Carey Price will still be in the players assistance program upon his return to Montreal

Carey Price will still be in the players assistance program upon his return to Montreal
The Montreal Canadiens announced that Carey Price will be following the after-care process of NHL players assistance program upon his return to Montreal this weekend. As part of this process, which reportedly puts family first, Price won’t be speaking to the media until the timing is okayed with doctors. The Habs have asked that his privacy be respected. This comes after his 30-day treatment for undisclosed mental health issues.

It was revealed yesterday that Price will be meeting with the Habs on Monday to assess his physical state following knee surgery in August and establish a timeline to get back on the ice. The team’s coach Dominique Ducharme suggested that Price might even play a game or two with the Laval Rocket before coming back to the Habs, joining playoffs pal Cole Caufield in the AHL.

#Habs announce Carey Price will be in NHL/NHLPA player assistance after-care process when he rejoins team Monday and won’t be speaking with media until timing is agreed upon by doctors. #HabsIO— Stu Cowan (@StuCowan1) November 6, 2021
Carey Price will still be in the players assistance program upon his return to Montreal

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