What do you need to know about last nights big stories? Joe McDonald gives us his take on the biggest and best. This is where we say Morning, Joe.Pressure is on Price: If the Montreal Canadiens had the blueprint to keep goalie Carey Price healthy, successful and fresh for a possible Stanley Cup playoff run this spring, it has been shredded because his workload is about to increase. The Atlantic Division leaders lost two key players as forwards Alex Galchenyuk and David Desharnais will both be sidelined six to eight weeks with knee injuries. This could be devastating for the Canadiens. Galchenyuk, 22, has been a potent offensive threat with nine goals and 14 assists for 23 points in 25 games. Montreal hasnt been a dominant team from a defensive standpoint, but when you have the best goalie in the world, it makes up for any deficiencies on the back end. Along with veteran blueliner and first-year Canadien?Shea Weber, Price will need to play out of his mind. His workload will increase as the teams puck possession will likely decrease. Veteran forward Andrew Shaw, who won two Stanley Cup championships with the Chicago Blackhawks before being traded to Montreal, can be moved from the wing to center, but thats not the solution. A trade is not, either. Price will have to do his job to keep the Canadiens in a playoff position.Out of the box, Caps: If Washington Capitals coach Barry Trotz wants to publicly criticize captain Alex Ovechkin for being penalized too much, that message needs to extend to Ovechkins teammates. While No. 8 stayed out of the box during a 4-3 overtime win over the Boston Bruins on Wednesday, it was a power-play score that helped Boston erase a three-goal deficit to tie the game late in the third period. It was a stupid penalty by the Capitals Tom Wilson that led to a game-tying goal from Bostons?Colin Miller. On the penalty, the Bruins Anton Blidh got rid of the puck in plenty of time before Wilson came in with a late hit and made head contact. Its those types of penalties, especially with a one-goal lead, that the Capitals need to avoid. It doesnt matter if its Ovechkin or any of his teammates. An undisciplined team wont win, and Trotz is trying to make that point.Best of luck, John: Im going to miss everything about?John Scott?and what he stood for during his 10-year NHL career. Ive enjoyed his openness in the last calendar year over his All-Star appearance in Nashville last winter. It was wonderful to see how the fans and players accepted his presence at the event, even though it started off as an online voting joke. The NHL now has the John Scott Rule in place so a player who is demoted or injured wont get into the game again. He recently wrote a column in The Players Tribune in which he announced his retirement. It was a wonderful and honest read from an educated husband and father. He believes fighting should remain part of the game, and I agree, as long as its not staged. Yes, the game is changing, but I hope theres another quality guy like John Scott in this game soon, with the only difference being he can score a few more goals. D. J. Wilson Jersey . MLS Commissioner Don Garber and Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez also will attend the session, which was announced Monday. The league has discussed placing its next two expansion teams in Miami and Atlanta. Oscar Robertson Jersey . But Bourque, who has missed three games with a lower-body injury, wont be in the lineup when the Habs travel to Buffalo to take on the Sabres on Wednesday. http://www.cheapbucksjerseys.com/?tag=cheap-shabazz-muhammad-jersey .ca. Kerry, Just watched the shootout in the Coyotes/Leafs game and I have to ask, why was the James van Riemsdyk goal allowed to count? All of the video replays we were shown on TV were inconclusive about whether the puck had entirely crossed the line or not. Marshall Plumlee Jersey . Soukalova missed only one target and completed the 15-kilometre course in 40 minutes, 32.6 seconds for both victories in this seasons individual discipline. Darya Domracheva of Belarus was second, 34. Xavier Munford Jersey . -- An ugly goal by Nick Bonino helped the Anaheim Ducks overcome the defensive-minded Phoenix Coyotes on a night when their ragged power play continued to struggle. NEW YORK -- Longtime ESPN personality Mike Tirico will make his NBC Sports debut next week as host of the British Open.Tirico will be on both NBC and the Golf Channel for the tournament from the Royal Troon in Scotland, which starts July 14 and runs through July 17.Tirico moves farther south next month, when he will be hoost of NBCs daytime coverage of the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.ddddddddddddAt the end of August, he will do play-by-play for two NFL exhibition games.Tirico moved to NBC after 25 years at ESPN. ' ' '