BROSSARD, Que. Authentic Roman Josi Jersey . -- The NHL Eastern Conference final will be more than just a rematch of the Sochi Olympic final between goaltenders Carey Price and Henrik Lundqvist. But thats where much of the attention will be when the best-of-seven series opens Saturday afternoon at the Bell Centre. Price completed a majestic Olympics as he allowed only three goals at the Winter Games in February and backstopped Canada to a 3-0 victory over Lundqvist and Sweden in the final to claim gold. He hopes to do it again in the battle of Original Six teams. "A big reason those two teams got to the gold medal game at the Olympics and why both these teams are here is goaltending," Brandon Prust, a former Ranger now skating on right wing for Montreal, said Friday. "Theyre two of the best goalies in the league, so its a great matchup there." It has been an uneven matchup in recent years however, which has to be a concern for the Rangers. The man they call King Henrik has a dreadful record when he plays in Montreal. In his career, Lundqvist is 4-5-2 at the Bell Centre with a whopping 3.87 goals-against average and .876 save percentage. He has been so bad, successive coaches John Tortorella and then Alain Vigneault have not given him the starting assignments at the Bell Centre. Lundqvists last game in Montreal was Jan. 15, 2012, when he let in four goals and was subbed by Martin Biron. Vigneault has confidence in his No. 1 goalie, however. "I cant comment on what happened in the past," he said. "All I can say is that Lundqvist is one of the best goalies in the NHL. "Hes a goalie that excels under pressure and as far as I know, there is no place in the NHL where he doesnt play well." This season, Cam Talbot started both meetings at the Bell Centre, earning his first career shutout in a 1-0 win on Nov. 16 and losing 1-0 in the regular-season finale for both clubs on April 12. Lundqvist started at home on Oct. 28 and lost 2-0 to Montreal backup Peter Budaj. "I dont think he ever played here when I was with the Rangers," said Prust. "Marty Biron always played here. "I dont think its going to be a big factor in the series. Hes a top goalie for a reason. Weve just got to make sure were getting on him right away, getting lots of shots, getting lots of traffic and just causing some havoc around there to keep that confidence away." Lundqvists last win in Montreal was a 4-3 shootout victory on March 9, 2009. His troubles seem to go back to a wild game in 2008 when the Canadiens stormed back from a 5-0 deficit to defeat the visiting Rangers. Then again, the entire Rangers team has struggled in Montreal, scoring only four goals in their last nine visits. Montreal winger Max Pacioretty isnt counting on Lundqvist crumbling at this point of the post-season. "Hes obviously a world-class goaltender and that whole mental block that you mentioned can change with one save in the first period of Game 1," said Pacioretty. "If we get worried about things we cant control, thats when we start to get away from our game." When hes not facing Montreal, Lundqvist is spectacular. He leads playoff goalies with a .931 save percentage to go with a sterling 1.99 GAA. He was especially solid as the Rangers came back from a 3-1 series deficit in their conference semifinal against Pittsburgh, allowing one goal in each of three straight wins. Price pretty much matched that as Montreal overcame a 3-2 deficit against Boston, allowing one goal in the final two games. He has also matched Lundqvists 1.99 average, to go with a .928 save percentage. "Its not always making the amount of saves, its making saves at the right time and I think hes really figured that out," Pacioretty said of Price. "In that series, every game you could say he made huge saves at the right time and it changed the momentum of the game." In Game 7 in Boston on Wednesday night, Price took the unusual initiative of standing up in the dressing room after the second period with Montreal leading only 2-1 to deliver a speech about staying calm. "Careys a leader," added Pacioretty. "Hes a man of few words, but when he speaks he knows the right things to say. "Hes been a leader since Day One that Ive been here, but right now its at a whole other level. I want to play for a guy like that and Im happy to see him step up like this." The Rangers and Canadiens will meet for the 15th time in the post-season. The teams are 7-7 against each other so far, with New York taking their last meeting in 1996. On the ice, they are similar teams, relying on speed, skill and goaltending to win, so it could make for entertaining, end-to-end hockey even if all three regular-season meetings were low scoring. The Rangers only goal against the Canadiens this season was from Ryan Callahan, who was dealt at the trade deadline to Tampa Bay for Martin St. Louis. "Theyre a lot like our team," said Montreal winger Dale Weise, another former Ranger. "Theyve got a lot of skill and speed up front and their small guys really compete, so its going to be a great matchup." For Montreal, it will be a second straight Original Six matchup against a team with a former Canadiens coach. They beat Boston and coach Claude Julien in the conference semifinal and now face New York and Alain Vigneault, who coached in Montreal from 1997 to 2001. The Rangers lineup features ex-Habs Dominic Moore, Benoit Pouliot and Raphael Diaz. And their top defenceman Ryan McDonagh was drafted by the Canadiens in 2007 but dealt to New York as part of a trade that brought the since-departed Scott Gomez to Montreal. The Canadiens look like theyll start the series with the same lineup they had in Boston, with rookie Nathan Beaulieu on the third defence pair with veteran Mike Weaver. They will soon have the option of using gifted young forward Alex Galchenyuk, who missed the opening two rounds of playoffs with a knee injury. Galchenyuk was cleared for contact practices and was on the ice Friday, but coach Michel Therrien said he will need more practice time before he can be used. "Its obviously tough not to play in the playoffs," said Galchenyuk. "You wait the whole year to be in this position, but Ive got to deal with it." Authentic Dan Hamhuis Jersey . -- Officials have approved a deal to build a new $672 million stadium for the Atlanta Braves away from the downtown Atlanta area that has traditionally been its home. Wholesale Nashville Predators Jerseys . Nix is a career .218 hitter in 425 games over six seasons. 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The success of the 2014 game at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor between the Leafs and Detroit Red Wings, especially in U.S. TV ratings, helped set the stage for the Habs involvement.This is the Bruins second Winter Classic after hosting the Philadelphia Flyers at Fenway in 2010. Boston is the first market to host multiple Winter Classic events, though Chicago has had one of those and a Stadium Series game.We know its a great sports town, its a great hockey town, commissioner Gary Bettman said. The Bruins have a wonderful organization. And the opportunity to go back with this rivalry and play in a large stadium like Gillette, we think its going to be a spectacular day.Gillette Stadium, home of the NFLs New England Patriots, seats 68,756. A sellout wouldnt rival the Big House at Michigan, but it would be a step up from baseball stadiums that have hosted the game previously.On Saturday, Bettman also announced two Stadium Series games for next season: the Minnesota Wild hosting the Chicago Blackhawks at TCF Bank Field in Minneapolis on Feb. 21 and the Colorado Avalanche hosting the Red Wings at Coors Field in Denver on Feb. 27.Wild general manager Chuck Fletcher is looking forward to showcasing the State of Hockey at the University of Minnesotas football stadium.Our owner, Craig Leopold, has been adamantly pursuing this game and (is) very passionate about it, Fletcher said. I think down the road wed even like to get a Winter Classic as our team continues to improve and we make strides. To land a Stadium Series game is a great accomplishment and its going to be a lot of fun.The Blackhawks will be appearing in their league-high fourth outdoor game. They were most recently visitors against the Washington Capitals in the 2015 Winter Classic.I dont think it gets old at all, Chicago winger Patrick Kane said. We kind of view ourselves and pride ourselves on being one of the faces of the league, as far as team-wise.The Winnipeg Jets were supposed to host the Heritage Classic, but the NHL and CFLs Blue Bombers were unable to agree on a date to have the game at Investors Group Field. The league preferred December, but the Blue Bombers wanted it to be later in winter so as not to conflict with the Grey Cup. Adidas Nashville Predators Jerseys. It was the window we had been talking about both with the (Jets) and with the Bombers for a long time, like two years, deputy commissioner Bill Daly said Friday. It was kind of a last-minute pivot by them with respect to no, we dont want to have it so close to the Grey Cup.Bettman said he was hopeful the league could schedule something for the 2016-17 season.Toronto will reportedly host the 2017 Winter Classic and maybe even the all-star game, too, to celebrate the Leafs 100-year anniversary. Bettman said the league wanted to honour that milestone and the NHLs 100th anniversary appropriately and was in discussions with the Leafs about future plans.Bettman also said the Senators have expressed interest in hosting an outdoor game in Ottawa. TD Place, home of the Redblacks, has a capacity of just 24,000, which is the same issue with Montreals Percival Molson Memorial Stadium.The problem is the stadium situation, Bettman said of Montreal. Unless that changes dramatically or we figure out a way to pop up a stadium that would work, theres an indoor stadium and I think the football stadium only seats about 20,000 people, so its not the same experience.The 2016 Winter Classic will be the Canadiens third outdoor game after visiting the Edmonton Oilers in the 2003 Heritage Classic and the Calgary Flames in the 2011 Heritage Classic.During his state of the league address, Bettman also announced that Sportvision would be tracking player and puck movement at Saturday nights skills competition and Sunday afternoons all-star game. There will be chips in jerseys and pucks to track speed and other things.The NHL and NHLPA have discussed the possibility of doing that in the future but have not come to an agreement. This is an experiment, though Bettman said they were in the embryonic stage of discussions.On the value of the Canadian dollar and its impact on next years salary cap, Bettman said it wont cause too much of a decline from the early projection of US$73 million. An 80-cent dollar would see the cap drop to $71.7 million.I assure you, even with the decline in the Canadian dollar, the salary cap does not fall off a cliff, Bettman said. No one can project where its going but the point Im making is, you are not going to see a dramatic difference.The board of governors met Saturday morning in downtown Columbus, and the group was briefed on expansion, among other things. Bettman had little update on the impending season-ticket drive in Las Vegas but confirmed he met with the mayor of Seattle.Las Vegas is considered the front-runner for NHL expansion, with arena issues holding Seattle back. 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