like the way they're skating tonight
Beauty shot from Bieksa.Imagine how well this team would be doing if Luongo didn't give up some stupid goal in half the games.
Good game 1, either the Sharks looked tired or the Canucks are that fast. Other than a decent 10 minutes or so in the second, the Sharks never got anything going offensively.Canucks did deserve that win, but holy shit they got some breaks from the refs. Hopefully it will even out a bit from here on out.
I dont even like Hockey but this Bobby guy sounds like a real douche. If hes a San Jose fan, Im hoping on the Canucks bandwagon
Finn, on an unrelated note, we should have a Henry Cottos Mustache Hair Contest
Not sure what low blow you are referring to. Since you have to explain it it obviously didnt go over too well. Can't say Im surprised. If you were funny you would probably write for a sweet blog that doesnt suck. And I am rooting for the team you dumbshit.starting whenever the next game is
The 1st thing I learned about hockey is the Sharks blow. The 2nd thing is that twins rule!
This is the problem whenever you guys try to talk about an actual sporting event... you get some third tier Mustacher talking shit about a sport he doesn't understand.Cmon boys, where the hockey talk. Go Sharks!!!
Bob, what are thoughts on the Bieksa/Marleau fight from Game 2? And what'd you think about Eager? Does he always play like a little hothead?
Well Im not giving up all hope yet, but that might do it. Canucks had no business being in that game but Lou was great and Niemi was terrible. I would have a lot of hope based on the way the last 2 games went, but it looks like Thornton might be out, which would kill most of that hope.
Pete- Bieksa Marleau fight was decent. Marleaus not a fighter so him being in the fight was a good thing for the Sharks, and while Bieksa won the fight, there was no knockout blow. Eager can be a good player, he was a factor in the Blackhawks cup win last year, but he has a reckless streak and that is why he is sitting out now.
The back-to-back-to-back 5 on 3 was one of the strangest stretches of hockey I've ever seen (not that I've seen much).
Ive never seen 3 in a row either. Odd game, I dont know if the Cancuks could have looked more pedestrian 5on5 than they did, but they dominated the special teams and goalie battle, and took advantage of Sharks mental mistakes.
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