Carey Price has gone over his performance in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinals and says he wouldn't do anything different if he had a chance to play it again. "I felt good about my game," said Price, who was on the losing end of a 5-4 count in overtime Thursday night. "I played the game over probably four times in my head last night and I wouldn't have changed a whole lot." Price wasn't happy to lose, but said it was time to be positive as the Canadiens head into Game 5 Saturday night (7 p.m, CBC, RDS, CJAD Radio-800) with the best-of-seven Eastern Conference quarterfinal series tied 2-2. "(The Bruins) were facing adversity and now it's our turn," Price said. "You can pretty well take all the quotes they were saying two games ago. We just have to cowboy up and do it. "At the start of the series, if you told me it would be 2-2 after four, I think we would have taken that," Price said. "Now it's a best of three and it's a sprint to the end of this one." Each team has won twice on the road, but the Canadiens will have to put the way they lost Game 4 out of their minds. They lost after leading 1-0, 3-1 and 4-3.