Penalty kill is killing the Sharks
Staying out of the penalty box will be a key to the Sharks success in game four versus the Blues.
Well I cannot be said that special teams was a deciding factor in the two prior games of this series but that was definitely the case tonight is the Sharks allowed three scores. On the penalty kill and afterwards the players telling me. This game and the results was as simple as that it's. What we're gonna -- -- much. You know let's. That's it you know there's guitar players pulled it and that's one in the game comes -- or five on five we had planned try to press Tigers. -- questions have to have a better job. While we gave them three nights. It's -- earlier in our discussion too much. Why he had you we give up three goals and curriculum so. Obviously can't do that that's that's very obvious and a fourth goal which kind of looked innocent at the time. And -- in the game winner so it doesn't matter can't give up. -- -- -- Now regarding that late push to San Jose made in the final minutes of this team in scoring two goals Dan Boyle told me he's not exactly sure what to make of it. The positive side of him hopes that some of that can translate over into the next game four here in San Jose but the negative side says. It's a game over and they closed chapter. In San Jose forty Brazil Comcast sports net. Thank you -- huge game coming up Thursday night at the tank the puck drops at 730. Pregame live begins at seven that's all on Comcast sports net California.