Carey Price G MON 2 days ago

Price allowed six goals on 24 shots in Sunday's Game 2 loss to the Lightning.

Easily the worst outing of the playoffs for Price, as he had mostly carried his brilliant regular season into the postseason to this point. The Bolts have given him fits all season long as he's 0-5-2 with 24 goals allowed in seven starts, but he'll need to figure out it quickly to keep Montreal in the series.

Carey Price G MON 3 days ago

Price will get the nod between the pipes for Sunday's game against the Lightning, John Lu of the TSN Montreal Bureau reports.

Price has been playing at the top of his game recently, and Game 2 figures to be more of the same. He will look to get the win Sunday, something he couldn't do against Tampa Bay in Game 1.

Carey Price G MON 4 days ago

Price stopped 33 of 35 shots in Friday's Game 1 double-overtime loss to the Lightning.

An outstanding performance from Price, but he was outdueled by Ben Bishop, who stopped 43 of 44 shots. That's back-to-back great outings for Price, who stopped all 43 shots he faced in Sunday's first-round Game 6 win over the Senators. Price, who owns a .940 save percentage in the playoffs, is at the top of his game right now, so we're likely to see a great goalie duel between Bishop and Price in Round 2.

Carey Price G MON 5 days ago

Price led his team onto the ice for pregame warmups, and will be between the pipes for Friday's Game 1 against Tampa Bay.

Price will look to carry the momentum from his outstanding performance in Round 1 of the playoffs, in which he posted a 1.94 GAA and a .939 save percentage through six games against the Senators, into Round 2 against Tampa Bay. The Vezina Trophy finalist will face a much more formidable offensive opponent in Round 2, however, as Tampa Bay led the league in average goals scored per game in the regular season. The Habs will continue to lean on Price throughout their playoff run.

Carey Price G MON 1 week ago

Price stopped all 43 shots he faced in Sunday's series-clinching Game 6 win over the Senators.

Price was sensational Sunday as he withstood a late Senators attack to help clinch the series and send the Habs into the second round. Aside from Game 5's five-goal outing, Price has continued his regular season excellence into the postseason as he's posted a 1.94 GAA and .939 save percentage through six games. He's as reliable as they come and figures to remain as one of the top, if not the very best, options for the duration of the playoffs.

Carey Price G MON 1 week ago

Price will start in net for Game 6 against the Senators.

Price - who will likely be taking home the Vezina hardware - is really the only logical choice in net for the Canadiens at this point. He wasn't great in his last outing, allowing five goals on 25 shots, but remains one of the best goaltenders in the league. He'll start between the pipes again Sunday as the team looks to close out the series against the Senators.

Carey Price G MON 2 weeks ago

Price gave up five goals on 25 shots in Friday's Game 5 loss to the Senators.

Not a good showing from Price, who failed to help Montreal close out their series against Ottawa. With the Sens having won two straight games and the series now 3-2 in favor of the Canadiens, Price and the Habs could be in some trouble. Aside from Game 5, the 27-year-old goaltender has been excellent this postseason, posting a .923 save percentage, so if he can turn in a great outing Sunday, the Habs could eliminate Ottawa in six games and move on to the second round.

Carey Price G MON 2 weeks ago

Price will be in the crease for Friday's Game 5 against Ottawa, Stu Cowan of The Montreal Gazette reports.

The Vezina Trophy finalist will look to build on his excellent Game 4 performance, in which he turned away 31 of the 32 shots he faced. Price and the Canadiens' will look to close out their series with the Senators on home ice in Game 5 on Friday.

Carey Price G MON 2 weeks ago

Price Stopped 31 of the 32 shots he faced in Wednesday's 1-0 loss to the Senators.

The Canadiens can't ask for much more than they got out of Price on Wednesday, so he'll be back in the crease for Game 5 in Montreal as well. The Habs now have a 3-1 series lead over Ottawa, and will look to close out on home ice.

Carey Price G MON 2 weeks ago

Price is slated to start Wednesday's Game 4 against Ottawa.

Price -- who has carved out a 1.88 postseason GAA to go along with a .939 save percentage thus far -- will square off against Craig Anderson on Wednesday, as the Habs try to close out their opening round series with the Sens. After starting 66 regular season games this past season, Price could probably benefit from a few extra days in between series, in the event that Montreal completes a sweep on Wednesday.