NEW YORK, N.Y. - Carey Price had an early feeling that one goal might be enough to settle the latest matchup between his Montreal Canadiens and longtime Original Six foe, the New York Rangers.Price outdueled counterpart Henrik Lundqvist, and earned a key win on the strength of Max Paciorettys goal with 4:17 left that lifted Montreal over New York 1-0 on Thursday night.I actually thought about that in the first intermission, Price said. Hank was playing really well. Both teams were playing really strong defensive hockey.Pacioretty sent a wrist shot from above the right circle between the legs of Rangers defenceman Ryan McDonagh that appeared to surprise Lundqvist before squeezing inside the right post for his 22nd goal.I dont expect him to shoot, Lundqvist said. When I am about to push to my left, I got stuck in the post. There is no excuse. I have to expect him to shoot, even though its a tough angle.I have to stop it. This is on me, and its a tough feeling.That goal gave Price his 26th win and third shutout of the season in a stellar 24-save effort. Montreal has won four in a row — three with Price in net.Lundqvist made 25 saves for the Rangers, who have lost two straight following the All-Star break and managed only one goal. They were beaten 4-1 by the Islanders on Tuesday.An inch there, an inch here, we might have been able to beat their goaltender, Rangers coach Alain Vigneault said. They got the goal that made the difference.The Canadiens, eliminated by the Rangers in six games in last years Eastern Conference finals, lead New York by seven points in this seasons playoff race.This rematch had a post-season feel to it.I am just worried about doing my job — stopping the next shot, Price said. Its fun to win games 6-5, but if we want to be successful, were going to have to really bear down on those low-scoring checking games.Tonight we were the team that got the lucky bounce.The netminders took turns in making spectacular saves. Lundqvist snared a shot by Pacioretty with a lunging reach of his glove in the first period that had him staring skyward.Ive shot on him a lot, Pacioretty said. He baited me with the glove and I felt pretty dumb, I took the bait. He was waiting for it. I feel like I couldve shot anywhere else on the net and I wouldve scored.Price shined in the third period, first when he denied Rick Nash on a short-handed breakaway, and then when he turned aside Martin St. Louis with a twisting, sprawling save that left him flat on his back.I just kind of reacted, Price said. I got a shoulder and an ear on it. I thought it went behind me, so I spun around, and it ended up underneath me.Montreal thought it took the lead with 1:56 left in the first when former Ranger Dale Weise ripped a shot that Lundqvist stopped. A video review ensued, and it appeared Lundqvists pad was in the net at the time, but there was no conclusive evidence.The opening period was particularly testy, a somewhat unusual scenario considering the teams hadnt met since New Yorks 5-0 home victory on Nov. 23. The Canadiens won 3-1 in the first game of the season series on Oct. 25.While there was only one fight in the first period — a bout between former Rangers forward Brandon Prust and Tanner Glass with 1:22 remaining — there were several other skirmishes and a near-fight between New Yorks Chris Kreider and physical Canadiens defenceman P.K. Subban.The two came together with 6:55 left. Kreider was called for unsportsmanlike conduct, and Subban was whistled for embellishment. They then jawed at each other as they left the box.Kreider dropped his gloves and grabbed Subban, who kept his gloves on. The two returned to the penalty box because of more unsportsmanlike conduct.I knew it was going to be an intense game, Subban said. You have two teams that are probably two of the best teams in the conference. We wanted to make sure we came out with our best performance.The first period ended with a rough scrum along the boards in the Rangers end that featured Montreals Lars Eller throwing punches at Derek Stepan. Both were sent off for roughing, but Eller received an extra 2 minutes that gave New York its first power play.NOTES: Price has allowed two goals or fewer in 14 of his past 15 appearances. ... RW Lee Stempniak and D John Moore rejoined the Rangers lineup after being healthy scratches against the Islanders. They replaced C J.T. Miller and D Matt Hunwick. Denver Broncos Jerseys China . - Andre Drummond had his best night on the boards. Denver Broncos Dalton Risner Jersey .J. -- Tom Coughlin doesnt have many options at halfback for the winless New York Giants. http://www.cheapbroncos.com/ . In the second game of their day/night doubleheader at Minneapolis, three Blue Jays pitchers, Steve Delabar, Sergio Santos and J. Cheap Denver Broncos Gear . On paper, it looks a little like Andre the Giant taking on a midget wrestler. It has all the makings of a rout with the Americans adding an eighth win in nine outings of this biennial event. The Yanks have eight players in the top 15 in the world while the Internationals have just one. Authentic Denver Broncos Jerseys . The Detroit Tigers star had microfracture surgery Friday to repair the medial and lateral meniscus in his left knee. "I dont want to say it was a surprise," team president and general manager Dave Dombrowski said.Despite making the playoffs for the first time since joining Major League Soccer, Montreal Impacts 2013 season ended with a massive letdown. It wasnt just the 3-0 loss at Houston in the Eastern Conference Knockout Round that hurt; it was the manner of the defeat and the total loss of discipline. As the team prepares to head to Orlando for the final stage of their training camp, there is a different feel around the Impact squad following the appointment of new head coach Frank Klopas to replace the fiery Swiss manager Marco Schallibaum. "Frank is settling in. He has put certain messaging and systems in place," Impact sporting director Nick De Santis said on TSNFC this week. "We made the right decision to move forward and go in a different direction and up until now, we have a very good relationship with Frank. We know what he wants and he knows what we want." "If we go back to that game in Houston, the result, the actions by certain players can give you an idea of what went on for the last two months, the last 10 games of the season. It was very frustrating." "In my position and in Joeys (Impact president Joey Saputo) position, the easiest thing to do was to reconfirm Marco because we set out our objectives at the beginning of the season and we met those objectives – being in the playoffs, winning the Canadian Championship – but when you are making decisions of what is best for the club going forward and whats best for the players, we felt that we needed to go in a different direction." With just over three weeks until the Impact open up the 2014 season, and after a quiet offseason in terms of player signings, De Santis says the club is still looking to add "one or two pieces" to the team. It seems the club is close to announcing the signing of young Uruguayan striker Santiago Gonzalez, who De Santis first met in Argentina on a scouting trip in November. "I managed to see him in my last trip to Argentina and watched him live," De Santis told TSNFC. "Hes a young player but a player with certain qualities that I think can help our team get better up front.dddddddddddd Were still dealing with a few issues but were hoping that is something that can get done, hopefully even before we get to Orlando on the weekend." While Montreals squad hasnt seen as many additions as most teams across MLS, De Santis believes some of the players they have retained from last year will be in a better position to produce top quality performances on a consistent basis. "Hernan Bernadello played half a season last year and I think now you can say that hes basically a new addition because the first six months was an adaptation period. With him now being with the team from day one, he will bring a lot more to the table. We have Nelson Rivas healthy and hopefully we can manage him well and he can give us a good amount of games because when he is on the field feeling well physically and with his head in the right place, he can be a dominant defender in this league." On Monday, the Impact announced the return of Argentine midfielder Andres Romero, who joins the team on loan from Brazilian club Tombense for the second successive season. Romero showed glimpses of his ability in 2013, scoring two goals in 30 regular season appearances, but De Santis expects there is much more to come this season from the former Argentina U20 international. "Were happy that Romero is back because he is another player that showed very good signs in certain moments," said De Santis. "When his wife gave birth to twins, she went back to Argentina and thats when we saw his consistency level had gone down. We just want to make sure now that hes in the best environment for him to be as consistent as possible." With other teams getting much stronger during the offseason, the Eastern Conference will be a fierce battleground in 2014. Repeating the accomplishment of making the playoffs will be a difficult task for Montreal, but with the core of a squad that led the East on a number of occasions throughout the first half of the 2013 season, the Impact feel they are well positioned to hit the ground running when their season opens in Dallas on March 8. 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