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NHLTags: carey priceIlya BryzgalovJaroslav HalakMarc Andre FleuryRay EmeryRoberto LuongoSteve Mason“When you’re winning here, there’s no better place to play. But when you’re not playing well here it’s definitely tough.”
Carey Price knows all too well how difficult it is to be the starting goaltender in a big NHL market. Drafted by the Montreal Canadiens in 2005, he admitted in a recent interview on NHL.com that he’s [...](Read more...)
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*Wayne Simmonds broke his tournament-long scoring drought with a first period power play goal in Canada's 2-1 win over the Czech Republic. Jeff Skinner broke a 1-1 tie early in the third period with the game-winning goal. Flyers defenseman Luke Schenn was ejected from the game on a checking from behind major...
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There were a handful of differences between the Montreal Canadiens and Ottawa Senators, chief among them the disparity of play in net.
Carey Price (.894) and Peter Budaj (.774) were not good. Craig Anderson (.950) was sensational, putting a stamp on a twenty-four game regular season run that saw him finish near the top of the GAA and...
“If Sergei Bobrovsky is so good why would Philly get rid of him?” I made this point multiple times during the off season. I’m a big fan of Steve Mason. Always have been, always will be. Which is why I didn’t give Bob a chance when the season started. Bad move on my part. Sergei [...]