Montreal Canadiens fans breathed a collective sigh of relief when Carry price Finally on the ice this season, even if it’s just for a few games. The worldwide goalkeeper nearly missed the 2021-22 campaign due to a knee injury and time spent on the NHL/NHLPA Players Assistance Program, but returned to play in five games at the end of the season. His battle through adversity was enough to win the 2022 Masterton Cup, but with rumors circulating about how healthy the price is and whether he could return next season, it was a bit bittersweet.
The procedures and rehabilitation are not over with Price, unfortunately. Director general Kent Hughes He said Today, Price recently had a “mini operation” on his knee and is waiting for the team to see how she responds. Hughes has gone so far as to explain that it was not an operation or an operation. It’s unclear whether or not Hughes is referring to the price of an injection of platelet-rich plasma received late last month, which Price had already publicly confirmed weeks ago. It makes it unlikely that Hughes would refer to the same action if it had already been announced.
If there was more work done on Price, it would theoretically take more off-season training time than he had planned. Price had recently said that he is preparing as if he will play for the Canadians in 2022-23, although further health-related news about the net striker, seems unlikely.
It will raise interesting off-season questions for Canadians on the ice, who will need to be active in the goalkeeper market if the price is not healthy.