Price becomes Habs’ winningest goalie in victory over Wings

Carey Price set the Montreal franchise record for most wins by a goalie, Max Domi scored two goals, and the host Canadiens defeated the reeling Detroit Red Wings for the ninth consecutive time, 3-1 decision Tuesday.With his 315th regular-season victory, Price supplanted Jacques Plante for the team mark. He made 20 saves as the Canadiens completed a sweep of the four-game season series by a 21-7 aggregate score.Brett Kulak collected the other goal for Montreal while Tomas Tatar recorded two assists.Andreas Athanasiou scored the only goal for the Red Wings, who have lost 11 of their last 12 games (1-8-3). Jonathan Bernier made 33 saves.The Red Wings played without leading scorer Dylan Larkin for the fourth consecutive game due to a neck strain. Detroit defenseman Jonathan Ericsson suffered a lower-body injury in the first period and did not return.Both teams were awarded two power plays, but no goals were scored in those situations.The Canadiens outshot the Wings 13-6 in the first period, but the game remained scoreless.Montreal finally broke through at 12:27 of the second period when Andrew Shaw took a shot from the right boards that Domi redirected past Bernier. Domi’s 23rd goal was also assisted by ex-Red Wing Tatar.