien. And make no mistake, my fellow fans: attending games at the Bell Centre is a vote of confidence in their leadership.”

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Kowalski and his wife had originally pledged $50,000.

READ MORE:  P.K. Subban traded to Nashville Predators for Shea Weber

The Ottawa couple presented the cheque Wednesday afternoon.

rachel.lau@globalnews.ca