When will Price get his shot?

2 games in and the Habs are 1-1. I know, I know….Here it goes, when does Carbo give Price his first shot? Pittsburgh, Carolina or Florida?

I think we need to keep Huey in for 1 more game and see how he does against the Penguins. His performance in Toronto was, well let’s say Toskala made the saves when it counted. Up 3-1, you have to be able to shut the door, and Huet did not. So, let’s give him another shot. Carolina’s going to be hungry this time around. So, if Huet beats the Penguins, do we go back to Huet, or give the Kid his first shot at home? It could be the start of something special in Montreal. Mark my words, I think that if the Candiens do play well enough to make the playoffs, Price will be the go to guy! He’s the future of this franchise, and the hopes of another Cup in Montreal. Only time will tell. Any comments, thoughts?

5 Responses to When will Price get his shot?

  1. THEGREATHAB says:

    I think this is the time to start Price.  He will be away from the Bell center,  and facing a tough team.  This will be an early test against the best player in the world,  that way if he wins great,  and if he looses, well he was playing a talented team and it wasnt his fault.  Start him in Pits,  and if he wins,  start him back in Montreal,  if he looses start Huet.

  2. ICELIZARD says:

    I think the time has come for Price to get his shot against the Pens.  Historically, the Habs always play Pittsburgh tough and they are always exiting games to watch (similar to Habs-Leafs).  A game against the Pens will tell us if Price is ready for primetime or if he should return to Hamilton.

  3. glennbauer says:

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  4. MtlHabs09 says:

    He's playing tomorrow night.

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