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The Chum Bucket
Fishing for answers one point at a time
4/19/10 - By Mike Lee -

  • Of all the guys you’d least expect to put a puck in his own net, Dan Boyle would be that guy.

  • Of all the guys who can bounce back from Game 3’s mistake, Dan Boyle is that guy.

  • Hard to figure out who the Sharks leaders were after Game 3. Marleau and Thornton nowhere to be found after the game.

  • Hejduk, Porter and Stoa day-to-day, Heatley day-to-day: Advantage Colorado.

  • Hejduk and Porter likely to play on Tuesday in Game 4.

  • A little disappointed that Evgeni Nabokov for not trying to assume some of the responsibility for the Game 3 goal.

  • Proof that shot-on-goal is a worthless statistic. Through three games: Colorado - 69, San Jose 129.

  • Big stat of Game 3: Colorado blocked 22 shots. Combine that with the 20 shots that missed the net altogether, that was 93 shot attempts.

  • In Game 2, San Jose had 100 shot attempts.

  • San Jose as three game winning goals in the series: Blake, Setoguchi, Boyle.

  • Sharks lost the faceoff battle for the first time in the series in Game 3.

  • San Jose won 9 of 15 faceoffs while on the power play in Game 3, but still came up empty on their 6 attempts on the man-advantage.

  • Colorado has given up the 2nd highest number of power play chances to their opposition in the playoffs (15), yet have surrendered only 2 goals (ranked 5th).

  • San Jose is ranked 4th in the playoffs on the penalty kill (7 kills in 8 chances).

  • Boyle will think back to Game 3 someday and laugh about it. Hopefully that day is in late June.

  • Game 3 is over. Time to get back to work.


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