Carey Price RUMORS & NEWS

  • Price (knee) won’t start skating ’til mid-August

    Pro Hockey Talk "The good news for Carey Price is that he hasn’t — and won’t — require surgery on his hyperextended knee. The bad news, however, is that he’s going to be off ice for a while longer. “I was lucky and unlucky at the same time,” Price said of his season-ending injury, per the Tri-City Herald...." July 31

  • Canadiens’ Price out for rest of Eastern final

    Sportsnet.ca "Montreal Canadiens goalie Carey Price will miss the remainder of the Eastern Conference final, Michel Therrien announced on Monday. The Canadiens were down 2-0 early in the second period of Game 1 Saturday when Chris Kreider went in on a breakaway, missed the net with his shot, lost his..." May 19

  • Habs without Price, Markov and Emelin in Chicago

    Montreal Gazette "The Canadiens’ charter to Chicago on Tuesday was missing a few more passengers than usual. Six players stayed behind in Montreal, including goaltender Carey Price and defencemen Andrei Markov and Alexei Emelin, who were given a chance to rest with the team playing back-to-back games Wednesday..." April 09

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    Canadiens Montréal @CanadiensMTL

    Michel Therrien just confirmed that Carey Price will not accompany the team to Buffalo. He will be given the day off to rest.

  • Habs’ Price will be back in goal against Senators

    Hockey Inside/Out "Here’s the best news Canadiens fans have received in a while: Carey Price will be back in goal Saturday night at the Bell Centre against the Ottawa Senators (7 p.m., CBC, RDS, TSN Radio 690). Price has missed the last eight games after suffering a lower-body injury at the Sochi Olympics. The..." March 15

  • Habs goalie Price won’t be ready to face Bruins

    Montreal Gazette "Michel Therrien was being secretive about who will be in his lineup for Wednesday night’s game against the Boston Bruins at the Bell Centre (7:30 p.m., TSN-HABS, RDS, TSN Radio 690), but he did concede that goaltender Carey Price will miss his eighth consecutive game. “Maybe Saturday,” Therrien..." March 12

  • Canadiens' Price won't return against Bruins

    NHL.com "Goaltender Carey Price will not be in the Montreal Canadiens net when they face the Boston Bruins on Wednesday, coach Michel Therrien announced Tuesday. It will be the eighth straight game Price has missed since returning from the 2014 Sochi Olympics, where he helped Canada win a second..." March 11

  • Carey Price takes shots in practice, could be nearing return

    CBSSports.com "The Montreal Canadiens are in quite a race in the Atlantic Division. It sure would help to have their No. 1 goalie back in action. That's why there's much excitement from the organization as Carey Price took shots in practice for the first time since succumbing to a lower-body injury after..." March 11

  • Price ‘making progress’ on lower-body injury

    Montreal Gazette "Injured Canadiens goaltender Carey Price made a brief appearance on the ice Tuesday and he shed some light on the lower-body injury that has sidelined him since he returned from the Sochi Olympics. “I’m making a progress,” Price told the media after he spent 15 minutes on the ice during an..." March 05

  • Carey Price suffers injury, out next 2 games

    CBC Sports "Goalie Carey Price left early from his first practice back with the Montreal Canadiens on Monday, and will not play the next two games, the team later revealed. Price, 25, just returned to the team Monday after helping lead Canada to gold at the Sochi Olympics. Coach Michel Therrien said..." February 26

  • Carey Price starting for Canada in medal round; Kunitz back with Crosby

    Yahoo! Sports "Carey Price of the Montreal Canadiens will have the crease for Team Canada as they open the Sochi Olympic medal round against the winner of Switerzland and Latvia on Wednesday. Coach Mike Babcock confirmed that Price will get the nod. Price is 2-0-0 with a 0.98 GAA and a .943 save percentage,..." February 18

  • Carey Price to start first game for Canada, Roberto Luongo second

    CBSSports.com "Sticking true to his word, Canada coach Mike Babcock will split his goalie starts in the first two games. Carey Price will open against Norway on Thursday and 2010 goalie Roberto Luongo will face Austria on Saturday. This has been the plan for Canada for a while, to give each of the top two..." February 12

  • Price vs. Luongo: ‘We’re not teammates yet’

    Sportsnet.ca "Canadian fans will get another look at their top two Olympic netminders heading into the break when Carey Price and Roberto Luongo face off Thursday night in Montreal on Sportsnet Pacific (7:30 p.m. ET). “We’re not teammates yet,” Price told reporters when asked if it was special to go..." February 06

  • Price is on his game

    Montreal Gazette "Carey Price ambled out of the Laval-sur-le-Lac clubhouse a month and a half ago shuffling up onto a riser and into a spotlight in which he lives his professional life. “Everybody is really excited to get this year going. I don’t think anybody feels added pressure at all” Price said before the..." October 16

  • Habs' Price shuts out Jets 3-0 in Manitoba

    Montreal Gazette "Brandon Prust and P.K. Subban scored first-period goals and Daniel Brière added an empty-netter while Carey Price did the rest as the Canadiens defeated the Winnipeg Jets 3-0 Tuesday night at the MTS Centre. It was the third consecutive win for the Canadiens who finished their Western Canada road..." October 16

  • Tale of two goalies, a dribble and a masterclass

    Vancouver Province "Canada’s starting goalie at the Winter Olympics will be determined by a number of factors and given we still have three months to go before the momentous decision is reached it figures the number of hideous nightmarish goals scored on one of the candidates in head-to-head competition won’t move..." October 13

  • Therrien: 'No doubt' Price, Desharnais can bounce back

    TSN.ca "With training camp under a month away Canadiens coach Michel Therrien took time to talk to TSN 690 about the team's key players and off-season additions. The second–year bench boss shared his thoughts and expectations for the upcoming season on P.K. Subban David Desharnais Carey Price and George..." August 14

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    Dave Stubbs @Dave_Stubbs

    #Habs Price's injury is second-grade MCL sprain of left knee. No surgery required, he'll rehab in Montreal before heading west

  • Habs' Carey Price done for series, Peter Budaj will start game 5

    TSN.ca "Peter Budaj will the start in goal tonight when the Montreal Canadiens host the Ottawa Senators in Game 5 of their Eastern Conference quarterfinal series. The club announced that goaltender Carey Price, who suffered a lower body injury at the end of regulation in Game 4, will be out for the..." May 09

  • Habs' Carey Price questionable for Game 5

    CBC Sports "The Montreal Canadiens could be minus starting goalie Carey Price when they face Stanley Cup playoff elimination Thursday night on home ice. Price appeared to hurt either his left groin or leg on Cory Conacher’s tying goal with 23 seconds left in regulation that forced overtime Tuesday night in..." May 08

  • For Canadiens’ Carey Price, time — and calories — fly by

    Montreal Gazette "So by a large margin, Carey Price still trails New Jersey’s Martin Brodeur in the National Hockey League goaltenders’ all-time scoring race. But for a heartbeat Monday night, the Bell Centre crowd screaming “Shooooot!” Price had designs on bagging his first goal in the 300th game of his NHL..." April 03

  • Price makes 42 saves to calm 'Canes

    Montreal Gazette "Carey Price was back in top form, making 42 saves as the Canadiens rallied in the third period to defeat the Carolina Hurricanes 4-2 Thursday night at PNC Arena. Lars Eller snapped a 2-2 tie when he went to the net and converted a pass from Josh Gorges at 6:11. Eller also collected an assist on..." March 08

  • Carey Price emotional during workout

    Montreal Gazette "After being beaten several times in succession during a shootout drill, Price took out his frustration on the goalposts, delivering three or four whacks before his stick broke. He then grabbed a new stick and, over the next five minutes, he surrendered only one goal. There were only seven..." March 07

  • 'It never should have gone in': Carey Price

    Montreal Gazette "Carey Price said the Canadiens played their best game of the season Monday night, but he didn’t include himself in that assessment after the Ottawa Senators posted a 2-1 shootout at Scotiabank Place. “It was just a bad goal,” Price said of a shot by Dave Dziurzynski at 6:49 of the second..." February 26

  • Carey Price - Game One Review

    Habs Eyes On The Prize "Anybody familiar with the EOTP community knows that I have an ongoing shot quality project which has taken the majority of my time and minimized my contributions to mostly the comments section of this community. I have asserted for a long time that save percentage is an extremely flawed stat..." January 21

  • Carey Price faces greatest pressure yet next season

    Pro Hockey Talk "After braving the challenge of easing the loss of playoff hero Jaroslav Halak, Carey Price now must justify his massive six-year, $39 million contract. That's a lot for any goalie in any town to stomach, but Price will face even more heat since he's the No. 1 goalie for the Montreal Canadiens. So..." July 17

  • Contract updates on Subban, Price

    Hockey Inside/Out "Don Meehan, head of the hockey agency Newport Sports Management, tells Hockey Inside/Out that talks between restricted free-agent client P.K. Subban and the Canadiens for a new contract should begin next week. And while there's been plenty of heat regarding what some believe is an imminent..." June 29

  • Roberto Luongo situation could be a lesson for Canadiens' Carey Price negotiations

    Montreal Gazette "While the light shines on teams still playing, several National Hockey League general managers are keeping an eye on the Vancouver Canucks "situation". It involves Roberto Luongo admitting he's willing to waive his no-trade clause, even though a decade remains on his 12-year, $64-million..." April 30

  • A rose by any other name is a concussion

    Montreal Gazette "There is a word so frightening that people in the National Hockey League are reluctant to say it aloud. Consider this bit of fancy skating around the issue when Canadiens head coach Randy Cunneyworth provided an update on the health of franchise goaltender Carey Price. "He's experiencing a..." April 04

  • Price wasn't right: he was short two bits

    Montreal Gazette "Because the Internet can be woefully out of date, and because Canadiens goaltender Carey Price can go for a Friday afternoon drive from his South Shore home to the West Island without calling ahead, one woman's world can pretty much be turned upside down. So it is that Sylvie Brunet, owner of..." March 21

  • Mathieu Garon outplays Carey Price

    Montreal Gazette "On a night when the goaltending dominated the play. Mathieu Garon was a shade better than Carey Price. Garon, who was once the Canadiens' goaltender of the future, stopped 23 shots Tuesday night to lead the Tampa Bay Lightning to a 2-1 win over the Canadiens at the Tampa Bay Times..." February 29

  • Carey Price gets second straight shutout as Canadiens beat Rangers

    Montreal Gazette "Carey Price needed only 17 saves to register his second consecutive shutout as the Canadiens blanked the New York Rangers 4-0 Saturday night at the Bell Centre. The Canadiens won the special teams battle with Erik Cole and Tomas Plekanec scoring power-play goals while the Canadiens' penalty..." November 20

  • Canadiens' Carey Price will be wearing pink for breast cancer awareness month

    Montreal Gazette "Carey Price will be sporting some new gear this month as he supports the fight against breast cancer and gives a nod to his First Nations heritage. This is breast cancer awareness month and Price will do his part by wearing goalie pads with pink trim and a pink goalie mask. "It's a good..." October 13

  • Montreal Canadiens' win over Winnipeg Jets special to netminder Carey Price

    Montreal Gazette "A win is a win, but Canadiens goaltender Carey Price said Sunday's 5-1 victory over the Winnipeg Jets was special. "The most important thing is to get the win, but it was extra sweet to come in and spoil their party," Price said. The game marked the return of the National Hockey League to..." October 10

  • Carey Price will have to adapt to Bell Centre's new glass

    Montreal Gazette "The learning curve continues for Carey Price. As in, learning the curvature of new, partitioned glass soon to be installed at the Bell Centre that might dramatically complicate the Canadiens goaltender's life. The terrifying hit on Habs forward Max Pacioretty by Boston Bruins captain Zdeno..." September 15

  • 'We can be proud,' Price says

    Montreal Gazette "What do you say? Best of nine? Or is the taste so bitter that you've seen enough of the Boston Bruins until next autumn? Just like that, 89 games of highs and lows, the Canadiens are done. No more no-tomorrows. A 4-3 overtime loss to the Bruins has ended the real hockey season in..." April 29

  • We battled to the end, Price says

    Montreal Gazette "Carey Price has learned one thing about overtime goals – they are seldom pretty. And that was the case Wednesday night when Nathan Horton scored at 5:43 of overtime to give the Boston Bruins a 4-3 win over the Canadiens in the deciding game of their Eastern Conference quarter-final..." April 28

  • Price, teammates block lots of rubber

    Montreal Gazette "Carey Price stopped 31 shots to beat the Boston Bruins 2-1 Tuesday night, but he'll be the first to tell you the shots on goal were only part of the story. "I tried to play a strong technical game, but you have to look at all the shots the guys blocked tonight," Price said as the Canadiens..." April 27

  • Canadiens have to 'cowboy up and do it,' Carey Price says

    Montreal Gazette "Carey Price has gone over his performance in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinals and says he wouldn't do anything different if he had a chance to play it again. "I felt good about my game," said Price, who was on the losing end of a 5-4 count in overtime Thursday night. "I played the..." April 23

  • Canadiens weren't focused, Price says

    Montreal Gazette "Carey Price said the Canadiens were loose going into Game 3 of their playoff series against the Boston Bruins. Maybe too loose. "I don't think we were focused enough to start the game," Price said after the Canadiens dropped a 4-2 decision Monday night at the Bell Centre. "I think it all..." April 19

  • Canadiens' brass backs right horse

    Montreal Gazette "Greg Millen was left shaking his head after Carey Price made two spectacular saves on Toronto's Phil Kessel in the final game of the regular season. "He's been doing that all year," said Millen, a former National Hockey League goaltender who works as an analyst for Hockey Night in Canada. "He..." April 17

  • Bruins want to crowd Price's net

    Montreal Gazette "Pierre Ouellette was standing outside Ristuccia Arena Friday at noon, basking in the warm rays of suburban Boston shortly before a handful of Canadiens would skate. Steamer, as the Habs' assistant equipment manager is known to all, was happy to chat, if he officially was unavailable for..." April 16

  • Perfect Price

    Montreal Gazette "You can't precisely say that Canadiens goaltender Carey Price raised his game to another level Thursday night. At some point, where do you establish the level you'll use for the sake of comparison? Price and his Canadiens – and make no mistake, they are his Canadiens – have taken home-ice..." April 16

  • Price has earned respect

    Montreal Gazette "Michael Cammalleri says the seeds of Carey Price's strong comeback this season were sown last spring when Jaroslav Halak was leading the Canadiens to the Eastern Conference final. "He handled that situation with a lot of maturity," Cammalleri said prior to Thursday's Game 1 of the Eastern..." April 15

  • Price was on the money

    Boston Globe "Montreal goaltender Carey Price termed it the perfect road game. The Canadiens managed to get the drop on the Bruins in the opener of the best-of-seven Eastern Conference quarterfinals, earning a 2-0 decision last night. The Habs' defense was sharp, the forwards were opportunistic, and Price..." April 15

  • Carey Price's right in Game 1

    Boston Herald "Anyone expecting the Bruins to trample over Montreal as they did in the Canadiens' last two trips to the Garden had a very cold bucket of reality dumped on them last night. In Game 1 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinals on Causeway Street, the Canadiens scored in the opening minutes and then..." April 15

  • Carey Price predicts a "good series" against the Bruins

    Montreal Gazette "The Canadiens won't have much time to savour their season-ending win over the Toronto Maple Leafs. They have a day off Sunday but they'll be back on the ice Monday morning to begin preparing for their first-round Stanley Cup playoff series against the Boston Bruins. While the official schedule..." April 10

  • Carey Price sets new Habs benchmark

    Montreal Gazette "Quietly, with no fanfare at all, Carey Price played his way into the Canadiens' record books Tuesday. The 23-year-old goaltender moved past Gerry McNeil and Jacques Plante when he appeared in his 71st game of the season, eclipsing the 70-game campaigns of the late McNeil, achieved in 1950-51..." April 08

  • Habs' Price isn't right for Hart Trophy

    Montreal Gazette "It is that time of the season when people in all of the NHL cities will be asked to submit their choices for individual awards. None is likely to be more interesting than what promises to be a close race for the Hart Trophy. Which player do you expect will be named the league's most valuable..." March 20

  • Goals not Price's fault, Martin says

    Montreal Gazette "When Canadiens coach Jacques Martin gave the hook to starting goaltender Carey Price on Friday, he was invoking the hockey equivalent of the mercy rule. Price gave up five goals on 12 shots but Martin was quick to grant him absolution after the Canadiens dropped a 6-3 decision to the New York..." March 19