The Montreal Canadiens continue to carry arguably some of the worst injury luck we've ever seen. 

With Carey Price already sidelined, the team has now lost Jake Allen as it looks like he's going to enter the concussion protocol. 

That leaves waiver wire pick up Samuel Montembeault as the team's starting goalie and he hasn't exactly turned heads since he joined the Habs. 

While he looked a bit better last night, the 25 year old has only registered a 3.77 goals against average and .890 save percentage along with a 0-3-1 record. 

General manager Marc Bergevin called up Cayden Primeau late Saturday night. 

Does head coach Dominique Ducharme have confidence in Montembeault as a starting goalie or will he turn to Primeau?

His comments after last night's game were pretty interesting. 

“We see him, he’s been progressing since he’s been with us,” Dominique Ducharme said. “But there’s no doubt we’re going to need Cayden (Primeau), depending on what happens with Jake. We will need our two goalies and we’ll evaluate the situation every day. We also want to see how Cayden reacts after having a good start in the AHL.”

Did Ducharme just admit he'll likely be turning to Primeau as his starting goalie?