In reality, the Pittsburgh Penguins are 0-2-0 with one goal scored entering their game against Montreal at Consol Energy Center. The matchup seems to favor Price, who has stopped 55 of 58 shots in his first two starts, while backup Mike Condon allowed one goal on 21 shots in a 3-1 win against the Ottawa Senators on Sunday.
The Canadiens, however, don't believe the Penguins' start is indicative of their skill level.
"There's going to be a game in the near future where they're going to put up a lot of goals and we just have to make sure it's not against us," Canadiens forward Max Pacioretty said. "They have probably the best firepower up front in the League and it's going be a big challenge for us tonight."