Training camp preview: Eyes on goalies Luongo, Price

Is Canucks goalie Roberto Luongo happy in Vancouver after enduring nearly two years of trade rumours? And will Montreal Canadiens netminder Carey Price rebound from a tough 2013 season?

Will touted centre Mark Scheifele stick with Jets?

Will Carey Price and Roberto Luongo lead their respective teams. 2:26

The off-season trade of Cory Schneider to New Jersey put Roberto Luongo back in the role of No. 1 goaltender of the Vancouver Canucks.

But is he happy after enduring nearly two years of rumours of his immiment departure? And will he see eye-to-eye with a new head coach, the sometimes fiery John Tortorella?

In Montreal, netminder Carey Price will try to bounce back from a 2013 season that ended with a lower-body injury in Round 1 of the playoffs against Ottawa.

The Canadiens' 2005 first-round draft pick struggled last season, posting a 21-13-4 record but ending up out of the top 40 in the league with a 2.59 goals-against average and .905 save percentage.

It'll be interesting to see how NHL realignment affects the Winnipeg Jets, who endured travel woes the past two seasons since relocating from Atlanta.

And will Mark Scheifele grab hold of the No. 2 centre job and help give the Jets a strong second scoring unit behind the trio of Andrew Ladd, Blake Wheeler and Bryan Little?

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