Carey Price RUMORS & NEWS

  • Canadiens sign Carey Price to eight-year contract extension

    Sportsnet "The Montreal Canadiens have signed goaltender Carey Price to an eight-year contract extension. The Montreal Canadiens signed the 29-year-old to an eight-year extension that reportedly carries an annual cap hit of US$10.5 million. That will surpass Henrik Lundqvist for the top annual mark in..." July 02

  • Carey Price 'not worried about' contract extension "The elephant in the room hasn't yet found the exit sign, so Montreal Canadiens goaltender Carey Price knew the topic would be raised. As of July 1, Price will be free to begin talks to extend his contract, which upon expiration on July 1, 2018 would send him into unrestricted free..." June 21

  • Habs talking contracts with Radulov, Price

    The Fourth Period "Among the Montreal Canadiens' priorities this off-season is not only finding a top-two center to add to their roster, but getting winger Alexander Radulov locked up to a new contract and goalie Carey Price inked to an eight-year extension. While the Canadiens, as of last week, hadn't picked up..." June 10

  • Price’s agent, Canadiens’ GM expected to meet next week

    Pro Hockey Talk "It seems the two big orders of business for the Montreal Canadiens this offseason will be finding a way to re-sign Alexander Radulov, and come to terms on a new contract extension with franchise goaltender Carey Price. According to multiple reports, including Pierre LeBrun and RDS, Price’s..." May 26

  • Two days after elimination, Montreal’s focus turns to Price extension

    Pro Hockey Talk "On Saturday, Carey Price‘s season came to an abrupt end with a Game 6 loss to the Rangers. On Monday, Price’s offseason got underway. During his end-of-year media availability, Montreal’s prized netminder was faced with questions about his contract status, foreshadowing what Price will..." April 24

  • Do Habs keep Price, or rebuild from scratch?

    Montreal Gazette "With a healthy Carey Price in goal and some key off-season acquisitions, this was supposed to be a season in which the Canadiens were in a position to challenge for the Stanley Cup. Instead, it is a team that might be on the verge of a major rebuild. The Canadiens’ hopes were built around..." April 24

  • Bobrovsky, Holtby, Price named Vezina Trophy finalists

    USA Today "The three finalists for the NHL's Vezina Trophy, given to the league's best goaltender as voted on by the general managers, were announced on Saturday. They are: Sergei Bobrovsky, Braden Holtby and Carey Price. Bobrovsky, the starter for the Columbus Blue Jackets and 2013 winner of the..." April 23