2010 NHL Playoffs: No Heart, No Guts, No Glory Will Lead To Sharks Being Swept

May 21st, 2010 by Steven Resnick Leave a reply »
The San Jose Sharks came in to the NHL Western Conference Finals with plenty of time to rest and go view tape of what the Chicago BlackHawks like to do.

The Blackhawks came in rested as well, having five days off. 

After the Sharks bounced the Detroit Red Wings out of the playoffs, it seemed that the team was on the right track after lackluster performances in the playoffs in previous years.

So far in the series the Sharks are playing like the teams in previous years.

The only player who has really given an all out effort in the series is Patrick Marleau, but he can't do it by himself. 

Where's Danny Heatley?

Where's Joe Thornton?

Where's Ryan Clowe?

Where's Dan Boyle?

Where's Joe Pavelski?

Heck...where's the power play? 

In game three against the Blackhawks the Sharks were able to grab the lead in the second period after a scoreless first period. Soon after the goal which was scored by Marleau, Logan Couture took a stupid penalty. 

The Blackhawks didn't need any favors with not even a minute taken on the power play the ...

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