As we've known for a few weeks now, the Habs started training camp today without the services of Carey Price
and, barring a miracle, he should not play in the 2022-2023 season.
However, as Marc-Olivier Cook of Danslescoulisses.com reports, the goalie is expected to spend the season in Montreal and there is a real possibility that he will be around the team during the year.
As for what role he might have within the organization, let's just say we don't know much about it. During his show Les Amateurs de sports
on 98.5, host Mario Langlois spoke with Canadiens general manager Kent Hughes, and Hughes provided some clarification on the matter.
He said that he has offered some sort of mentoring role to Price for next year, but that the final decision will be up to him if he's not comfortable with it all.
"You stay around the team as much as you want, but if you find it mentally difficult, we'll keep a clean sheet and it's up to you."
That's great news about Carey Price
's future in the Habs organization and, short of being able to play, he could bring some pretty interesting expertise to the organization's young players. After all, who better than Price to understand the media pressure of playing in Montreal.
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