Jonathan Drouin and Christian Dvorak miss Canadiens practice
Forwards Jonathan Drouin and Christian Dvorak missed the Montreal Canadiens' practice on Monday morning.
The team said both players were enjoying a day of treatment.
Drouin has not played in the last two games for the Habs after being hit in the face by a shot from teammate Brett Kulak on Tuesday in a 3-0 win over the Detroit Red Wings.
Head coach Dominique Ducharme said last week that Drouin did not suffer a concussion, but that the team was playing it safe.
Journée de traitements pour Jonathan Drouin et Christian Dvorak.
Therapy day for Jonathan Drouin and Christian Dvorak.#GoHabsGo
Dvorak played in the Habs' first 13 games of the season. He has one goal and four assists, but has a minus 13 rating.
The Habs will host Phillip Danault and the Los Angeles Kings on Tuesday at the Bell Centre. The Kings defeated the Canadiens 5-2 in Los Angeles on Oct. 30.
A Habs official said Carey Price was at the practice facility on Sunday and he's expected there tomorrow.
A #Habs official says Price was at the Brossard practice facility yesterday and will be there tomorrow morning. Yesterday was a day off for the team.— John Lu (@JohnLuTSNMtl) November 8, 2021
This report by The Canadian Press was first published in French on Nov. 8, 2021.