Carey Price

#31 G / Montreal Canadiens / EXP: 14YRS Height: 6-3 Weight: 216 lb Age: 34 College: None

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    Canadiens' Carey Price: Undergoes knee surgery

    Carey Price underwent successful knee surgery Friday and is expected to be ready for the start of the 2021-22 season.Price's knee issue may have been part of the reason the Kraken elected not to take him in the Expansion Draft, but it appears he'll be ready to go on Opening Night next season. The veteran netminder was tremendous in the playoffs, leading Montreal to the Stanley Cup Final with a 2.28 GAA and a .924 save percentage in 22 appearances. He'll look to build on that momentum next season and improve on the lackluster .901 save percentage and 2.64 GAA he posted during 2020-21. Price is expected to face a 10-12 week recovery.

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    Canadiens' Carey Price: Facing 6-8 week absence

    Carey Price (knee) is expected to be sidelined for 6-8 weeks, though that timeline remains uncertain according to general manager Marc Bergevin, Mike Zeisberger of reports.Based on that timeline, Price could be ready in time for the start of preseason action, which would be a significant boost for the Habs and fantasy players alike. The 33-year-old veteran logged just 25 regular-season contests this year in which he posted a 12-7-5 record and 2.64 GAA and one shutout. In the postseason, the netminder produced significantly better numbers as he went 13-9 with a 2.28 GAA in 22 games on his way to the Stanley Cup Final.

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    Canadiens' Carey Price: Not selected by Kraken

    Carey Price (knee) will not be selected by Seattle in Wednesday night's Expansion Draft, Pierre LeBrun of The Athletic reports.There was speculation that Price would be selected by the Kraken primarily due to his immense marketability, but the veteran netminder's questionable health and massive $10.5 million annual salary evidently were enough to make the NHL's latest expansion franchise steer clear. Price is set to visit a specialist in New York this week regarding knee and hip injuries, so his outlook for the 2021-22 campaign should become clearer in the coming days.

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    Canadiens' Carey Price: Slated to visit doctor

    Carey Price will visit a doctor in New York this week regarding knee and hip issues, Pierre LeBrun of The Athletic reports.Price waived the no-movement clause in his contract recently and is available to the Kraken in Wednesday's Expansion Draft as a result. While there's hope that his injuries aren't serious, the knee issue could reportedly lead to surgery. The 33-year-old netminder will be an appealing player for Seattle to consider Wednesday after he helped lead Montreal to the Stanley Cup Final this year, but his health could be a concern heading into the draft.

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    Canadiens' Carey Price: Falls short in Game 5

    Carey Price allowed one goal on 30 shots in Wednesday's 1-0 loss to the Lightning in Game 5.After a puck battle, Ryan McDonagh sent a pass for David Savard, who set up Ross Colton for a tap-in at the front of the net. Price didn't allow another goal, but his teammates were unable to find an equalizer as the Montreal Canadiens came up three wins short of the Stanley Cup. For his part, Price was excellent in the playoffs. He had a 13-9 record with a .924 save percentage in 22 contests.

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    Canadiens' Carey Price: Looking to extend series

    Carey Price will defend the blue paint for Game 5 versus the Lighting on the road Wednesday, John Lu of reports.Price is coming off a stellar Game 4 performance in which he posted a .941 save percentage and 1.90 GAA while facing 34 shots. In the postseason, Price is 4-0 when facing elimination but will have to make that record 7-0 in order to deprive the Lightning of back-to-back championships.

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    Canadiens' Carey Price: Staves off elimination Monday

    Carey Price was fantastic in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Finals against Tampa Bay on Monday, turning aside 32 of 34 shots in a 3-2 overtime victory.Price was especially solid at the end of the third period and the start of overtime, standing firm in the face of a four-minute Tampa Bay power play. With the victory -- his 13th of the postseason -- Price and the Montreal Canadiens will now travel to Tampa Bay to face elimination again in Game 5 on Wednesday.

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    Canadiens' Carey Price: Struggles again in Game 3

    Carey Price allowed five goals on 29 shots in Friday's 6-3 loss to the Lightning in Game 3. The sixth goal was an empty-netter.Price has now yielded 13 goals in three games, which has the Montreal Canadiens staring down a 3-0 deficit in the series. The 33-year-old didn't have the best rebound control Friday, as two of the goals saw him only get a piece of the shot. Price is still likely to start Monday's Game 4, but the Lightning have to be heavy favorites in that contest, which makes Price a risky fantasy option.

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    Canadiens' Carey Price: Tending twine Friday

    Carey Price will be between the pipes for Game 3's home clash with Tampa Bay, John Lu of reports.Entering the Stanley Cup Finals, Price was sporting a 2.02 GAA and.934 save percentage but has struggled against the Lightning, posting a 4.06 GAA and subpar .840 save percentage through the first two games. It will likely take a superhuman performance from Price, starting with Game 3, to turn the tide of the series and stop Tampa Bay from repeating as champions.

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    Canadiens' Carey Price: Falls again in Game 2

    Carey Price allowed three goals on 23 shots in a 3-1 loss to Tampa Bay in Game 2 on Wednesday.Price was locked in a scoreless tie with counterpart Andrei Vasilevskiy until Tampa Bay's Anthony Cirelli wristed a shot from the point that found its way past Price less than seven minutes into the second period. The Lightning took the lead on a diving goal by Blake Coleman with three-tenths of a second left in the frame, and Ondrej Palat sealed the deal late in the third after a Montreal turnover. After a dazzling performance through the first three rounds of the postseason, Price has crashed back to earth with eight goals allowed in the first two games of the Stanley Cup Finals. He'll need to regain his form beginning in Game 3 on Friday if Montreal has any hope of climbing back into the series.

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