No doubt about it, losing an Olympic semifinal game against Canada stings for the U.S. men’s hockey team. Those expecting a sullen, detached effort in the bronze medal game Saturday haven’t seen that so far, as they’re working hard against Finland through one period.
The best example came during a stretch of play in which Finland somehow failed to score while the net was often empty and Jonathan Quick was frequently sprawling. Here are a few photos of that heart-stopping span …
… With the highlight being Ryan Kesler’s blocked shot that could probably be deemed a save:
Contrary to earlier reports about him missing about a month, it sounds like his window of recovery is still up in the air (which, to be fair, could mean that he’ll still miss about a month when it’s all said and done).
ESPN’s Pierre LeBrun reports that Price underwent testing with Montreal’s team doctor on Saturday and is expected to go through more; we may not know more about his expected injury timeline until early this coming week.
Carey Price met with team doc today. Will undergo more tests. Habs likely won't have more concrete info until early in the week