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31 Carey Price G
Height/Weight: 6-3/209 | Birthdate: 8/16/1987 | Birthplace: Vancouver, B.C., Canada | Team: Montreal Canadiens | College: None | NHL Experience: 7 | Salary: $5,500,000 | Owned/Started%: 85/65 | Average Draft Position: 39.82
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7/30/2014

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Carey Price

Montreal's Price To Begin Skating In August

News: Carey Price (knee) won't begin skating until mid-August, the Tri-City Herald reports.
Analysis: Carey Price injured his knee in the first game of the Eastern Conference Finals and was knocked out of the playoffs, but he did not need surgery. The knee has healed enough for him to play in a charity golf event, but we won't know if the knee is in hockey shape until August.

5/31/2014

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Carey Price

Habs' Price Doesn't Need Surgery

News: Carey Price (knee) will not require surgery over the offseason, Arpon Basu of NHL.com reports.
Analysis: Carey Price injured his knee in a collision with the Rangers' Chris Kreider is Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals, but won't need surgery to fix it. The goaltender also said that the injury was not related to an injury he suffered while playing for Team Canada in the Olympics. Price should be fully recovered for the start of training camp in the fall.

5/27/2014

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Carey Price

Habs Coach Reiterates Price Won't Play In ECF

News: Coach Michel Therrien reiterated Monday that Carey Price (knee) won't be available for the remainder of the Eastern Conference Finals, The Record reports.
Analysis: Carey Price seemed to provide a glimmer of hope for a possible early return from the injury by taking part in a 30-minute on-ice workout Monday, but Therrien indicated it was merely a part of the recovery process and that his original timetable still holds. The goalie will continue to target a return in the Stanley Cup Finals, but with the Canadiens already in a 3-1 series hole against the Rangers, the team's chances of advancing to the next round seem remote.

5/26/2014

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Carey Price

Habs' Price Skates Without Equipment Monday

News: Carey Price (knee) skated without equipment Monday morning, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports.
Analysis: Although Carey Price's presence on ice is a sign that he's making some progress in his recovery from the knee injury, he's still a long shot to return for Tuesday's Game 5 or a possible Game 6 or 7. The Habs will have to get by with Dustin Tokarski, who has acquitted himself well through his first three starts.

5/19/2014

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Carey Price

Canadiens' Price Out For Eastern Finals

News: Carey Price (leg) will miss the rest of Eastern Conference Finals, TSN's Darren Dreger reports.
Analysis: The full details of Carey Price's injury have not been provided, but whatever ailment he is dealing with will sideline him for at least the rest of the Canadiens' current series with the Rangers. Price has not been ruled out for the Stanley Cup Finals if the Canadiens advance, but Peter Budaj and/or Dustin Tokarski will handle the goaltending duties for the time being.

5/19/2014

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Carey Price

Canadiens' Price Sits Out Morning Skate

News: Carey Price did not take part in Monday's morning skate due to a right leg injury, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports.
Analysis: The Canadiens have not commented on Carey Price's status for Monday's game, but he did not skate for the second straight day. Both practice sessions were optional, but it is concerning that Price has not taken the ice since being removed from Saturday's game. Price's status will likely be determined close to game time, and Peter Budaj will get the start if he is unable to go.

5/18/2014

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Carey Price

Habs' Price Not At Optional Skate

News: Carey Price didn't participate in the team's optional skate on Sunday, John Lu of TSN reports.
Analysis: Carey Price apparently skated on his own before practice, testing out what might have been a knee concern, according to the Associated Press. He was pulled after the second period of Saturday's game after allowing four goals on 20 shots. There was some question as to whether he was pulled due to poor performance or because of an injury, and his absence from Sunday's practice clouds the situation even more. If he is unable to go in Game 2, Peter Budaj will likely get the start between the pipes.

5/17/2014

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Carey Price

Habs Pull Price; Is Injury A Concern?

News: Carey Price was pulled after two periods Saturday in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals against the Rangers. He allowed four goals on 20 shots, although there is some concern he may have been pulled because of injury and not poor performance, reports the Associated Press.
Analysis: Coach Michel Therrien was quick to brush off the idea of an injury after the game, but he wouldn't answer questions about Carey Price getting the Game 2 start. At 3:15 of the second period, Rangers forward Chris Kreider blew past the Habs defender and was on a breakaway, but lost his balance as he shot the puck and slid skate-first into Price. The goalie stayed down for several seconds, clutching his right leg, and was visibly shaken when he got up. He remained in the game, but allowed two goals after that incident and left down 4-1. The final score was 7-2.

5/14/2014

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Carey Price

Habs' Price Allows One In Win

News: Carey Price stopped 29 of the 30 shots he faced in Wednesday's Game 7 win over the Bruins.
Analysis: Carey Price was excellent between the pipes, propelling the Canadiens to victory despite being outshot 30-18. He'll have to be stellar again in the Eastern Conference Finals if he wants to outduel Henrik Lundqvist and the Rangers.

5/12/2014

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Carey Price

Canadiens' Price Blanks Bruins

News: Carey Price stopped all 26 shots he faced in a shutout win over the Bruins in Monday's Game 6.
Analysis: Carey Price's shutout, his first of this postseason, helped force a Game 7 for Montreal.

5/10/2014

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Carey Price

Price Isn't Right For Habs

News: Carey Price made 26 saves for Montreal in a 4-2 loss to Boston on Saturday night.
Analysis: Carey Price needs to be the Habs' best player for them to win. He wasn't Saturday night. Yes, he was undone by his teammates early in the second when they took unneeded penalties -- the Bruins scored two man advantage markers in a 32 second span by the 1:36 mark of that frame. But he wasn't as sharp as in previous outings.

5/9/2014

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Carey Price

Habs' Price Outdueled In Game 4

News: Carey Price stopped 34 shots and took a shutout into overtime in Game 4 against the Bruins on Thursday, but Matt Fraser scored on him just 1:19 into the extra frame to send the Habs to a 1-0 loss.
Analysis: Despite the loss, this was arguably an even better goaltending performance than Carey Price's 48-save Game 1 win. He allowed a total of three goals in Games 3 and 4 at home, but now the series heads back to Boston, where Price was tagged for seven goals in the first two games.

5/6/2014

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Carey Price

Price, Canadiens Rebound In Game 3

News: Carey Price stopped 26 of 28 in Tuesday's victory over Boston, giving the Habs a 2-1 series lead.
Analysis: The series' shift to Montreal certainly benefited Carey Price, as he'd faced a combined 85 shots in the two games hosted by the Bruins. Back on home ice, the Habs' defense tightened up a bit, which was all Price needed. He's been a little spotty this postseason, but the Canadiens have been playing awfully well.

5/3/2014

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Carey Price

Habs Fall As Price Can't Hold Late Lead

News: The Bruins reached Carey Price for three third-period goals Saturday as the Canadiens faded late to drop a 5-3 decision in Game 2 of the teams' second-round playoff series. He allowed four goals on 34 shots (.882).
Analysis: On the surface, there's nothing wrong with a split of the first two games on the road. But the Habs will feel the wound of this loss deeply, as they had a 3-1 lead with under 10 minutes to play. Carey Price is a veteran who should be able to shake off the sting of this setback before the puck drops on Game 3 Tuesday.

5/2/2014

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Carey Price

Habs' Price Stops 48 In Game 1 Win

News: Carey Price was pummeled with 51 shots Thursday in Game 1 against Boston, but stopped 48 of them for a 4-3 double-overtime win.
Analysis: Five games into the playoffs, Carey Price and the Canadiens remain undefeated, but the Bruins are no pushovers -- they're sure to make this a long series.

4/23/2014

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Carey Price

Habs, Price Finish Off Sweep

News: Carey Price stopped 20 of 23 shots to lead the Canadiens to a Game 4 victory and a sweep of the Lightning on Tuesday.
Analysis: Carey Price coughed up a two-goal lead in this one before Max Pacioretty scored the game-winner and series-clincher with just 43 seconds left in the third period. The netminder was somewhat up-and-down during the four-game series, but managed to ride his offense to victories in each game.

4/23/2014

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Carey Price

Habs, Price Finish Off Sweep

News: Carey Price stopped 20 of 23 shots to lead the Canadiens to a Game 4 victory and a sweep of the Lightning on Tuesday.
Analysis: Carey Price coughed up a two-goal lead in this one before Max Pacioretty scored the game-winner and series-clincher with just 43 seconds left in the third period. The netminder was somewhat up-and-down during the four-game series, but managed to ride his offense to victories in each game.

4/20/2014

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Carey Price

Canadiens' Price Stops 27 In Win

News: Carey Price made 27 saves on 29 shots in a Game 3 win over the Lightning on Sunday.
Analysis: Carey Price was mediocre in Game 1, but he's been strong in the two games following that, and most importantly the Habs are up three games to none. It is safe to say Price and Montreal are headed to the next round.

4/20/2014

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Carey Price

Habs Go With Price For Game 3

News: Carey Price will start in net for the Canadiens in Game 3 on Sunday, John Lu of TSN Montreal reports.
Analysis: After a shaky performance in Game 1 where Carey Price allowed four goals on 25 shots, he gave up only one goal on 27 shots in Game 2. He will look to put up another solid performance on Sunday in the Canadiens first home game of the series.

4/18/2014

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Carey Price

Price Almost Perfect In Montreal Win

News: Carey Price allowed one goal on 27 shots in Friday's 4-1 win over Tampa Bay in Game 2 of their Atlantic Division semifinal series.
Analysis: The game was a marked improvement from Game 1 where Carey Price surrendered four goals on 25 shots. The Habs take a 2-0 series lead back to Montreal, where Price has been rather solid this season. Montreal is in complete control of this series and Price can make it a quick one if he gets into lockdown mode.

4/18/2014

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Carey Price

Habs Go With Price On Friday

News: Carey Price will be in net for the Canadiens on Friday, John Lu of TSN reports.
Analysis: Carey Price struggled in his first outing in the playoffs, allowing four goals on 25 shots, but was still able to escape with the win. He will look for a better performance in net in Game 2.

4/16/2014

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Carey Price

Habs' Price Stops 21 In Win

News: Carey Price allowed four goals on 25 shots in Wednesday's 5-4 OT win over the Lightning.
Analysis: Carey Price escaped with the win, but let the Lightning hang around all night, despite the Canadiens finishing with a 44-25 advantage in shots on goal. He's still the starter heading into Game 2, but keep an eye on whether his mistakes continue.

4/12/2014

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Carey Price

Habs' Price Pitches Shutout

News: Carey Price made 39 saves Saturday in a 1-0 win over the Rangers.
Analysis: He finishes the regular season with a 34-20-5 record and six shutouts. The Habs will go as far his postseason as he can carry them. And that could be a couple rounds.

4/12/2014

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Carey Price

Habs' Price In Net Saturday

News: Carey Price will be in net for the Canadiens on Saturday, Dave Stubbs of The Gazette reports.
Analysis: Carey Price will get his second straight start for the Canadiens as they gear up for a playoff run. Price will likely get the majority of the starts in the playoffs.

4/10/2014

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Carey Price

Habs' Price Solid In Loss

News: Carey Price stopped 28 of 30 shots Thursday, but took a 2-0 loss, as the Isles' Evgeni Nabokov was perfect on the other end.
Analysis: Tough one for Carey Price, but this was really just a playoff tuneup for him and the Habs, as they're locked into a playoff spot. Still, they would have liked to win this one against a bad Islanders team to help secure home-ice advantage.