Halak wants to take time before thinking new contract
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05-25-2010, 07:08 PM
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As much as Walsh and Halak have complained about not getting fair treatment, we didn't once hear Price or his agent say he wasn't getting fair treatment and that he demanded a trade because he wasn't #1 anymore.
Price was always deemed the favourite and received special treatment, but for some reason he seems less controversial and easier to please than that of Halak and Walsh.
I think Walsh is telling his client he has wrote his cheque, and it doesn't have to be with Montreal.
Price was also the favored child for years. Halak could not have hoped to stay in goal for longer than a handful of games when Carbo and Gainey ran the show. Look at the previous playoff runs, Halak played one game in spite of Price faltering in a combined sixteen playoff games. This season he had to decimate Price is every way possible, while Price struggled to finally secure the starter position and I firmly believe Martin had more to do with that than we know.
Halak had a right to demand a trade and his agent was hardly unreasonable. Halak was being ignored and now has become our golden boy. Walsh has every reason in the world to slap us for this.
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