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05-01-2013, 09:08 AM
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Originally Posted by Agnostic View Post
When you bring Prices age into the mix it's a good sign you've lost the argument. The guy has 336 games played 26 in the playoffs if he isn't mentally ready now he isn't going to be. If Habs go out in the first round Bergevin needs to look at the position carefully.
Brodeur had 160 wins in 301 games at the same age.

He had also a 0,915 save percentage and a GAA of 2,16(team stat), while playing the majority of this at the start of the lowest scoring era of hockey, in a better and more defensive team. The cup and playoffs performance are the big difference thought, but we can't ask Price to do it alone.

Price has now 145 wins after 310 games, also he has a 0,915 save percentage and a GAA of 2,56 (again a team stat).

Price is fine, he isn't one of the team problem. I want him to step up in the playoffs tought. Also, that's comparing him with one of the best goalie of all-time and I'm not saying he is as good as Brodeur.

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