Fleury's past 2 years have been the best 2 years of his career. They've brought in Vokoun so you can already assume his starts are going to take a dip (even if not by much).
Basically, in an ideal year from Fleury, with Vokoun behind him, you're looking at what? 60-62 starts, a .915 SV% (average between his past two seasons), and a 2.34 (average between past two seasons), with 3 SO. With a win % of .59 over past two years, you're looking at about 35 wins.
That's pretty much an ideal year.
If you say in an ideal year from Price, on a bad team, you're looking at the year he went .923, 2.35, 38 wins, 8 SO.
So comparing ideal year vs. ideal year (even though I'd argue Price could put up better numbers than his best year to date while I'd never expect Fleury to clear .920), Price handily wins in SV%, GAA is virtually equal, Price wins SO handily. Even if you think Fleury wins more games that's 1/4 categories.
Even in a bad year for Price (last year), GAA is going to be close (maybe slight edge to Fleury, although his GAA has been above 2.6 most years), Price will win SV%, Fleury will take wins, and Price will take SO.
So ideal year of Fleury vs. bad year of Price = a virtual tie, slight edge to Fleury because SO are unreliable.
Good year of Price vs. Good year of Fleury = Price dominance. I have issues relying on a goalie who I know under ideal circumstances has virtually no chance of clearing .920 SV% and who has never posted more than a few SO. Basically Fleury is good for wins (which will drop due to a more capable backup... even if you only take a few starts away from it, it pretty much caps his wins at around 35-36) and potentially GAA/.
But anyway... I know my viewpoints, and everyone else knows theirs.