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Rask vs Price.

View Poll Results: Who do you think will be better?
Price 45 26.47%
Rask 125 73.53%
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06-08-2013, 12:16 AM
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Rask vs Price.

Who is better?
Who has a better future?
Who holds more value?

Both taken in the 2005 draft.

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06-08-2013, 12:19 AM
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Rask.

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06-08-2013, 12:21 AM
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-rask
-rask but price can become better
-after these playoffs probably rask

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06-08-2013, 12:53 AM
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Lol the timing of this. Rask just came off a terrific 2 shutout series and Price struggled at the end of his season. Rask will win overwhelmingly. Makes me wonder if the OP is seeking validation for his fellow Finn.

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06-08-2013, 12:59 AM
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I am not a GM but I would bet that the answer to questions #2 and #3 is still Price.

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06-08-2013, 01:05 AM
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Lol the timing of this. Rask just came off a terrific 2 shutout series and Price struggled at the end of his season. Rask will win overwhelmingly. Makes me wonder if the OP is seeking validation for his fellow Finn.
The OP thinks that they both have been hyped from time to times, and have both had their moments. He also thinks that they are very close in terms of value but cant decide it himself. The OP also thinks, that you have a very hard buttpain. Something that cant be handled on medicine. Welp


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06-08-2013, 04:17 AM
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-rask but price can become better
-after these playoffs probably rask
Carey Price has faced well over 10,000 shots at the NHL level.

Just because he was a high draft pick does not mean he has secret untapped potential.

At some point, what you see is what you get.

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06-08-2013, 06:53 AM
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This goes back and forth. It has been Price for the first half of this season and it has been Rask since and it has swung back and forth since Rask came to Boston.

I think Price will be back to being a dominant goaltender next year and this battle will go on for quite a while but if I had to choose who to take it would be Rask with a lot of respect for Price.

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06-08-2013, 07:49 AM
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Price ainec, typical HFboards "what have you done for me lately"-logic going on here.










Oh I forgot that Rask's career sv% is best in the league.


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06-08-2013, 08:02 AM
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Where's the one for equal?

I think it'll go back and forth between who's better for most of their careers.

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06-08-2013, 08:32 AM
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Where's the one for equal?

I think it'll go back and forth between who's better for most of their careers.
This for me.

Year ago it was Price.. halfway this season still Price, and now it's Rask.

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06-08-2013, 09:40 AM
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This for me.

Year ago it was Price.. halfway this season still Price, and now it's Rask.
Yup. Just like how Quick is better than Lunquist now somehow.

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Gotta love the timing of the thread...

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Carey Price has faced well over 10,000 shots at the NHL level.

Just because he was a high draft pick does not mean he has secret untapped potential.

At some point, what you see is what you get.
why? he is putting his game together, his lower body strength to push and get back in position, his rebound control, his poise. They are all elite and better than rask, he just has had a tough time playing in a market like montreal with a inconsistent montreal team.

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If Price had Rasks demeanor in net (I.E. more acrobatic plus more hungry to do anything possible to make a save) he'd be far and away better than Rask.

Since Price hasn't had that in his game except for his best season to date, I'd have to rank Rask as the better goalie currently unless Price rediscovers that fire.

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why? he is putting his game together, his lower body strength to push and get back in position, his rebound control, his poise. They are all elite and better than rask, he just has had a tough time playing in a market like montreal with a inconsistent montreal team.
When you're arguing something as subjective as poise and ability to get back in position, no one can prove you wrong.

It's weird to me Price's best season as a goalie in his career just barely tops Rasks' worst.

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When you're arguing something as subjective as poise and ability to get back in position, no one can prove you wrong.

It's weird to me Price's best season as a goalie in his career just barely tops Rasks' worst.
By looking up stats yes, Boston also has arguably the best defensive team in the league. Montreal is nowhere close. People would realize that if they watched Habs games. Rask career high in GP is also only 45? I believe.
In Carey's best year he played 72 games.

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Timing is bad and I still voted for Rask but keep in mind the most hockey he has played in one season is a whopping 58 games (regular season and playoffs combined) 4 seasons ago. This could easily change. But yea, the timing is ill-fitting

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Pretty much equal IMO. In the future, either one could take it.

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Rask is the second best goalie in the league

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Rask. Price is a workhorse but Rask has had much better results in the net. I'll take my chances Rask can handle a full season's workload.

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Rask. not close.

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I'd take Dipietro over Price, so Rask by far.

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This was a real discussion midway through the season

It's not anymore.

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06-08-2013, 01:32 PM
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Rask and it really isn't close. I don't even think Price will ever be a top tier goalie in the NHL, and that horrendous playoff record, when it matters most, doesn't help

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