San Jose Sharks’ Top Five 2010 Playoff Performers Thus Far

May 5th, 2010 by Andy Bensch Leave a reply »
The San Jose Sharks are currently putting their playoff demons of years past to rest. San Jose has rolled off six straight wins to take a commanding three games to none series lead over the defending Western Conference Champion Detroit Red Wings. But was this suppose to happen? Aren't the Sharks the team that always falls apart this time of year? In the past, that may have been the case. However, everyone following the team this postseason has noticed a much more determined and resilient group. That never say die attitude, and "sticktuitiveness" as coined by Sharks color analyst Drew Remenda has seen the Sharks put together consistent efforts night in and night out. What did Remenda mean by "sticktuitiveness"? He simply meant that the Sharks are sticking with what has proven to work despite whatever adversity that comes there way. Instead of getting rattled, the Sharks continue to play the same game because they truly believe that it works. And that belief is being paid off in playoff victory after playoff victory. Even when the star players like Joe Thornton, Patrick Marleau and Dany Heatley struggled in the first round, other players stepped up their game. And now in ...

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