The all-time leader in wins among Montreal Canadiens goaltenders, Price has been a fixture with the team for over a decade and fans all over the world love to wear his jersey with the familiar number 31 on it. The first overall pick in the 2005 NHL Entry Draft, he debuted with the Habs in 2007-08 and quickly affirmed himself as the team's starting goaltender. By 2010-11, he paced the NHL in wins for the first time (38) and performed valiantly whether or not the team made it to the postseason or not. The 2014-15 campaign was one of the greatest single-season efforts ever by a netminder as he won 44 games and posted a career-best 1.96 goals-against average before taking home the Hart Trophy, Vezina Trophy, Jennings Trophy, and the Ted Lindsay Award!. In 2018-19, he became a member of the 300-win club and won 35 times as the Habs challenged for a playoff spot.