In June, NHL star P.K. Subban was traded from the Montreal Canadiens to the Nashville Predators.

Sure, Canadiens fans will long for him. But more than that, the children at Montréal Children’s Hospital will miss their favorite player, who often donated his time and resources to making their lives better.

Just before Christmas, Subban turned the hospital into a winter wonderland, and surprised kids with a party. Shortly prior to the trade, he pledged to raise $10 million for the hospital.

Knowing that he will be missed, Subban wrote a letter to the children at the hospital, and their families, letting them know that he “will never stop fundraising for them.”

“You can’t imagine how rewarding it is to watch you get better and leave the hospital with your families…” Subban said in a video message.

“Even while living in Nashville, I still expect Valentine’s Day letters, virtual hugs and spontaneous songs. In return, I will never stop funding and raising awareness for all of you.”

What a guy.