|Oct. 14 6:36 PM PT7:36 PM MT8:36 PM CT9:36 PM ET1:36 GMT9:36 6:36 PM MST8:36 PM EST5:36 UAE (+1)21:36 ETNaN:� BRT - Price lost his fourth straight start Saturday, making 18 saves in a 4-3 overtime defeat to Toronto.
Analysis: Price has an ugly .849 save percentage to go along with a 3.98 GAA during the 0-3-1 skid.
|Oct. 10 7:01 PM PT8:01 PM MT9:01 PM CT10:01 PM ET2:01 GMT10:01 7:01 PM MST9:01 PM EST6:01 UAE (+1)22:01 ETNaN:� BRT - Price lost his third straight start Tuesday, making 22 saves in a 3-1 defeat to Chicago.
Analysis: During his three-game skid, Price has an ugly .859 save percentage.
|Oct. 9 11:12 PM PT12:12 AM MT1:12 AM CT2:12 AM ET6:12 GMT14:12 11:12 PM MST1:12 AM EST10:12 UAE2:12 ETNaN:� BRT - Price finished with 23 saves in a 2-0 road loss to the Rangers on Sunday.
Analysis: After opening the season with a stellar 43-save effort in a 3-2 shootout win at Buffalo, Price has stopped just 33 of 39 shots in losing his last two starts. All have come on the road, where the standout goaltender also struggled at times during his strong 2016-17 campaign. He went 23-11-3 with a 2.09 goals-against average at home, and Montreal's next two games will be at Bell Centre.
|Oct. 7 6:57 PM PT7:57 PM MT8:57 PM CT9:57 PM ET1:57 GMT9:57 6:57 PM MST8:57 PM EST5:57 UAE (+1)21:57 ETNaN:� BRT - Price stopped just 10 of 14 shots in the first period and was lifted in favor of Al Montoya (seven saves) to start the second in Saturday's 6-1 loss to the Capitals.
Analysis: This was a much different effort than Price's season debut when he stopped 43 shots in a win. We expect he'll bounce back in his next time out.
|Oct. 5 7:50 PM PT8:50 PM MT9:50 PM CT10:50 PM ET2:50 GMT10:50 7:50 PM MST9:50 PM EST6:50 UAE (+1)22:50 ETNaN:� BRT - Price stopped 43 of 45 shots Thursday in a season-opening 3-2 shootout win at Buffalo.
Analysis: Price has allowed three goals or fewer in a remarkable 27 straight starts against Buffalo. He is 11-9-7 with a 1.86 GAA in that span. That run dates to a 5-1 loss to the Sabres on March 4, 2009.
|July 2 11:01 AM PT12:01 PM MT1:01 PM CT2:01 PM ET18:01 GMT2:01 11:01 AM MST1:01 PM EST22:01 UAE14:01 ETNaN:� BRT - The Canadiens have signed Price to an eight-year extension through the 2025-26 season, with multiple reports indicating the deal is worth $84 million.
Analysis: The $10.5 million average annual value is tied with Chicago's Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews for the highest in the league, but keeps perhaps the most coveted free agent of next summer off the market. Price has proven to be worth the investment, as he's posted a league-best 2.09 goals-against average over the past three seasons.
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