Are you wondering what Pickemfirst is all about ?
Watch this 2-minute YouTube video...
Budaj allowed six goals on 29 shots in Thursday's series-ending Game 5 loss at the hands of the Senators.
May 09: The IR: Updates on Spezza, Harding, Backstrom, and more by Dobber Hockey
Peter Budaj came in but eventually gave up the winner to Kyle Turris.
Budaj entered in overtime Tuesday in Game 4 against Ottawa after Carey Price suffered a lower-body injury. He faced just two shots in 2:32, the second of which was Kyle Turris' game-winner.
Budaj will start in goal against Toronto on Saturday, the Montreal Gazette's Dave Stubbs reports.
Budaj was pulled after the first period during the Canadiens' 6-4 loss to the Penguins on Wednesday.
Apr 14: The Avs Don’t Know A Goalie When They See One by Dobber Hockey
You can even look at someone like Peter Budaj, who just signed a two-year contract extension with Montreal this week,...
Budaj made 22 saves in relief Saturday after entering the game half-way through the first period. Starter Carey Price had given up three goals on four shots.
Budaj has signed a two-year contract extension with the Canadiens, NHL.com's Dan Rosen reports.
Apr 07: Could the Canucks move Schneider and keep Luongo? by Dobber Hockey
... Khabibulin, Jose Theodore, Niklas Backstrom, Peter Budaj, Chris Mason, Tim Thomas, Evgeni Nabokov, Mike Smith, and...
Budaj, making just his seventh start of the year and first since March 10, stopped 33 of 34 shots Thursday in a win over the Jets.
Budaj replaced Carey Price on Wednesday and stopped 14 of 15 shots in the third period/overtime and all six shootout attempts in Montreal's wild 6-5 win over Boston.
Budaj will get the start in goal Sunday against Carolina. "[Carey] Price is feeling better," coach Michel Therrien said. "But Budaj will be in goal against the Canes on Monday."
Budaj stopped 36 of 40 shots Thursday night in Montreal's 5-4 shootout loss to Buffalo. The Sabres were hungry in their barn Thursday after getting punked in Montreal last Saturday.
Budaj stopped 30 of 31 shots as the Canadiens beat archrival Toronto Saturday in the season finale for both teams.
Budaj stopped 28 of 29 shots faced in regulation and overtime in Montreal's 2-1 loss to Carolina on Thursday.
Budaj made 31 saves on 33 shots through regulation and overtime, but allowed two goals on three shootout tries and took a loss to Washington.
Budaj will start against Washington on Saturday, Montreal La Presse writer Marc Antoine Godin reports.
Budaj put in a strong performance Saturday in a 3-2 shootout loss to the Islanders. He made 36 saves through overtime and forced the shootout to six rounds. He also picked up an assist.
Budaj allowed three goals on 36 shots in Monday's overtime loss to Buffalo in just his fourth start since the All-Star break.
Budaj will tend the net for the Habs Thursday against the Oilers, according to Mark Spector of Sportsnet.
Budaj gets the start in net Sunday when the Canadiens face the Panthers in Sunrise (Fla.), the Montreal Gazette reports.
Budaj will be in net Friday when the Canadiens take on the Penguins, according to Marc Antoine Godin of the Montreal La Presse.
Budaj got a rare start Sunday against the New York Rangers. He only let in one goal on 29 shots for the win.
Budaj will make just his sixth start of the season on Sunday when Montreal takes on the New York Rangers according to TSN.ca.
Budaj will get the start in goal Wednesday against the Blackhawks, Marc Antoine Godin of La Presse reports.
The Habs will go with backup keeper Budaj on Wednesday against the Ducks, according to John Bartlett of TSN Radio.