Montreal Canadiens' Carey Price makes a save in the third period against the Tampa Bay Lightning during the Stanley Cup finals in Montreal on July 2, 2021.

Price didn’t practise with his teammates in Brossard after not dressing for Sunday night’s 5-3 loss to the Boston Bruins at the Bell Centre. Monday was a day off for the team.

Before Sunday’s game, head coach Martin St. Louis announced Price wouldn’t travel to New York for Wednesday’s game against the Rangers, but that he might play in the final regular-season game Friday night at the Bell Centre against the Florida Panthers.

After practice Tuesday, the Canadiens said Price would travel to New York, but it was for a medical appointment concerning the knee surgery he had last July for a torn meniscus. That surgery was performed at New York’s Hospital for Special Surgery by Robert Marx. The Canadiens said Price remains listed as “day-to-day” but you have to think his season is over and his future remains uncertain.

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