It's not that uncommon but I'm predicting a comeback for Sask.
They were skating better in the third period so maybe they will.
There has been something not right with this team all year, it's not necessarily wrong but the chemistry is just off, they have enough talent but the players seem to be pulling and pushing against each other at the same time.
Dietz pulled an epic move on Shinkaruk in the first game. It was near the end of the game and Saskatoon had pulled it's goalie and the puck had gotten out of the Tiger's end and Shinkaruk had a half-step on Dietz. So Dietz used his stick like a canoe oar to Shinkaruk's mid-section and used his stick in a rowing motion to slow Shinkaruk down while simultaneously giving himself a turbo boost of speed and was able to get to the puck ahead of Shinkaruk. Shinkaruk was still livid about it 5 minutes later when he was complaining to the ref's. It looked like a natural movement until you stop and think how did Dietz win that race until they showed a replay of it. It should of penalty, which would of been an automatic goal because there wasn't a goalie in the Blades net at the time.