At least one member of the Montreal Canadiens appears to be happy with his performance on Wednesday night.
The Canadiens extended their record to 9-0-1 on the season with a 3-0 win over the Vancouver Canucks. However, after being out-shot decisively 42-22, some members of the Canadiens questioned the team's play. Carey Price though, didn't quite see things the same way.
Captain Max Pacioretty also spoke lowly of the team's win, noting that Price - who collected his first shutout of the season - was one of the team's few shining lights.
"Carey played great but it's hard to look at yourself in the mirror after and say you did everything to help the team win," Pacioretty said, according to TSN's John Lu.
However bad the Canadiens might think they played, with the win the team has now earned at least a point in each of its first 10 games of the season, doing so for just the fourth time in franchise history. Not too shabby.