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It’s hard to imagine many positions more scrutinized than being the No. 1 goalie for the Montreal Canadiens, and that attention has only increased for Carey Price since signing a contract that makes him the highest paid goalie in the NHL.

That spotlight shines ever brighter now, with Price off to the worst statistical start of his career and the Canadiens taking the drastic step of firing long-time goalie coach Stephane Waite before the halfway point of the season. The move to Sean Burke as a replacement, at least for the rest of this season, has many wondering what types of changes, if any, Price might be asked to make in his game.

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