In my opinion, no doubt. I don't see any goalie's that are better than him. Fleury is not even in my top 10 in the NHL, Luongo is no longer the Luongo of 2010 and Brodeur will be what 42 when the tournament takes place?
I think Luongo is likely to be favoured because of previous success. Price has yet to show an ability to win under pressure, by which I mean, win a playoff series in which the outcome was not already expected. I think this will likely happen this year, however.
And I think its only a matter of time before Price establishes himself as the best goalie in the league. As it is I wouldn't deal him straight up for any other netminder.
I wouldn't trade Price for any goalie in the league either, I think he's at least as good as the other elites in the league and is probably the most complete goalie in the league when you factor in his size and puck handling.
However, fair or not, few people besides Habs fans are going to say he's the best in the league right now. He doesn't play for as good of a team as some of his competition, but the fact is until his team starts winning regularly, Price will have his doubters. Guys like Luongo and Ward are more "established" than Price, even if he's better.
And I really don't want to hear the term generational talent again. Patrick Roy was a generational talent, let's be fair, even the biggest Price fanboy on the planet couldn't equate him with Roy right now.