This is nothing. I'm sure that I'm not the only one that remembers the "Is it time to blow up the Sharks?" thread that surfaced immediately after Dan Boyle threw the puck into our net in Game 3 of the 2010 first round against Colorado. I'm also sure that I'm not the only one who remembers the "Fire Ron Wilson" thread that appeared following the Sharks' first loss of the 2007-08 (or maybe 2006-07) season. I believe that they were 4-1 or 5-1 at the time as well.
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Last edited by Blades of Glory: 04-06-2012 at 11:04 AM.
If someone wants to bet on this happening, I'll gladly take their money.
I'll take that bet big guy! And I would have taken it a month ago too.
This current incarnation of team teal has lost its mental prowess of breaking through the rough waters. Spoiled by poor performances that gained praise instead of criticism and previous years coasting into the post seasons.
I'd actually think not making the post season would be the best thing for em. It'll change their mindset like a slap in the face. Give them a taste of reality.
Sooo..... What do I owe ya Les?
I have to say, two months ago I was pretty frustrated and PO'd with the Sharks. This season really has been a weird one. Expectations being what they are with Team Teal and watching what seemed to be an endless downward spiral didnt help much with my slight mental psychosis. The "Fan" voice in me has always wanted them to WIN, regardless of my outbursts of frustration. This past week though, the Sharks have provided what has been missing the past few months and most of this season.... "High Intensity Hockey!" I havent needed to watch other games around the league to provide my hockey high and for that I'm greatful. Looking forward to Saturdays game for sure and hoping the team that showed up this past week will show up again.
Though at times it was dicey, in fact the odds always were in the sharks' favor to make the playoffs. The talent outs, and it took historic bad luck to even put us close to 50-50 for a very short time this season.
Rumors of the Sharks' playoff chances' demise were greatly exaggerated.