Sharks Aren't Counting Their Chickens Just Yet

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  1. 91

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    San Jose, California - The Sharks are feeling very lucky right now, they could have sworn they had a deja-vu earlier in the week with another Game 2 at the Shark Tank. The only thing about this deja-vu was that it ended with a double overtime win and not a regulation loss. There was an eerie feeling in the Shark Tank as the game went on, but the Sharks didn't want to loss another chance and coming even in the series.

    On the other side, an incensed Minnesota team was wondering what the **** was going on. They had thought they had gone 2-0 on the Sharks only to be left with a split by the end of the 2 (or 3 games) in San Jose. The upstart Wild team is now looking for answers, and GM Dave Astles had put it this way,"We definately aren't counting our chickens just yet, we know what happened to the Red Wings, and the boys in our dressing room do too."

    Games 3 and 4 in Minnesota were both taken by the Sharks to give them a 3-1 series lead going into Game 5 tonight as they look to wrap up a berth in the Eastern Conference Finals. "We know the 4th game is the hardest to win. We just have to go out there and give it all we have because we know guys like Mats and Martin are going to be ready for this game," said Peter Forsberg after a closed door meeting with the team.

    Game 5 goes tonight in San Jose and you can catch all the action on HFCBC at 10pm ET/7pm PT.

    Jose Jaws
    San Jose Tribune
     
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    spintheblackcircle ...so that happened.

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