Walker didn't want to go..just held on. Orr responding to the hit..nothing personal - just doing his job. Perhaps Laraque would still have a job had he followed his job discription- the way Orr does (instead of malingering through his contract) ! W Orr.
Draw... But, an argument can be made that Walker won the game for the Lighting with this fight. The hit was...ammm... kinda/sorta clean. But, b/c Orr came at him (pretty pathetically) for a fight, it lead to additional time for Orr in the sin bin. During the powerplay the lightning scored. Fighting has its place in hockey. Just ask Matt Walker. As a side note, I think Walker didn't do much in this one (besides one sneaky jab if you pay attention) b/c he was spent from his Rosenhill fight just minutes earlier.
It was good to see Orr challenge Walker after he threw a hit on Rosehill.
Orr is the Leafs number one tough guy. Both guys were tired and Walker knew that finishing the night with a win over Rosehill and a draw with Orr is a pretty good night. Walker didn't want any part of this. Maybe throwing a big hit on Rosehill isn't such a good idea when you're out of gas.