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Meh... I'm no habs fan, but I would have almost expected them to fall flat on their own faces after the adrenalin of that Boston series and all the drama... they'll come back a different team next game.
BREAKING NEWS: Carey Price out for the remainder of the Eastern Conference final
BROSSARD, Que. ó The Montreal Canadiens will be without goaltender Carey Price for at least the rest of the NHL Eastern Conference final.
Coach Michel Therrien announced made the announcement after an optional skate on Monday morning.
Price appeared to injure his right knee when New Yorkís Chris Kreider ran into him skates-first in the second period of the Rangersí 7-2 win in the opener of the best-of-seven series.
Therrien did not say of Peter Budaj or third-stringer Dustin Tokarski would start Game 2 on Monday night at the Bell Centre.
"Carey Price wonít be able to play, not only for tonight but for the rest of the series," said Therrien. "Really disappointed. Heís our best player.
"Looking at the incident, itís a reckless play. Thatís the truth. And Kreider, thatís not the first time heís going at goalies. So we end up losing our best player, but our group faced a lot of adversity throughout the course of the season. We have the attitude to respond really well and thatís what Iím expecting, starting tonight."
Therrien said he hopes the team can win without him to give Price a chance to return for the Stanley Cup final.
Price stayed in Game 1 after the collision but was replaced after the second frame by Budaj. He tested the knee briefly on Sunday morning, but did not take part in an optional practice.
Price backstopped Canada to a gold medal at the Sochi Olympics in February and was having strong playoffs for the Canadiens.
“Looking at the incident, it’s a reckless play. That’s the truth,” Therrien said. “And Kreider, this is not the first time he’s going at goalies. So, we end up losing our best player, but our group faced a lot of adversity throughout the course of the season and we responded and we’ve got the attitude to respond really well. And this is what I’m expecting starting tonight.”
the end of the video has a good close up on Emelin who take's a desperation attempt to knock the puck lose and throw's Kreider off balance, there is not much Kreider can do when falling at full speed that close to the net. Does it still happen if he wasn't slashed by Emelin? Im not sure either way unfortunate for the habs