Carey Price signs an autograph for somewhat reluctant fan Paisley McNolty, age 1, after the Canadiens morning skate in Vancouver last March.
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Canadiens goaltender Carey Price will skate his first workout with teammates Monday morning at the Bell Sports Complex, having been back in Montreal from his native B.C. for a few days. But like the rest of the Habs on hand, Price will find the conditions a wee bit different than when the doors to his luxurious dressing room are open.
Price spoke with HIO’s Dave Stubbs Sunday afternoon, 12 hours after the NHL locked out its players, and discussed the current labour situation, how the 2004-05 lockout changed his career, his summer spent in Kelowna and his goaltending plans that are deep in the back of his mind should the lockout last a great long time.