Lee is senior. Both are average skaters. Lee is a moderate level caller. Walsh is loose. Because he is loose, Walsh has some issue with third period game control, however his game control numbers are reasonable. Lee's control is average. Lee and Walsh definitely do not try to even up calls. Neither tends to swallow the whistle in the third period. No home advantage from either. Lee has a high safety rating, Walsh low. Another new category is calling a second penalty (5on3s); neither is noted for it.
Lee has a very low call quality rating while Walsh is high. That means call consistency, calling same play same way from beginning to end. Some game control issues have been noted on Lee in reviews.
Chris "The Beak" Lee #28
Ian Walsh #29
sorry didn't have the time to do more this time around
Hot goaltender + not so hot team = typical Sharks loss.
We really should destroy Montreal. They are not very good, well actually, their defense is worse than ours , Cammalleri is hurt, and well, that should be enough. I'm feeling a nice return to form for our offense and Nabokov having an easy day, for once, in a 4-0 win.
This game day thread is not nearly offensive enough, daggubbit. I have no idea how the Sharks will do, so I won't bother snogging. I wish I had some poutine right now, I've never had cheese curds before...
My real hope for the game is that TM puts Manny with Pavs and Seto and Clowe goes back to the line with Nichol and Ort. If that happens I say we win.
All_Habs: RT @RogersSportsnet: Sheldon Souray has a hand infection from the surgery he underwent and is done for the season.
That's really messed up. That can be major serious. My friend almost had to have his hand removed due to an infection in an injury to his hand. If he's out the rest of the season that infection must be really bad. Hope he gets better soon.
"This is not a nick or a scratch, this is an open wound" - Doug Wilson.