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Playoffs 2013Did You See That? Carey Price needs dental work

Posted: Friday, May 3, 2013 | 08:53 PM

Categories: MTL vs OTT, Montreal Canadiens, Ottawa Senators, Playoffs 2013

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Montreal Canadiens goaltender Carey Price, right, lost his tooth during the second period against the Ottawa Senators Friday night at the Bell Centre. (Graham Hughes/Canadian Press) Montreal Canadiens goaltender Carey Price, right, lost his tooth during the second period against the Ottawa Senators Friday night at the Bell Centre. (Graham Hughes/Canadian Press)

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Montreal Canadiens goaltender Carey Price chipped two teeth during the second period against the Ottawa Senators Friday night at the Bell Centre.
Calling Dr. Tim Whatley.

That seems to be theme in the opening series between the Montreal Canadiens and Ottawa Senators.

One night after Sens goaltender Craig Anderson lost a tooth, Habs counterpart Carey Price chipped two teeth in the second period of Game 2 Friday night at the Bell Centre.

The future dental work was needed when Price was kicked in the mask by Habs defenceman Jarred Tinordi.

Price would then skate to the bench and hand parts of his cracked teeth to one of the trainers.


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