San Jose Sharks Bring Their Brooms To Detroit as They Look to Sweep Red Wings

May 4th, 2010 by Brian Winett Leave a reply »
It's time to sweep up the dusty remains of a once great Detroit Red Wings Franchise that dominated the NHL.

A few years ago San Jose found themselves in the same exact situation as they do today, and even after taking an early lead in Game Three, the Sharks lost four straight to Detroit and the talk of a curse became official.

The San Jose Sharks and the Detroit Red Wings have played pretty evenly over the first two games of this series.  The Sharks have come out victorious however because the hockey gods have been smiling on them since Dan Boyle's OT own goal.

The Sharks are taking advantage of a soft and aging Detroit defense in addition to getting the bounces.

With the flexibility of breaking up the big line, the Sharks can take away the home ice advantage of having the last change on face-offs and even out every shift.  With Pavelski, Clowe, Setoguchi on one line and either Thornton, Marleau or Heatley on the ice with one of the other three lines, all four lines can matchup against anyone Detroit throws on the ice.

It's time the Sharks break the curse by sweeping Detroit and returning the fav ...

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