Habs’ goalie Carey Price has an inspirational message to a couple of young brothers whose parents were victims in Nova Scotia shootings

You can bet that young hockey fans and brothers Alex and Jack Blair will never forget the kindness of Montreal Canadiens goalie Carey Price.

A little over two weeks after 11-year-old Alex and 10-year-old Jack lost their parents Greg and Jamie Blair in the Nova Scotia shootings, Price took the time to send them a special heartfelt message on social media.

“I just want to let you know that you’re not alone,” Price said. He then went on to add, “I’m thinking about you, and you have a lot of people around you that care very deeply for you. It’s okay to talk to them about your feelings and what you’re going through. You can and you will get through this because of the character that was given to you by your parents.”

Alex and Jack’s older brother Tyler showed his strong appreciation by writing on facebook a message of gratitude which read, “Just want you to know how much this meant to my two little bothers. They are still in shock you said their names.”

Back in March, Price also showed his kindness and sensitivity towards others when through the Carey and Angela Price Foundation they donated $50,000 towards Breakfast Club of Canada during the COVID-19 crisis.

The list is impressive in terms of his heartfelt generosity towards young fans, and you can bet that making Price’s video to inspire Alex and Jack Blair is something they will never forget in their lives.

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