1. ‘He never forgot us’: Price’s hometown rallies behind Canadiens goalie  Sportsnet.ca
  2. Carey Price’s B.C. hometown rallying behind Montreal star goaltender  Global News
  3. B.C.-born hockey players vie for Stanley Cup as friends, family cheer them on  CBC Vancouver
  4. Carey Price's B.C. hometown, Ulkatcho First Nation rallying behind Canadiens' star goalie  CBC.ca
  5. Carey Price's B.C. hometown rallying behind Montreal star goaltender  CTV News Montreal
  6. View Full coverage on Google News
Carey Price is a role model for Indigenous people across the country, and has given his hometown, Anahim Lake, B.C., something to cheer for at a time when many are mourning the discovery of unmarked graves outside the sites of former residential schools.Carey Price is a role model for Indigenous people across the country, and has given his hometown, Anahim Lake, B.C., something to cheer for at a time when many are mourning the discovery of unmarked graves outside the sites of former residential schools.

'He never forgot us': Price's hometown rallies behind Canadiens goalie - Sportsnet.ca

While the Vancouver Canucks are the closest NHL team, it's the Canadiens and its star goaltender that are celebrated in the community of about 1,500 people.While the Vancouver Canucks are the closest NHL team, it's the Canadiens and its star goaltender that are celebrated in the community of about 1,500 people.

Carey Price’s B.C. hometown rallying behind Montreal star goaltender | Globalnews.ca

Montreal goaltender Carey Price and the Canadiens are celebrated where he grew up playing hockey in Anahim Lake, B.C., a region inhabited by the Ulkatcho First Nation.Montreal goaltender Carey Price and the Canadiens are celebrated where he grew up playing hockey in Anahim Lake, B.C., a region inhabited by the Ulkatcho First Nation.

www.cbc.ca

On the first night of the Stanley Cup final, a convoy of trucks waving Canadiens flags arrived outside the arena in Anahim Lake, B.C., where Carey Price played hockey as a kid.On the first night of the Stanley Cup final, a convoy of trucks waving Canadiens flags arrived outside the arena in Anahim Lake, B.C., where Carey Price played hockey as a kid.

Carey Price's B.C. hometown rallying behind Montreal star goaltender | CTV News