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05-07-2006, 10:13 PM
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At the age of 18, Ken Dryden didn't look like the goaltender who held off the powerhouse Bruins in 1971 and won 6 Cups with the Habs. In fact, the Bruins, who actually drafted him, thought so little of him that they didn't bother signing him and lost their rights to him. Price could be another Dryden, maybe better. No, I don't mean by winning six Cups (because the 21st century Habs aren't a dynasty) but by adding the dimension of superior puck handling. We haven't seen that particular knack in Roy, Thibault, Hackett, Théodore, Garon, Huet, or Aebischer.

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