Looking at history, Miller has only been sub 2.50 and over .920 once in his entire career, which was in 09/10 (great season). The last two seasons, he's been good but not great, 2.50-2.60, .916 and 5/6 shutouts. Price has had two sub 2.50 seasons, both the last two years. He's also hit .920+ twice as already mentioned, though the first time was his rookie season. Also the last two seasons he's had 8 and 4 shutouts respectively, so that's a bit more random. Wins edge likely Miller due to being on a better team, though Price did have 38 two seasons ago so maybe he'll be able to steal a few more games this season. Who knows really. Also, in a shortened season, more B2Bs may mean more of Enroth, which could cut into Miller's wins. I'm more confident in Price having a greater workload, but no way of knowing for sure until the schedule comes out.
What does this mean? It means you can argue one way or the other for this season, but looking at recent numbers there isn't a clear cut choice.
I voted for Price, but really it's a coin flip. The voting shows.
All I've got...all I've got is insane!
Last edited by horrorfan; 11-08-2012 at 11:36 AM.