Yeah, that's right. I stole Derek's feature. Anyroad, 2.05 is the difference in shots per sixty minutes between Chicago Blackhawks goaltenders Marty Turco and Corey Crawford thus far in the 2010 - 2011 season. During most of his time with the Dallas Stars, Turco's puckhandling skills enabled him to beat his backup by this measure, often by a significant number. This makes the fact that Crawford is the one allowing fewer shots that much more surprising (Turco is allowing 29.42 shots per sixty minutes compared to 27.37 for Crawford). One of the other times Turco performed poorly by this metric was just last season when he was bested by Alex Auld (Turco allowed 31.19 shots against per sixty minutes; Auld allowed 28.35). On the one hand, the change may not mean much. On the other hand, it may be just one more indicator that Marty Turco has lost his game.