Price was selected first star of the game twice (on January 3 against Vancouver and January 14 at Boston), second star on three occasions (January 7 versus Minnesota, January 12 against Colorado and January 18 at Columbus) and third star on January 23 against Arizona. He finished ahead of teammates Tomas Tatar, Brendan Gallagher and Joel Armia.
The 31-year-old goaltender registered a 5-3-0 record in eight contests in January, and was tied with A. Vasilevskiy for most shutouts in the NHL for the month with two. Carey Price ranked second among league netminders in both goals-against average (1.51) and save percentage (.953).
Price will be presented with the Molson Cup during a ceremony prior to tomorrow afternoon’s game against the New Jersey Devils at the Bell Centre.