Carey Price

Carey Price

W
12
L
7
OTL
5
GAA
2.64
SV%
.901
SO
1
Bio
Height/Weight: 6' 3"/220 lbs
Born: Anahim Lake, Canada
Draft: 2005 1st round (5th pick) by the
  • As pandemic restrictions lift, Montreal comes alive for Habs' improbable playoff run
    CBC

    As pandemic restrictions lift, Montreal comes alive for Habs' improbable playoff run

    After a long winter, much of it spent under strict public health rules, Montreal is in transformation: flowers are blooming, restaurants and bars are open again, and small gatherings are permitted. And the Canadiens — in the midst of a playoff run not seen in decades — are at the centre of it all. But the team's success this time around has taken on greater meaning, as the city emerges from the dark days of the pandemic. Kristina Millett, who has been cheering for the Habs (despite protests from

  • 10-man Montreal holds off D.C. United for 0-0 tie
    The Canadian Press

    10-man Montreal holds off D.C. United for 0-0 tie

    FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — Clément Diop had five saves for his third shutout of the season and 10-man Montreal held on for a scoreless draw with D.C United on Wednesday night. Montreal (3-3-3) went down a man when defender Zorhan Bassong was sent off in the 45th minute, receiving his second yellow card for a hand ball near midfield that halted a D.C. counter. Bill Hamid had one save to earn his third shutout in as many starts this season for United (4-5-1). ___ More AP soccer: https://apnews.c

  • Canadiens' success leading to business boom for Montreal bars after COVID-19 closures
    The Canadian Press

    Canadiens' success leading to business boom for Montreal bars after COVID-19 closures

    MONTREAL — Kevin Beaudry says there has never been a better time to be operating a restaurant in Montreal. The manager of La Cage sports bar and restaurant at the Bell Centre, home of the Montreal Canadiens, said he knew customers would return when the government last month allowed restaurants to reopen from COVID-19 closures. But business at the sports bar, which has become a hub for fans during the Stanley Cup playoffs, has been 10 times what he expected — thanks to the success of the Canadien