Allan Walsh is never been one to mince words.
The controversial player agent is known to be vocal with his opinions regarding his clients, and continued that trend again today. Walsh voiced his displeasure with the New York Islanders on Saturday regarding their goaltending situation. The club is currently carrying three netminders again this season, something he believes is effecting their quality of play.
Walsh suggested that the three goalies - two of which are his clients - are not receiving the appropriate amount of practice time to "stay sharp."
Walsh suggested that Isles' goaltender Jaroslav Halak, who is one of his clients, only got one good day of practice leading up to the team's loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins on Thursday. Walsh also represents third-stringer J-F Berube, who has yet to make a start this season behind Thomas Greiss.
Halak has gone two wins in five starts this season, registering a 3.04 G.A.A to go along with a .901 save percentage.