I'm eating crow for sure but his game was not all roses. He cost us several clearing attempts by avoiding body contact or an area where contact would likely occur. That head first dive in the 1st to block a shot (admirable) was caused by his failure to go get the puck at the half wall, which allowed an easy keep in. I think his positives might continue to outweigh his negatives if he can force a dimension to the game that doesn't play into the Ducks strengths (ie stretch the ice as he did last night, generate some speed, some dynamics on the PP). If the Ducks can force the issue by applying their game to him, he will be a liability. Gotta run... stewed crow in the pot on the stove needs some more stirring and a dash of cayenne pepper.