Why won't Todd get his head outta his bum bum and figure it out?
Clowe and Pavs don't have good chemistry and it seems like TM is trying to force it. Yet, Manny and Pavs have been absolutely great together.
Early in 2010, Boyle was diagnosed with hockeyus dyslexius (latin for "hockey dyslexia"). This is a rare disease that is found only among NHL players. The disease causes sudden bouts of confusion in its victims, causing them to randomly shoot the puck into their own net. The disease didn't manifest itself until April 19, 2010, when, in game 2 of the Western Conference Quarterfinals against the Colorado Avalanche, Boyle shot the puck into his own net, costing the Sharks the game, and likely leading them to another first round disappointment.
I'm still barfing in my mouth. Couldn't have ended any worse than that. Nice to know they get the lucky bounces and fluke goals, meanwhile playing poorly. I just have to keep envisioning '08 to give me some hope onto the next round.
I've never thought someone would say this! I've suffered for 28 years of my life being a die hard Cubs fan, it blows man, it really does!!!
BTW, I have never felt this bad for a team or there fans (other then us cubbie fans), there is no doubt in my mind u guys are cursed, there is no other explanation, just a really sad way for this to end.
ah well, **** happens, win next game and we go back to SJ and regain Home Ice advantage. Boyle needs to play the game of his life in Game 4 to make up for this. Nothing short of a 5 goal performance should be in order.
You know, watching the interviews, the Sharks player's had a great demeanor (except for Boyle, of course). Meanwhile, Sacco sounded like he'd just had a death in the family. The Avs need to find their way back to their suffocating neutral-zone trap they played in the first game if they want to win this series. Obviously, injuries, and I think the Sharks' physical play is starting to wear them down.
The Hockey Gods will grant a game like this. But not more than that. Avs still need to pull out two wins, and if they don't do something different, they're going to have a tough time doing that.