If it's one thing the Montreal Canadiens have been known for throughout their history, it's producing great goalies.
It's almost like a factory how the team seems to have great goalies decade after decade.
While the NHL is scared and complaining about facing a well rested Carey Price in a 24 team playoff format, the Habs' top goalie prospect just got some recognition of his own.
Laval Rocket goalie Cayden Primeau was named as a the goalie to the AHL's All-Rookie Team for the 2019-20 season.
This is pretty big news for the 20 year old as there was a couple of solid rookie goalies in the AHL this past season.
The Habs' 2017 7th round pick registered a 17-11-3 record along with a 2.45 goals against average and .908 save percentage.
Stick tap to the youngster with a bright future ahead.
Introducing your 2019-20 AHL All-Rookie Team. Details: https://t.co/FEUcs6FEuI pic.twitter.com/1nybCBGSxn
— AHL (@TheAHL) May 19, 2020