The reference to ntoskernel just means it was a kernel crash - which we already knew.
If you read my debug analysis, it's much much more in depth. It also references a kernel executable, but you'll see that in a lot of BSOD's that are kernel-related. You have to be able to dig deeper (which is what I did with Windbg, and how I generated that bugcheck analysis).
WhoCrashed, BlueScreenView, etc. are just basic tools - WinDbg is the real powerful tool to use to read crash dumps....but it's quite complicated.