Carey Price Waves Goodbye To Canadiens Fans
Total Pro Sports – If you missed the game last night, the Montreal Canadiens were swept by the Boston Bruins in the first round of the 2009 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs.
In the second period after the Bruins took a 4-1, Canadiens goaltender Carey Price had a Patrick Roy moment and waved to his hometown fans as they cheered sarcastically that he made a save.
“Oh, Patrick Roy moment for Carey Price!!!!!!” Said the announcer
Back in 1995 in his final game as a Hab, Patrick Roy allowed 9 goals in an 11-1 loss to the Detroit Red Wings and waved to the crowd as the fans cheered when he finally stopping a puck. After he was pulled he walked over to Team President Ronald Corey who was sitting behind the bench and told him he was done as a Canadien. Patrick Roy was then traded to the Colorado Avalanche and that same year went on to win the Stanley Cup.
So where does this leave Carey Price and and his future with the Canadiens? They have another good goalie in Jaroslav Halak who many think should have been in since game three in this series. Is Carey Price done in Montreal? He showed he can act like Roy, but will he ever be able to play like him?