Sidney Crosby was named the winner of the Hart Trophy as the NHL's MVP for 2013-14 and Tuukka Rask earned the Vezina as the top goaltender.
Every night during the playoffs, we will wrap up all the exciting action and tell you what you need to know about the 2013-14 Stanley Cup playoffs. Welcome to What You Need To Know.
Carey Price was back on the ice in full pads for the first time since he was injured in Game 1 of the Western Conference Final. If Habs can extend the series, might Price return sooner?
Martin St. Louis was in all alone on Dustin Tokarski late in the second period of Game 4 but the rookie goalie bested the veteran with a great glove save.
Dustin Tokarski was solid enough in place of the injured Carey Price in Game 2 that Canadiens coach Michel Therrien is turning back to him for Game 3.
The mayors of Montreal and New York have a friendly bet on the Rangers-Canadiens series, one with big stakes: The loser has to declare the winning city's bagels to be superior.
Dustin Tokarski started in place of injured Carey Price for the Canadiens on Monday but it didn't much matter as they only scored one goal on Henrik Lundqvist.
Montreal was all over the Rangers to start Game 2 and the Canadiens gave rookie goalie Dustin Tokarski an early lead. The Rangers got the goal right back just 17 seconds later.
After missing six weeks with a knee injury, Alex Galchenyuk returned to the Canadiens lineup for Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals.
Michel Therrien will go to Dustin Tokarski, the 24-year-old rookie, to replace Carey Price in net to start Game 2 against the Rangers.

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