Montreal Canadiens goaltender Carey Price said he is staying off the ice for a little while longer as he deals with a lower-body injury.
He said he suffered the injury in a warmup before Montreal's game November 2 at Minnesota. The Canadiens have won four of their past five games since Price's injury, largely due to the play of AHL call-up Charlie Lindgren.
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The goalie said he expected his leg injury would heal quickly, but it's not. "I kind of expected it to be in the two-week range", said Price.
Price said he would "absolutely" be playing if the Canadiens were in the playoffs and reiterated the injury has nothing to do with the devastating knee injury which forced to him miss nearly the entire 2015-16 season.
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The Canadiens have one three games and lost once with Lindgren in nets.
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