About last night …

Let’s provide dialogue for Allen McInnis’s Gazette photo:
Carey Price: “Boring game, eh?”
Andrei Markov: “Da. But we win. And you get shutout.”
Price: “I only had to stop 24 shots.”
Markov: “And we block 19.”
Price: “Thanks for that. Now move your left hand, s’il vous plaît.”

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