Carey Price will not return to action tomorrow in Columbus

Carey Price will not return to action tomorrow in Columbus

Martin St-Louis led a training where the participants were quite numerous this morning in Brossard.

No less than 13 forwards, nine defenders and three goaltenders took to the ice at Complexe Bell. Paul Byron and Nick Suzuki were treated to a day of treatment.

Remember that Jesse Ylonen was removed after last night’s game.

Suzuki and Byron will still travel to Columbus this afternoon. We can therefore expect to see them in uniform against the Blue Jackets tomorrow.

Josh Anderson left training after just a few minutes to undergo treatment. He should also travel to Ohio soon, but we are awaiting confirmation for the moment. It is still rare to see a player start the training session, then leave for the locker room to undergo treatment from the start.

Carey Price has been training and will be on a second trip with the team this season. However, he will not be in uniform tomorrow night in Columbus. Neither as a starter nor as a backup…

The new date to circle in the case of Price is Friday at the Bell Center (against the Islanders). It was enough for the journalists on the beat of the team relaunch themselves with jokes Easter.

The Resurrection of Jesus Price

The latter’s crucifixion if he gets off to a bad start in front of his supporters

His ability (or not) to stop the pucks Easter

According to the Bible, Christ died on Friday, then rose again on Sunday, but hey…

In short, we know that Carey Price won’t play tomorrow… we wonder if he will be in uniform on Friday night… and we don’t know the identity of the three defenders and three attackers who will be left out tomorrow.

We will have to be patient a little longer with #31.

reminder : there are only nine games left in the Canadian season. Three a week for another three weeks…

After tomorrow’s game, Carey Price has just eight chances left to play this season. Markov Will Price run out of time?

A lot of

– Chris Wideman is not afraid to help whoever gets him out of line-up. #GoodVeteran #MustLeReSign

– Would Samuel Montembeault agree to play in Laval next season? Would he be claimed on waivers before?

– Phil Kessel is a legend.

– It’s starting to smell like the playoffs in Laval.

– Tomorrow’s match will have a special meaning for David Savard.

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