The Montreal Canadiens have some big questions surrounding them as they head into the final month of the 2013-14 season.
The Habs are coming off a road trip that saw them win just one out of four games. Through 66 games, the team now sits one point behind Toronto for second in the Atlantic Division.
The final five weeks of the season will be a battle for the Canadiens. The Eastern Conference is tight. Every game can be considered a playoff game from here until the end of the season.
Things in Montreal are far from perfect as the end of the season approaches.
Goaltending is an issue all of a sudden, with Carey Price yet to play a game since the Olympic break. Peter Budaj and Dustin Tokarski haven't been good enough.
Injuries have also started taking their toll on the team. Josh Gorges is the latest member of the Habs to go down, joining a list that already includes Price, Brandon Prust and Michael Bournival.
The Canadiens have a few questions that need to be addressed. Their ability to deal with them will determine their fate this season.
Here are the Montreal Canadiens' five biggest questions in the final month of the 2013-14 season.