Montreal Canadiens goaltender Carey Price will not be in uniform on Wednesday night when the team hosts the Detroit Red Wings, or on Thursday night when they visit the Pittsburgh Penguins, head coach Michel Therrien told reporters after the morning practice. Price was hurt at the start of Wednesdays practice after facing just one shot as the team worked on their power play. He left the ice in discomfort and appeared to be favouring his leg. A Habs source told TSNs John Lu that Price suffered the injury in Sochi and not before the Olympics. Earlier in the day, head coach Michel Therrien told reporters the goaltender was battling the injury before he left for Russia and that his condition worsened during the Games. "During the Olympics, Carey aggravated a lower-body injury," he said. "He will not play the next two games and hes day-to-day." The team later announced that Dustin Tokarski was being called up from Hamilton of the AHL. Therrien already said Tuesday that Peter Budaj would start against the Red Wings. Price returned home from Sochi this week following an impressive performance at the Winter Olympics, capturing the gold medal with Canadas mens hockey team. He did not participate in the Canadiens Monday practice and took Tuesday off. Detroit Red Wings coach Mike Babcock, who also coached Canada in Sochi, said he was unaware of Price reportedly aggravating an injury during the Games. "I didnt know anything about Carey Price being injured. All I know is that he played real well for us," Babcock said Wednesday. Prior to the Olympic break, Price was 26-17-5 through 48 games with the Canadiens and boasted a .925 save-percentage and 2.33 goals-against average. For those of us who enjoy all brands of football, Wednesday was a big day. The NFL season ended in February. Since then, weve been waiting for the first look at the Toronto Argonauts at minicamp to get our football fix and on Wednesday, we got our chance. Tuesdays heavy rain moved practice from Erindale to Thomas Aquinas Secondary School in Oakville. Rookies and QBs reported, though there were some familiar faces among the so-called newcomers. DB Jalil Carter, who started at corner in last years Grey Cup win, joined DL Donte Paige-Moss and WR Quincy Hurst as returnees who were eligible to practice due to their limited game action a year ago. There were five QBs in red shirts on Wednesday. Veterans Ricky Ray, Trevor Harris and Zach Collaros were joined by newcomer Mitchell Gale and Burlington native Will Finch from Western -- this years CIS QB. Finch went to the Ticats camp last year, giving him two pro camps before his 20th birthday. Most eyes were trained on a couple of wide receivers, with NFL lineage who were both top ten picks in their draft year. Mikee Williams was the tenth pick of the Detroit Lions in 2005, Reggie Williams was the ninth pick in the draft the year before, going to Jacksonville.dddddddddddd. Both have height (Reggie is 64, Mike is an inch taller) and good hands, and they each look to be in good shape. It appeared, at one point, that Mike Williams may have tweaked something in his leg after being pressed in a drill. After taking a knee for a bit of a break, he finished the practice without missing a snap. If one or both Williams make the club, it will add much needed size to the receiving corps. There were no contact drills at all on Day One. One way that a rookie can catch the eye of the coaching staff is by standing out on special teams. Perhaps the most interesting thing on the first day of any CFL camp is watching the American rookies try to get used to the no yards rule. Special Teams Coordinator Mike OShea ran some drills on Wednesday and it was evident not every player read the rule book before heading north. Thursday its back to Erindale for a 2:15pm ET practice. Cheap NFL Jerseys ' ' '