Price doesn't look entirely back to form, but he still played all the simple things in his game to perfection. He looks to be a bit more active and animated (almost like he was depressed in the last few games), but I'd like to see a bit more of the game in him like we're used to seeing. Still, good to see him come out on top in a well-deserved victory.
Eller has been completely owning in every game for awhile now. I really want to see Galchenyuk take it a step up too. The moment where he suddenly "gets it" and his game snaps into pro-level gear, it's gonna be a sight to see.