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Carey Price out for one month according to RDS, Therrien denies the report

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According to RDS, the league's MVP will be out of action for a while, although the coach disagrees

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There was some bad news for the Montreal Canadiens, following their impressive comeback win versus the Devils.

Francois Gagnon is reporting that Carey Price will be out of action for one month, which means we may not see him play another game until 2016. His previous injury kept him out of action for almost three weeks.

If Price misses the entire month, the Habs will be without his services for at least 15 games.

In the meantime, the Habs will count on Mike Condon, who has posted decent numbers this season. He's 8-2-2 so far this year, with a .917 save percentage. Backing up Condon will be Dustin Tokarski, who has yet to start a game for the Canadiens this season.

Update: Michel Therrien went out of his way to deny the report, stating that Price had not yet seen a doctor.