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Price (second-degree MCL sprain) will not need surgery and is looking at a six-week recovery period, the Montreal Gazette reports.
Price has been diagnosed with a second-degree MCL sprain, lapresse.ca's Marc Antoine Godin reports.
May 09: Carey Price to Miss Remainder of Series (LBI) by Fantasy Hockey Standard
Carey Price to Miss Remainder of Series (LBI).
Price will not be available to play Thursday night against Ottawa, the Hockey Inside Out blog reports. The Canadiens are also saying that Price will be unavailable for the rest of the series against the Senators.
May 09: The IR: Updates on Spezza, Harding, Backstrom, and more by Dobber Hockey
Carey Price suffered a lower body in the third period of game four and was unable to play in the overtime.
The Canadiens have listed Price (lower body) as day-to-day, according to the team's official Twitter page.
Price left Tuesday's Game 4 against Ottawa before overtime due to a lower-body injury, according to Conor McKenna of TSN 690.
Price will start in net Tuesday night in Game 4 against the Senators, Ian Mendes of Sportsnet reports.
Price stopped 29 of 30 shots Friday night in Montreal's win over Ottawa in Game 2 of this first-round playoff series.
Price led the team out for Friday's pregame warmups, indicating he'll start Game 2 against the Senators, Dave Stubbs of the Montreal Gazette reports.
Price will start in goal for Montreal when its first-round playoff series drops Thursday night against Ottawa, the Montreal Gazette reports.
Apr 26: Saturday Picks - April 27, 2013 by Dobber Hockey
Carey Price has been dreadful - but the team hasn't given him much help, either.
Price picked up just his second win in his last eight games Thursday, stopping 23 of 25 in a 5-2 victory over the Jets.
Price will get the start Thursday against the Jets, Marc Antoine Godin of La Presse reports.
Price came on in relief of Peter Budaj after the first period of Wednesday's 6-4 loss to the Penguins.
Price let in six goals on 29 shots in a loss to the Flyers on Monday. He played 39:36 before getting pulled and replaced by Peter Budaj.
Price gave up three goals on Toronto's first four shots Saturday night before being chased from the net.
Price stymied the Rangers all night long Saturday, particularly in a hectic first period where he turned away 17 shots. He finished with 34 saves in a 3-0 victory.
Price gave up just one goal on 25 shots Tuesday, but the Habs weren't able to support him offensively in a 1-0 loss to Pittsburgh.
Price stopped 25 of 27 Thursday in a win over the Islanders, his fifth win in the last six games.
Price stopped 20 of 23 shots Saturday night in Montreal's come-from-behind win over Tampa Bay.
Price will start Tuesday's game against the Islanders, the Canadiens' official site reports.
Price made 23 saves on 24 shots Monday against the Senators, but still suffered a loss in a shootout.
Price turned aside all 17 shots he faced Saturday night in Montreal's 3-0 win over the Rangers.
Price stopped 21 of 25 shots Thursday night in Montreal's 4-3 overtime loss to the Islanders.
Price, who had missed Montreal's last two games with an illness, returned to the ice Tuesday against the Rangers and picked up his third straight win, allowing one goal on 25 shots.
Price (illness) will sit out Monday's game against the Hurricanes but is expected to play Tuesday against the Rangers,RDS' Renaud Lavoie reports.
Price posted his first shutout of the year Thursday, stopping all 26 shots he faced in a 1-0 overtime win over Florida.
Price allowed three goals on just 21 shots, but came away with the win Tuesday against Winnipeg.
Price gave up three goals on 25 shots, but got an overtime victory against the Devils on Sunday.
Price stopped 24 of 26 shots Saturday night in Montreal's 2-1 loss to Toronto. He had tweaked a groin in a scrimmage Thursday, but his start Saturday was not considered to be in jeopardy because of the injury.
Coach Michel Therrien says that Price (groin) will start Saturday's game against the Leafs, reports.
Price (head/neck) told Dave Stubbs of the Montreal Gazette that he feels better now than for any camp he's shown up for.
Price, who the Canadiens filed early arbitration on, will not be eligible for free agency and is expected to sign a long term contract with Montreal, Nick Kypreos of Sportsnet reports.
Price has confirmed he suffered a spinal compression (neck) injury in addition to experiencing headaches after David Desharnais ran into him in practice on March 20, TSN.ca.
An examination by a team doctor revealed that Price's concussion is a minor one, the Montreal Gazette reports. As reported earlier, Price has been shut down for the season, which has two games remaining.
Though the Canadiens have not confirmed that Price has a concussion, the team acknowledges that he has been dealing with headaches, RDS.ca's Renaud P. Lavoie reports.
Price allowed three goals on 31 shots in Wednesday's shutout loss to Buffalo, his second loss in the last two starts.
Price stopped 35 of 37 shots and all three in the shootout in Montreal's 3-2 win over Ottawa on Wednesday.
Price was on his game Saturday, stopping 32 shots as the Canadiens surprised the Canucks in Vancouver, 4-1.
Price will face the Lightning Tuesday, according to J-F Chaumont of the Journal de Montreal.
Price play well Tuesday against Dallas, stopping 33 of 36, but his team couldn't get one past Kari Lehtonen on the other end.
Price allowed three goals on 25 shots in Sunday's loss to New Jersey, his third loss in four starts.
Price stopped 27 of 30 shots and both shootout attempts faced in Montreal's win over Buffalo on Friday.
Price will face Ryan Miller and the Sabres Friday, according to J-F Chaumont of the Journal de Montreal.
Price allowed four goals on 34 shots in Monday's loss to Carolina, snapping a four-game winning streak.
Price made 32 saves in a 5-0 shutout of Toronto on Saturday night. It's his second SO in his last four starts.
Price allowed four goals on 21 shots in Thursday's 5-3 loss to New Jersey, his second loss in as many starts.
Price allowed two goals on 39 shots in Tuesday's 3-1 loss to Buffalo, his first loss in three starts.
Price, who missed Sunday's practice with a minor foot injury, was back on the ice for Tuesday's workout, CJAD-AM Radio reports.
Price (lower body) missed practice Sunday for "precautionary reasons," the Montreal Gazette reports.
Price was unflappable Saturday and backstopped his team to a 32-save, 3-1 victory over the Maple Leafs.
Price will start Wednesday's game against the Capitals, according to Renaud P. Lavoie of RDS.
Price allowed two goals on 30 shots in Thursday's loss to Boston, his second-consecutive loss.
Price lost for the fifth time in six games Thursday against Tampa, surrendering four goals on 22 shots.
Price posted his first win five starts, allowing just two goals on 33 shots in Tuesday's win over Ottawa.
Price, who will not be in the net Wednesday night against Chicago, will start Thursday night in Winnipeg, the Montreal Gazette reports.
Price allowed three goals on 31 shots in Monday's loss to Boston and has started 30 of Montreal's 34 games this season.
Price allowed five goals on 35 shots in Saturday's loss to Montreal and is 1-2 in the last three games with 12 goals allowed.
Price will be between the pipes for Saturday's game against the Devils, Marc Antoine Godin of La Presse reports.
Price will tend the pipes Thursday when the Canadiens take on the Flyers, according to Renaud P. Lavoie of RDS.
Per usual, the Habs will call on Price to tend the net Tuesday, according to John Lu of TSN.
Price stopped 28 of 31 shots and one of two shootout attempts in Thursday's loss to Vancouver.
Price, who made 38 saves in a losing effort his last time out, will be spelled by Peter Budaj for Wednesday's game, the Canadiens' official Twitter feed reports.
Price will be in the nets for the Habs in their important battle with the Flyers Friday, according to Renaud P. Lavoie of RDS.
Price stopped 17 of the 18 shots he faced Monday against Boston, but he was still on the losing end.
Price will back up Peter Budaj on Thursday but return to the ice for Saturday's game against the Rangers, Dave Stubbs of the Montreal Gazette reports.
Price will start Wednesday when the Canadiens take on the Hurricanes, the Montreal Gazette reports.
Price will defend the net for the Habs on Monday when they take on the Sabres, according to Pat Hickey of the Montreal Gazette.