Sharks Feel That Game Two Comeback Was Best Thing To Happen

The Sharks never held the lead in Game Two except at the final horn when they defeated the Avalanche in overtime. For many Sharks fans though, that was the best thing to happen to the team. From our friends over at Fear The Fin:

I think this is exactly what the Sharks needed; it was an effort by the team that was not only motivating, but unexpected. Yes, there were issues; Nabokov had a terrible game, Murray was almost directly responsible for two of the goals, and the big three still hasn't contributed a goal.

However, the Sharks really did play a good game, save for the five Avalanche goals. The trap was no longer as effective, and the match really could have been worse for Colorado: Nabokov should have had the last two goals, and the goaltender interference call on Setoguchi was close to criminal (at least in my humble opinion). Add in a few hit posts, and that one could have been pretty ugly. The neutral zone trap employed by Joe Sacco was deftly solved by Todd McLellan and broken by the drive of his players. What will the young Sacco do to stop the Sharks now? We'll find out tomorrow, but I'm guessing that the game will be a bit more open in Colorado. The Av's won't be near as conservative.

Whether the Sharks can continue to ride that momentum is yet to be seen with puck drop scheduled for 9:30 pm EDT. 

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