MONTREAL - Carey Price now sits third on the Canadiens' all-time wins list among goaltenders after besting the Toronto Maple Leafs on Saturday night.
Price downed the Leafs 3-2 in overtime at the Air Canada Centre to pick up the 259th win of his NHL career in a Canadiens uniform. That's one more victory than Ken Dryden, who drops to fourth on the list.
The 29-year-old goaltender can now eye second all-time, a spot currently held by Patrick Roy.
The former Canadiens' No. 33 picked up 289 career wins with the Canadiens while in Montreal.
Jacques Plante sits in top spot with 314 wins on his resume.
Selected in the first round by the Canadiens 12 years ago, Price is rapidly approaching 500 games played mark with the Canadiens. He's just six appearances away from hitting the milestone, and has posted a 259-171-55 record since making his NHL debut.