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    Shark fan extrodinaire
  • Birthday 06/29/1980

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  2. Quite honestly this is the last matchup I wanted to see. The Blues smoked the Sharks and swept the season series 4-0. Hitchcock has them playing fantastic defensive grind you down hockey. Sharks can't kill a penalty to save their lives. It looks to be a low scoring series, especially if the Blues score first. That being said, SJ does have the playoff experience and has been playing playoff hockey for the last two weeks essentially. One thing I know is that the winner of this series will definitely have something taken out of them as this will be a very physical one. Sharks in 7...but that's the homer in me. If I had to put money on it, I'd say Blues in 6. TL;DR Heart says Sharks in 7, Mind/Money says Blues in 6
  3. Dats is the best player in the NHL, period. You can make arguments for Crosby, and others, but every time I see him play he amazes me with his skill and creativity. He makes everyone around him better and when he has the puck against the Sharks it strikes fear in my heart I just pray that the puck leaves his stick ASAP. You Wings fans are lucky to watch him play on a regular basis, he is one of the greats for sure.
  4. The sky is not falling you guys. The wings are still a great team. It's still the 8th game of the season. Both teams are going to work some stuff out over the next 74 games. I'm guessing your team and my team will both be in the playoffs. As pissed as you guys are with Ian White, I'm equally pissed with Justin Braun. No matter which team wins this game, both teams will have learned more about themselves and be better for it. Weaknesses are exposed by high quality competition. You wouldn't learn much if the wings played 82 games against the blue jackets and then headed to the playoffs. I wouldn't want the sharks to play the coyotes a bunch and then get a reality check in the playoffs. (I'm setting myself up for a joke there, I know.) I love that almost every time these two teams play it's a hard fought close game. Good luck in the 3rd.
  5. I can confirm. It hurts and hurts bad. I have no idea what's better, going out quick and painless or getting deep and having the inevitable collapse. I have no idea what it must be like to have the team you pull for, spend money on, and invest emotionally in win a championship...or even appear in a final for that matter. I hope the Cup finals is good to watch.
  6. Watching what's unfolding on the ice is killing me. The Sharks just aren't executing. It's not the same team that played in round 2 vs you guys. They show flashes of it, but it doesn't last. I don't know if it's the Sharks not having enough juice left, the nucks being too good on special teams, both, or neither. The only comfort I have right now is the fact that Detroit, Chicago, and Tampa all won 3 in a row after being down in the series...and that's not much comfort at all. If Thornton is out for game 5 the chances go from slim to none. Like him or not he's been the best player for the Sharks over the course of these playoffs. Without him they're done.
  7. Just wanted to say that I completely agree with you guys about Eager. I was pissed at him before for taking stupid penalties and runs at players, but then what he did after the goal was a disgrace. I NEVER want to see Eager put on teal again. I don't want him representing me as a fan or the team I root for. I'm so ******* pissed right now.
  8. At this point in the history of the Sharks franchise, anything less than a Cup is a disappointment and failure. Beating the wings is no small feat and players and fans were no doubt happy, but if they lose in this round again, I hope heads roll.
  9. Personally I think the Sharks are playing a very solid game so far, especially on special teams (the strength of the nucks). Of course there have been some lapses, but there have been few. Couture has looked amazing, as has Jumbo. Sedins haven't been able to get the cycle going, just like the previous series. Nemo is holding the fort and doing exactly what he did to us last year and exactly what we acquired him to do FOR us. Like Rep said, 20 more minutes of solid hockey to go. Simple and responsible play will bring home the W for the sharks.
  10. Not gonna lie, I was hoping for this matchup once the playoffs started. Not because I thought the Sharks would have an advantage over the nucks, but because one of these tortured franchises is guaranteed a shot at a Cup. 40 years and 20 years without. That plus when I go to the games, I wont have to hear any road fans talking about Cups won since they've been around twice as long with just as many Cups. Sharks in 6.
  11. Here's the link to the extended version.
  12. Either you did not read the entire conversation or you are just missing the point. It's really not that big of a deal either way. I didn't just show up, I've been here for a couple years and enjoy hearing opinions from people who see things from a different perspective. I don't enjoy only hearing from fans that share the same viewpoint. If you only prefer to discuss things with wings fans that's fine. Just block me. Problem solved.
  13. I hear what you're saying but you're talking about the end results. I agree that the end result of the Heatley incident was worse. What would you say if what Bertuzzi had done resulted in the death of Moore and Heatley's accident only ended the career of his teammate? Would it then be the opposite? It's certainly possible if Moore's neck/head had hit the ice at just the wrong angle or something else hurt him in the plie up. Heatley could have crashed the car at a different angle. Both actions are the same in my eyes, one simply ended a lot worse than the other. That's really not the point I was trying to make though. All I was trying to get across was that I didn't feel that the comment that was made was appropriate.
  14. I'm cool with all the verbal barbs being thrown around, but this is kinda silly. We all know it happened, and it is inexcusable, but coming from someone that has Bertuzzi on their team, that's kind of hypocritical don't you think? He ended someone's career maliciously, but no one brought that up (that I saw, and I apologize for that person if they did). Calling one better than the other is stupid, they were both horribly reckless actions that resulted in terrible consequences. Let's leave that non-hockey discussion for another forum shall we? It takes away from how great this series was between to great teams.