Montreal Canadiens goaltender Carey Price has connected to give assistance to two boys who lost their parents throughout the Nova Scotia mass shooting last month.

Price sent out a wholehearted video message to 11-year-old Alex Blair and his 10-year-old sibling Jack, in which he informs the boys: "I just wish to let you know that you're not alone."

"I'm believing about you, and you have a lot of individuals around you that care extremely deeply for you," Price said. "It's OK to speak with them about your feelings and what you're going through."

Greg and Jamie Blair were two of the 22 people eliminated on April 18 and 19 throughout the shooting which spanned 5 rural Nova Scotia communities. The couple ran a firm that provides service, sales and setup of gas and propane units in the area where the shootings occurred.

"You can and you will get through this due to the fact that of the character that was offered to you by your moms and dads," Price stated.

Greg Blair also had 2 older children from an earlier relationship. Tyler, the eldest of the young boys, posted the video on Instagram.

"Just want you to understand how much this meant to my two little brothers. They are still in shock you stated their names," Tyler wrote in the social networks post.

"You are an incredible person! And the very best goaltender worldwide simply to leading things off."