What's funny is I've watched this game so long I could tell by the sounds of the ice, players and refs that Mike was trailing the play quite a bit on the radio. His commentary just doesn't line up with the background sounds at all, so it was not surprising to confirm that on the TV today.
As a radio listener for Sunday's game he rarely says the time remaining, fixable but annonying in 3-2 game with lots of faceoffs with less then five to go.
Also frustrating is when he reverts back to doing color commentating. His fun player facts are long and as a radio listener very annonying.
All fixable, he's got a high ceiling. But it's the NHL it's really not supposed to be the place you intern for a job at and we deal with the growing pains.