2010 San Jose Sharks: Why Give Up Hope Now?

May 19th, 2010 by Patrick Goulding II Leave a reply »

With the San Jose Sharks facing a 2-0 hole in their Western Conference Finals series against the Chicago Blackhawks, the next couple days will separate the true Sharks fans from the front-runners.

With the Sharks facing what is unquestionably their biggest game in team history, one that could very realistically and very profoundly alter the future course of the team (a Sharks win would do little for now, but a Sharks loss could set off a huge chain of events), Sharks fans have two options: buy into the hype and gloom and doom forecasts, or keep believing that this team can once again overcome this latest challenge and win this series.

Make no mistake: the reality is bleak.

The Sharks are in the unenviable position of trailing by two games heading out on the road against a very good, and very hot team.

The Sharks have lost back-to-back games for the first time this postseason. The Sharks all-time conference finals home record now stands at 0-5. The Sharks’ current opponents have won seven straight road games ...

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