Carey Price was Tuesday's MVP, and that isn't a surprise

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Carey Price was Tuesday's MVP, and that isn't a surprise
Carey Price was Tuesday's MVP, and that isn't a surprise

There were a lot of early-season discussions around the play of Carey Price, with his games leaving fans perhaps wanting a little bit more from the 84-million-dollar man. In his last six starts, Price has turned that narrative on its head, stealing points and giving his teammates every possible chance to win. In those starts he has posted save percentages of .970, .923, .840, .930, .939, and .943. The one standout is the .840, a key win over the Boston Bruins where the Montreal Canadiens struggled after the opening minutes, but Price shut the door in key moments. In his most recent win on Tuesday night, Price was in fine form, needing expertly placed shots like Zach Werenski's to best him. With

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