McLellan: 'It's 2-1. We've been here many times'
The Sharks are not hitting the panic button just yet.
Now in the post season it is unrealistic in expecting any team to make wholesale changes but the Sharks say multiple minor adjustments are necessary in turning this series around. We can look at the line combinations. Potential lineup changes in a lot of things we can do it's 21. We've been here many times and we've conducted ourselves appropriately come back to one series and there's tweaks here and there. We do it between games and during games and it's up to the festival there and an excuse. Lecture. We get the job done just things we don't talk to him go over and and try to get an edge but. That is not to look at sort of on all of secrets. Overall it is a San Jose groove stifled. But still striving. Against one of the best defensive teams in -- I think we've dealt with that receiver. A lot this year. We've been through me. You respond well to itself I think that had a -- to -- and we want it more chances but I feel later composure. Is there honest I don't feel a lot of panic. The Sharks lineup had remained relatively constant for the final ten games of the regular season and now three here. Into the playoffs. But expect that to change. And coach Todd McLellan telling me this afternoon there is a very good chance he will make some personnel changes. Going into Thursday's game four. In San Jose Brodie Brazil Comcast sports net.