Carey Price will not play against the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Or in Carolina Thursday or against the Leafs on Saturday.
The Canadiens have announced that Price has been diagnosed with a “mild concussion” by team doctor David Mulder.
The goaltender is out for what little remains of the season.
And it is likely Price will not be a member of Team Canada for the world championships.
Price was injured in a collision with David Desharnais, of all people, during the Canadiens’ practice on March 20.
He has made four starts – including two on the road, with air travel – since the injury.
Price did not report the headaches he’s had to the club until Monday.
Price finishes the season with a 26-28-11 record. He had a GAA of 2.43 and a save percentage of 91.6.
The goaltender’s contract expired at the end of this season.
If he does not sign by July 1, Price will become a restricted free agent.