Carey Price once again looks like one of the NHLs top goaltenders after a slow start to the season. Authentic Derrick Shelby Jersey . His next assignment could be relatively easy against the Carolina Hurricanes, who are struggling to find the back of the net and will likely be without their top scorer. Price looks to lead the Montreal Canadiens to a third straight victory tonight against visiting Carolina. Catch all the action on TSN Radio 690 in Montreal starting at 6pm et. The netminder made a season-high 44 saves in Montreals 6-2 home win over Los Angeles on Friday. The Canadiens (19-10-2) had 20 shots for their worst shot differential in a win since being outshot 49-23 in a 3-2 overtime win at Toronto on Dec. 26, 2009, when Jaroslav Halak was in net. Montreal has been outshot in 10 of its victories, with Price in net eight times. He owns a 1.67 goals-against average in his 16 wins. Price stifled the Kings until Jake Muzzins goal 3:35 into the third period. Hes a great goaltender and he has the ability to make great saves, said P.K. Subban, who had a goal and two assists. Its not a surprise to us seeing him do that but to be able to see him do it against one of the best teams in the league, thats what we need. Price has posted a 1.94 GAA in his last 14 starts after recording a 2.94 mark in his first 11. Price is priceless. You dont see a goaltender like him every day, Jiri Sekac, who had two goals, told the teams official website. Ive been around. Ive played in the Finals in the KHL. Ive played in World Championships. But Ive never seen a goalie like that. Hes amazing. Hes good every game. Hes consistent. Price is 6-2-1 with a 1.75 GAA in his last nine home starts against Carolina, including two shutouts in the last four. The Hurricanes (8-18-3) are tied with Edmonton for the leagues fewest points and have exactly one goal in each of their five straight losses. They outshot Philadelphia 26-23 in Sundays 5-1 loss, but the issue has been quality not quantity since Carolina has outshot its opponent in every game during the skid. I dont think our execution was very good, said Eric Staal, who snapped Carolinas 0-for-14 power-play slump with a second-period goal. Obviously, its been frustrating. Weve played some good hockey before tonight, but tonight not good enough all around anywhere. Jiri Tlusty, who has a team-best 10 goals, didnt play due to an upper-body injury and is expected to be sidelined Tuesday after not practicing Monday. Elias Lindholm, who is tied for second on the club with seven goals, doesnt have a point during the five-game skid. Carolina has also struggled on the penalty kill lately, giving up three power-play goals on five chances in three games after holding opponents scoreless on 15 opportunities in the previous seven. We have to compete, have to be better defensively, have to manage the puck, have to move the puck better and thatll give us a better chance, coach Bill Peters said. The Canadiens have won five of six in the series and six of seven at home. Max Pacioretty has four two-point performances in his last six meetings. Game Notes: MTL was 2-0-1 vs CAR last season MTL has gone 5-0-1 past 6 vs CAR MTL (19-10-2): won 2 straight, both at home, 3GA, 7/7 on PK 11-0-0 when scoring first Plekanec (1G, 3A) 4 game PT streak CAR (8-18-3): lost 5 straight, 1GF in each game, 1/15 on PP 1-5-0 past 6 on road, 7GF at even strength E Staal (1G, 0A) past 6 games Authentic Austin Hooper Jersey . Ted Ligety, Mikaela Shiffrin, Bode Miller and Tim Jitloff underlined the squads enormous potential on the Rettenbach glacier in Austria. Authentic Marvin Hall Jersey . 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McKenzie adds that the last resort would be to buy out Umberger, but the Jackets remain hopeful theres a market for him. McKenzie also reports that the Colorado Avalanche are shopping winger P.A. Parenteau. he has two years left on his deal at $4 million per year. Craigs List Oilers GM Craig MacTavish told The Edmonton Suns Terry Jones that he would like to add four or five players - with one or two of them via trade and two or three through unrestricted free agency. "It would be nice to get something in place before free agency," said MacTavish, explaining that trades were the first priority. "The managers meeting at the final really gets everybody talking a little bit more. This week will be a busy week for everybody to see what tthe fits are out there. Authentic Grady Jarrett Jersey. "We had our pro scouts meeting Thursday and Friday. We had some good discussions there. This year there are not so many top free agents available. The guys who would normally be secondary targets are now the primary targets. Its a good year to be a UFA." Richards Gone? Larry Brooks of The New York Post writes that the Rangers have conducted their annual pre-free agency and pre-draft player evaluation meetings and adds that Brad Richards is expected to become the clubs second and final amnesty buyout - perhaps as early as this week. A buyout of Richards would clear $6.67 million of cap space for the Rangers, who would have about $24 million in space if the cap is at $70 million next season. No Canada? According to Bruce Garrioch of The Ottawa Sun, the Calgary Flames have made a pitch to the Senators for Jason Spezza, but a deal is unlikely to happen. As Garrioch writes, Spezza isnt too interested in playing in Canada as the Flames, Canucks, Oilers and Jets are on his list of 10 teams that he doesnt want to be traded to. He adds the Flames are thought to be offering Jiri Hudler, Mikael Backlund, or Dennis Wideman and one of their several second and third round draft picks. ' ' '