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Topic - Carey Price
A few moments after Kyle Palmieri's shootout attempt hit both Montreal posts and skittered along the goal line without going in, Andrei Markov's shot left no doubt about an impressive win for the Canadiens.
The Montreal Canadiens appeared to be in some trouble when goalie Carey Price was injured just after helping Canada win the gold medal at the Olympics.
Joe Pavelski had a hat trick to move into a tie for second in the NHL in goals and the San Jose Sharks beat the Philadelphia Flyers 7-3 Thursday night in the first game for both teams following the Olympic break.
The Pittsburgh Penguins and Montreal Canadiens are still adjusting to NHL play after a nearly three-week Olympic layoff. And it showed Thursday night.
Montreal Canadiens star goaltender Carey Price will miss the next two games because of a lower-body injury.
One of the brightest stars for Canada this Olympics isn't scoring goals, he's preventing them.
The Olympic flame was snuffed out. No chance of that for the Canadian hockey team, champions again.
Sidney Crosby skated in alone on Henrik Lundqvist, faking Sweden's goalie to the ice with a textbook-quality deke and sliding a perfect backhand into the net.
Jonathan Toews scored in the first period, captain Sidney Crosby scored his first goal of the tournament and Canada defended its Olympic men's hockey title Sunday with a 3-0 victory over Sweden in the gold-medal game.
For the rematch, Canada skipped the overtime and shelved the theatrics.
Canada defeated Team USA in the Olympic men's hockey semifinals 1-0 Friday afternoon. Canada will face Sweden in the gold medal game.
Capitals defenseman John Carlson played a strong game, but it was not enough to give Team USA a win over Canada. He'll go for a bronze medal on Saturday.
The men's hockey showdown between Canada and the United States didn't pack the punch that most were hoping for when the game began.
Canada put shots by the dozens on Kristers Gudlevskis, and Latvia's kid goalie stopped nearly everything in a performance that grew from sensational to a bit supernatural.
Carey Price made 15 saves for the defending Olympic champion Canadians, who were stretched to the limit by Latvia goalie Kristers Gudlevskis.
"That was the hardest-working team I've ever seen," Price said. "I really can't say enough about that group of defensemen and that overall team in front of me. Our work ethic was what won us this championship."
"That was one of the best goaltending performances I've ever seen," said Price, the Montreal Canadiens' three-time NHL All-Star goalie.