Just jot that point down on Carey Price’s stat card tonight.
The defenceman left after being hit with a second puck in the first period.
Price wasn’t about to see the hard work from his skaters undone with something silly like a goal against.
Everyone’s getting in on the scoring tonight.
Montreal got a power-play after scoring the game-tying goal, and immediately converted.
Seconds into the middle frame, the Canadiens tie it up.
The defenceman decides to just do it all himself.
The Canadiens make a pit stop in Montreal before heading out on the road once again.
In this two-part episode, we talk about Carey Price’s bounce back, a busy week for prospects, and a big week ahead.
Montreal returns to the Bell Centre looking for a third consecutive win.
The two stars put up a combined 13 points in the two games.
Romanov enjoyed a bit of offence, and Jacob Olofsson continues to make progress in his own zone.
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