He's been better than Amac and Hamonic this season...so there's that.
Hamonic has been much better lately. I think he was just trying to force things early on because our D was thin and we were losing. When he tries to be Bobby Orr he fails to be the Hammer. He has to stick to what he does best to help the team. That's the thing I like about Strait, he knows his limitations and doesn't try to do more than he's capable of. He follows the KISS formula to a T.