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08-08-2009, 01:09 PM
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Originally Posted by RE-HABS View Post
Price:

Year Team GP GS MIN W L T OTL EGA GA GAA SA SV SV% SO
2007-08 MON 41 40 2413 24 12 0 3 2 103 2.56 1282 1179 .920 3
2008-09 MON 52 49 3036 23 16 0 10 4 143 2.83 1513 1370 .905 1
Career 93 89 5449 47 28 0 13 6 246 2.71 2795 2549 .912 4

Halak:

2006-07 MON 16 16 912 10 6 0 0 2 44 2.89 469 425 .906 2
2007-08 MON 6 4 285 2 1 0 1 0 10 2.11 151 141 .934 1
2008-09 MON 34 33 1931 18 14 0 1 0 92 2.86 1077 985 .915 1
Career 56 53 3128 30 21 0 2 2 146 2.80 1697 1551 .914 4

There, compare now too.
What's this prove? I'm not quite sure.

That Halak has posted just as many shutouts in almost 40 less games?

Or that Halak and Price's stats are eerily similar? (Check AHL/CHL for similar comparison).

Or that Halak has a 0.566 WIN% to Price's 0.534 WIN%?

Or that Halak played playoff teams 10% more than Price last season?

Or that Halak posted very similar in-game stats to Price as a 21-year old in the NHL? (2.89 GAA, .906 SV%, 2 shutouts - 2.83 GAA, .905 SV%, 1 shutout).


I noticed you left out playoff stats for your "argument" as well. Good choice.


And PS. How why did you compare Price versus Halak in the first place? I was simply saying if that argument can be used to say Price is better than Halak - then why use common sense when comparing Halak and Manny?

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