Posted on 12 December 2011 | 2 responses
We’ve just received word that Carey will be debuting a new mask very soon! More details to come of course but for now, here’s a little teaser picture:
Posted on 5 December 2011 | 1 response
Big news! The Remembrance Day Mask that was designed by David Arrigo and worn by Carey for a couple games in November was recently auctioned at Legends Depot. Proceeds from the auction would go to four worthy causes: the Montreal Children’s Hospital, Wounded Warriors, The Soldier On Program, and The Quebec MFRC. We are happy to announce that the auction ended yesterday with a final value of $15,000! WOW!
Voting for the 2012 NHL All-Star Game in Ottawa is well underway. If you haven’t already voted for Carey yet, what are you waiting for? Head over to http://vote.nhl.com and start voting today!
To help promote Carey, the Canadiens have posted the following video on the official website:
Also, Carey has once again been named the Molson Cup winner for the Canadiens for November. This is the second month in a row this season that he has won the award. There will be a pre-game ceremony on Tuesday night before the Canadiens take on the Columbus Blue Jackets and former teammate James Wisniewski.
Fun fact: of Carey’s 10 wins so far this season, he has allowed 1 or fewer goals in 7 of those games. Amazing stat!
Posted on 21 November 2011 | 4 responses
Well we called it the other day, Price fans!
Based off his stellar play this past week, during which he only allowed two goals in three games, Carey has been named the NHL First Star of the Week!
Here is the official release from NHL.com:
On the strength of two shutouts, Montreal Canadiens goaltender Carey Price was named the NHL’s First Star for this week.
Price stopped 25 shots in a 4-0 win against the Carolina Hurricanes on Wednesday, then stopped 17 shots in a 4-0 win against the New York Rangers on Saturday, Price made 30 saves in a 3-2 shootout loss against the Buffalo Sabres on Monday.
Posted on 20 November 2011 | No responses
Although the Canadiens got off to a bit of a slow start, they seem to have turned the corner and are heating up during the month of November. At the centre of it all is Carey Price, who has put together a record of 4-2-1 in his 7 games this month. In only one game has he allowed more than two goals, and he put together back-to-back shutouts against Carolina and Buffalo this past week.
A few weeks ago he went 3-0-0 with a 1.33 GAA and .950 SV%, which was good enough to be named the NHL First Star of the Week.
This week’s numbers? 2-0-1 with a 0.65 GAA and .973 SV% and 2 shutouts!
We think Carey should be the First Star of the Week again – how about you?
Posted on 15 November 2011 | 1 response
The 2011 Legends Banquet hosted by The Rail – Coal Fire Bistro, is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for hockey fans and poker fans alike to mingle, get autographs and rub shoulders with the biggest names in hockey history.
The banquet runs from 12PM – 2PM on Sunday, December 4th and is hosted by hockey’s most legendary players Jean Beliveau, Yvon Cournoyer and Henri Richard.
Also in attendance at the banquet are hockey greats Ralph Backstrom, Donnie Marshall, Junior Langlois, Ab McDonald, Bobby Rousseau, Phil Goyette,Stéphane Richer, Chris Nilan, Sergio Momesso, Karl Dykhuis and Enrico Ciccone.
The proceeds from this event will benefit kids with talent who can’t afford to play sports. The Rail and Playground Poker Club are committed to giving back to the community whenever possible and giving underprivileged kids the opportunity to participate in organized sports is something that we’re very passionate about.
There will be a live auction including autographed merchandise, pictures, memorabilia and much more….
For all information on how to attend this spectacular event, including ticket pricing and the full roster of attendees, please visit: Playground Poker Club – Legends Banquet
Posted on 14 November 2011 | 6 responses
Today is the first day that fans can vote for the NHL All Star Game starting line-up!
You can vote for 3 forwards, 2 defencemen and of course 1 goalie at a time.
You can vote up to 30 times, so be sure to show your support for Carey and the other Canadiens players on the ballot!
Let’s make sure that Carey can go to his 3rd NHL All-Star Game!
Go to http://vote.nhl.com today!
Posted on 12 November 2011 | 4 responses
Are you an artist? Do you have creativity? Would you like to design a mask for Carey to wear in a real NHL game?
Once again, Clorox is teaming up with Carey to give fans a chance to put their artistic skills to the test and design Carey Price’s Goalie Mask! The mask will be worn in a game in March against the Toronto Maple Leafs, and the winner will get to meet Carey and see the game!
For full details, click here
Good luck to all that enter!
Posted on 5 November 2011 | 2 responses
Carey’s mask for Remembrance Day has been revealed!
As with the October mask for the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, this mask will be auctioned off after it is worn at LegendsDepot.com – you can check it out here.
From the Legends Depot description:
Posted on 2 November 2011 | 1 response
Carey’s mask artist, David Arrigo, tweeted last night that he has finished the work on Carey’s Remembrance Day 2011 mask. It will debut next week against the Edmonton Oilers. The new commemmorative mask celebrates the history of all of Canada’s military and veterans with a special bit of emphasis on Quebec’s contributions to the Canadian Forces. It will be auctioned off at Legends Depot after the 11th.
We will have much more information as it becomes available!
Posted on 30 October 2011 | 2 responses
2 – Number of goals scored by the Bruins against Carey in 2 games this week (we don’t count the one Plekanec put behind him in Boston!)
4 – Total number of goals Carey has allowed in his three-game winning streak, for a sparkling GAA of 1.33.
.950 – Carey’s SV% in the last three games.
15-4-2 – Carey’s career regular season record against the Bruins.
602 – Number of minutes played by Carey so far this season, good for 1st in the NHL. His 10 appearances also leads the League.
102 – Number of career wins for Carey. He is the 4th youngest goalie in NHL history to reach 100 victories.
3 – Number of star selections Carey received this week. He was the first star against Boston on Saturday, and the 2nd star against Philadelphia on Wednesday and Boston on Thursday.