Carey Price: Brodeur’s Successor?

Posted: 8th May 2010 by Neil Grewal in NHL
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Carey Price has seen a lot of criticism during his last two seasons with the Montreal Canadiens. After being drafted 5th overall in 2005, fans automatically thought that he was meant to be the new savior of their franchise. After leading the Hamilton Bulldogs to the Calder Cup in 2007, Montreal fans could not help but believe that Carey Price would be the one to lead them to the Stanley Cup in the very near future. With that kind of pressure and expectation, it's not at all surprising that this would affect his play. In the 2007-08 season, Price had a great rookie year going 24-12-3 while posting a 2.56 GAA, .920 Sv % and 3 shutouts. The following season was where his play started to get a little shaky. While he did go 23-16-10, he had a 2.83 GAA, .905 Sv %, and 1 shutout and also could no ...

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