This has been brought up over and over; although Sublime doesn't have a built in print feature, use of the ExportHTML plugin is more that a workaround and offers numerous benefits, since modern browsers have nice inbuilt print support, with zooming, export to PDF etc. etc.. The other benefit to the intermediate step of having your code nicely formatted in HTML is that you can easily postprocess and format before printing if you should wish.
Given the flexibility of this solution I imagine Jon just doesn't see the value in implementing a dedicated print feature.
As a side note, I don't understand why so many are put out by this. I too need to print code from time to time and don't see the above as restrictive in any way.