I won't get on Martinek's case too much because this is unfamiliar territory for him. Only thing I'll say is he should learn from this because he had so many chances and openings to land on Carter.
Not impressed with Carter on how he hid behind the visor...
Sorry, I just can't give a guy a win when he wears the visor and won't get rid of it prior to dropping the gloves. Carter had plenty of time to shed the bucket, but chose not to. This is the same Carter that got tuned like a piano by a much much small (and visorless) Scott Nichols a couple of weeks ago. No respect for Carter, no respect for the Ducks.
This wasn't exactly a situation where Carter has the time to take off his helmet, as it was spontaneous that they both dropped and grabbed. Not to mention, he was crosschecked in the face, so I don't think he was feeling the love for being a "good sport".
He's never been shy about ditching the visor in the past, so this time isn't an issue IMO.
Giving Martinek the moral victory here for getting into his first NHL scrap and actually looking like he was trying to figure out how to land a punch without clocking the helmet and visor. He gets additional points for somehow not incurring his annual catastrophic season-ending injury in the fight.