Sports Price earns shutout as Habs snap losing streak

06:35  26 november  2017
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a group of hockey players on the field© Provided by MONTREAL - Carey Price made 36 saves in his return from injury as the Montreal Canadiens shut out the visiting Buffalo Sabres 3-0 on Saturday.

Jeff Petry, Alex Galchenyuk and Paul Bryon scored for the Canadiens (9-12-3), who snapped a five-game losing skid. Montreal's last victory was against the Sabres exactly two weeks ago.

Price missed 10 games with a lower-body injury dating back to Nov. 2. His last shutout was on Feb. 28, 2017.

The Canadiens went 4-4-2 in his absence.

Robin Lehner made 23 saves for the last-place Sabres (6-14-4), who have lost eight of their last nine games.

Price had a shaky start to the season prior to getting hurt, but the 30-year-old looked like his old self between the pipes on Saturday.

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The Canadiens goalie, whose specific injury was never disclosed, made key saves to keep his side in the game.

In the second period, Price made back-to-back saves on Zemgus Girgensons and Johan Larsson in close quarters. In the third, Price stopped Jack Eichel twice on the power play to preserve Montreal's three-goal lead.

Petry got the home side on the board with his third goal of the season at 12:54 of the first period. With Montreal on the power play, Petry's shot from the point went off Rasmus Ristolainen's stick and the puck jumped over Lehner's shoulder.

Galchenyuk made it 2-0 with his first goal in 12 games at 13:58 of the second period. Streaking down the ice on a 2-on-1 with Byron, Galchenyuk buried the rebound after Byron's shot bounced off Lehner's pad.

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MONTREAL – Carey Price made 38 saves for his second shutout in his last three starts and Alex Semin scored his first goal for Montreal as the Canadiens downed the St. Louis Blues 3-0 in the NHL on Tuesday night. The Blues (5-2-0) ended a four-game winning streak .

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Byron got one of his own in the third period when he scored on a short-handed breakaway. The first-line winger intercepted a pass from Eichel and moved in all alone on Lehner, beating him five-hole.

It looked like Evander Kane had spoiled Price's shutout with 32 seconds remaining in the game but the goal was disallowed for goaltender interference.

Shea Weber (lower-body injury) missed his third straight game. Antti Niemi was Price's backup after Charlie Lindgren was demoted to the AHL on Friday.

Notes: Montreal plays seven of its next eight games at the Bell Centre. … It was the third of four meetings between the Canadiens and Sabres this season.

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