Carey Price G MON 6 Hrs

Price is on track to start Tuesday's game against the Red Wings, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports.

Price has been a little lucky this season, winning four games despite owning a 3.38 GAA -- the 38th best mark in the league. He will likely need to be sharp to pick up the victory Tuesday with the Canadiens taking on a Red Wings team that has given up just 1.40 goals per game through five contests.

Carey Price G MON 2 Days

Price stopped 32 of 34 shots in Saturday night's 3-2 win over the Avalanche.

The two goals are the fewest Price has allowed in five starts. He entered the game with a 3.75 goals-against average and an .874 save percentage.

Carey Price G MON 4 Days

Price will be in goal Saturday against the Avalanche, Marc Antoine Godin of the Montreal Gazette reports.

Price will have the luxury of matching up against an Avalanche team missing both of its top two goalies, with Semyon Varlamov (groin) and Reto Berra (neck) both unexpected to be available. With a 3.75 GAA and .874 over his four starts, Price has been less than stellar this season, but he still carries a 3-1 record thanks to some timely offense from his mates.

Carey Price G MON 5 Days

Price was tagged for four goals on 29 shots Thursday against the Bruins, but his teammates supported him to a 6-4 win.

Price is off to an odd start to the year, as he's been far from sharp -- 14 goals and an .874 save mark in four games -- and yet he's been rewarded with three wins. Expect the 27-year-old to get his game together soon, and expect the Montreal offense to remain supportive.

Carey Price G MON 5 Days

Price will be in the net Thursday against the Bruins.

Price is looking to rebound after a rough showing Monday against the Bolts, in which he allowed four goals on 19 shots before he was removed after two periods. The Bruins have struggled to find the net in the early stages of the season, but still represent an imposing adversary for Price and the Habs.

Carey Price G MON 8 Days

Price allowed four goals on just 19 shots in Sunday's road loss to the Lightning. He was also replaced after two periods by backup Dustin Tokarski.

After starting the season 2-0 with wins at Toronto and Philadelphia, Price was victimized by none other than sniper Steven Stamkos -- who not only scored his first goal of the season at Price's expense, but his second and third as well. Of course, we don't need to tell you that this is simply a one-off for one of the game's premier netminders, so look for Price to bounce back in a big way in Thursday's home opener at the Bell Centre against rival Boston.

Carey Price G MON 8 Days

Price will start in net Monday against the Lightning, Marc Antoine Godin of La Presse reports.

Price has allowed six goals through two games, but is 2-0-0 thanks to some solid goal support from his teammates. He'll get the call again Monday in Tampa Bay.

Carey Price G MON 10 Days

Price stopped 29 of 32 shots in Saturday night's come-from-behind, 4-3 win over the Flyers.

Price was victimized by the defense for two first-period goals and gave up a power-play marker early in the second while P.K. Subban was in the box, but overall was sharp. The early stats may not indicate it -- .898 save percentage and six goals allowed -- but Price is worth it. We presume he'll be tending the net when Montreal faces off Monday against Tampa Bay.

Carey Price G MON 11 Days

Price will be back in goal Saturday against the Flyers, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports.

After ceding Thursday's start to Dustin Tokarski, Price will predictably reenter the crease for the Habs. Price struggled in his first outing of the season Wednesday against Toronto, but it probably won't be long before he returns to dominant form.

Carey Price G MON 13 Days

Price allowed three goals on 27 shots in Wednesday's win over the Maple Leafs.

Price didn't have his best performance Wednesday, but after a strong showing in the preseason, there's no reason for alarm for fantasy owners. Backup netminder Dustin Tokarski will get the start Thursday against the Capitals, but that's pretty standard procedure for teams with games on back-to-back nights.