Price was voted the best goalie in the NHLPA player poll.
Price was overwhelmingly selected by his peers as the best goalie with 41.55 percent of the vote. The next closest player was Andrei Vasilevskiy at 17.09 percent. With 11 games left in the regular season, the 32-year-old Price would normally be a sure bet to reach the 30-win mark for the sixth time in his career, but those games may never get played. Depending on how the league formats a playoff scenario, the British Columbia native may need to be ready to play again this year.
Price allowed four goals on 36 shots in a 4-2 loss to the Predators on Tuesday.
It hasn't been a very good season for Price, and it's getting worse. Since shutting out the Senators on Feb. 22, Price is 1-3-1 with an .879 save percentage. He hasn't been pulled or given up five goals in a game, but he's yielded four goals in four of his last five appearances. Price leads goaltenders in minutes and goals allowed. He is 27-25-6 with a 2.79 GAA and .909 save percentage in 58 games this season.
Price will guard the home goal during Tuesday's matchup with Nashville, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports.
Price struggled in his last start Thursday against Tampa Bay, surrendering four goals on just 23 shots en route to an ugly 4-0 road loss. The 32-year-old backstop will attempt to bounce back at home in a matchup with a Predators squad that's averaging 3.24 goals per game on the road this campaign, fourth most in the NHL.
Price made 19 saves Thursday in a 4-0 loss to the Lightning.
Neither Price nor the Habs were ready to start the game. Victor Hedman scored at the 49-second mark of the first period and the Lightning never looked back. Chalk it up to a tough matchup and leave it at that.
Price will start in net Thursday against the Lightning, Jean-Francois Chaumont of Le Journal de Montreal reports.
Price will make his second consecutive start for the Habs after getting back on track in his last outing to pick up his 27th victory of the campaign. He'll need to be on top of his game Thursday to record No. 28 versus a Lightning squad that averages a league-best 3.85 goals per game on home ice.
Price turned aside 20 shots in Tuesday's 6-2 win over the Islanders.
The veteran netminder took a shutout bid into the third period before getting beaten by Brock Nelson, ending the only real suspense in a game the Habs led 3-0 after the first frame. Price is 3-1-1 over his last five starts, and on the season he sports a 2.75 GAA and .910 save percentage.
Price will start between the pipes in Tuesday's road matchup with the Islanders, Stu Cowan of the Montreal Gazette reports.
Price has struggled recently, suffering back-to-back home losses to the Canucks and Rangers while posting a sub-par 3.99 GAA and .882 save percentage. He'll attempt to get back on track in a road matchup with a slumping Islanders squad that's lost three straight games.
Price made 30 saves in a 5-2 loss to the Rangers on Thursday night. He allowed four goals.
Price has allowed eight snipes in his last two games, a tally that can't continue for the Habs to have any chance at the postseason. Fantasy owners have little recourse but to trot him out despite the struggles, considering his draft status.
Price will get the starting nod at home versus the Rangers on Thursday.
Price will be making his 11th straight appearance between the pipes, having posted a 4-4-2 record and 2.69 GAA in his previous 10 outings. The veteran netminder continues to carry the workload despite the Habs being nine points out of a playoff spot with just 17 games left. At some point, Charlie Lindgren should get a look in the crease if only to give Price a night off and avoid an injury.
Price allowed four goals on 34 shots during Tuesday's 4-3 overtime loss to Vancouver.
Following Tuesday's defeat in extra time, Price's 2019-20 record stands at 26-22-6. Montreal's star netminder figures to see a heavy workload down the stretch of the regular season, but Price's performances have been up and down so far this campaign, limiting his fantasy value.
Price will get the home start against the Canucks on Tuesday, Pat Hickey of the Montreal Gazette reports.
The Canadiens were sellers at the deadline, but they still have their top-six forwards, save for Ilya Kovalchuk, and blue line intact. Although they're looking toward the future, Price's workhorse status looks like it's still in place, as the veteran netminder will make his 10th straight start. He's been solid in February, too, posting a 5-5-1 record and .920 save percentage, and the Canucks are coming to town off a 9-3 win over the Bruins.
Price made 30 saves Saturday in a 3-0 win over Ottawa.
Price has struggled of late -- he's 2-4-1 in his last six games. The two wins have come in his last two outings. Price needs to be at the top of his game for the Habs to have any shot at the postseason, so this was a good start.
Price will patrol the crease during Saturday's road game versus the Senators, Arpon Basu of The Athletic reports.
Price had a strong showing in his last start, stopping 29 of 32 shots en route to an impressive 4-3 road victory over the Capitals on Thursday. He'll attempt to pick up his 26th win of the season in a road matchup with an Ottawa team that's gone 15-12-6 at home this year.
Price allowed three goals on 32 shots in Thursday's 4-3 overtime victory over the Capitals.
Price was solid all night, stopping 29 of 31 shots before allowing a game-tying goal with just 20 seconds remaining in regulation. Fortunately, he didn't need to do anything in the overtime period before his team scored a quick goal to seal things up. It was Price's first win since Feb. 8 and his first road victory since Jan. 30. The 32-year-old netminder owns a 2.76 GAA and .910 save percentage.
Price will patrol the crease during Thursday's road clash with the Capitals, Eric Engels of Sportsnet.ca reports.
Price has been awful recently, suffering five straight losses while posting a sub-par 3.42 GAA and .886 save percentage. The 32-year-old netminder will attempt to snap his lengthy losing streak in a road matchup with a Washington club that's averaging 3.41 goals per game at home this campaign, eighth in the NHL.
Price allowed four goals on 25 shots in a 4-3 loss to Detroit on Tuesday.
Montreal, backstopped by Price, appeared on its way to victory before the Red Wings scored three unanswered goals in the third period to hand Price a fifth straight loss. Price is on pace for his first 30-loss campaign. Still technically alive in the East's playoff race, Montreal is likely to go with Price for most every game, but once eliminated, it's likely that the young netminders behind him will see more starts at the top level.
Price will get the road start against the Red Wings on Tuesday, Dana Wakiji of the Red Wings' official site reports.
Price has endured a rough stretch with four straight losses and an .895 save percentage, but all those games were against playoff contenders. Things should be different Tuesday against the lowly Red Wings, who rank last in the league with a mere 2.03 goals per home game.
Price made 22 saves Saturday in a 4-3 overtime loss to Dallas.
The Canadiens grabbed a 3-0 lead, but the Stars woke up in the second and ultimately scored four unanswered snipes. Price hasn't won since Feb. 8 and has lost four games this week. The Habs are losing sight of the playoffs pretty fast. Price needs to step up his game for them to have any chance at a wild card.
Price will start Saturday's home game versus Dallas, Arpon Basu of The Athletic reports.
Price will start back-to-back games, again. He's lost his last three starts but is always liable to steal a victory for Montreal on his own. He'll be in tough trying to do so against a Stars team that has won its last three contests.
Price made 24 saves in Friday's 4-1 loss to the Penguins.
Pittsburgh's final goal was scored into an empty net. After a scoreless first period, Price's luck ran out as Sidney Crosby helped set up three Pens tallies in the second. The veteran netminder has lost three straight starts, and on the season he's 24-21-4 with a 2.71 GAA and .912 save percentage.
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