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Price (leg) was seen walking with a noticeable limp in his right leg following Wednesday night's 4-2 loss to the Flyers, Hockey Inside Out reports.
Price (leg) could be out for another 3-4 weeks with Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin stating that the goalie is "progressing slower than expected," John Lu of TSN Montreal reports.
Price (leg) was able to get on the ice and do some light skating on Tuesday, TSN.ca reports.
Price (leg) will not return until after the All-Star break at the end of the month, Eric Engels of Sportsnet reports.
Price (leg) continues to make progress in his recovery, but is unable to return to skating at this time.
Price is on schedule for his return from a lower-body injury suffered in late November, the Montreal Gazette reports.
Price (leg) has been placed on injured reserve and will miss at least one week, NHL.com reports.
Head coach Michel Therrien said after Wednesday's game that Price is dealing with the same right leg injury that sidelined him earlier this season, Amanda Stein of TSN 690 reports.
Price will be in the crease in Wednesday's game against the Rangers, Marc Antoine Godin of La Presse (Montreal) reports.
Price will be the starting netminder Sunday in a home start against the Islanders, Marc Antoine Godin of La Presse (Montreal) reports.
Price (lower body) will return to the ice Friday, starting between the pipes against the Islanders.
Price (lower body) is still without a timetable for his return, Arpon Basu of La Ligue Nation reports.
Price (lower body) skated and handled the puck along with goalie coach Stéphane Waite on Sunday, the Montreal Gazette reports.
Price (lower body) is responding well to treatment and surgery has not been a consideration, though he will not play this week, Dave Stubbs of the Montreal Gazette reports.
Price was in New York on Monday receiving a second opinion on his lower-body injury, Pat Hickey of The Gazette reports.
Price dropped his second straight Thursday, allowing four goals on 27 shots in a 4-3 loss to the Oilers.
Price's improbable streak came to an end Tuesday after allowing five goals on 28 shots in a 5-1 loss to the Canucks for his first defeat of the season.
Price made 49 saves in Saturday's 5-3 win over Toronto. The Maple Leafs pushed the pace all game, but Price was the difference maker.
Price registered a 38-save shutout in Tuesday's win against the Blues, improving to 6-0-0 on the season.
Price stopped all 25 shots put on him by the Rangers on Thursday, sending the Canadiens to 5-0 on the year.
Price denied 31 of 33 shots against the Penguins on Tuesday for his third win of the season.
Price was a wall Wednesday, stopping 36 of 37 shots in a 3-1 win on Opening Night in Toronto.
Price played the whole game Friday night in a preseason game against the Blackhawks. He stopped 26 of 30 shots in a 5-1 loss.