Game 2 is in the books, and what a game that was! The Sharks finally put forth a great effort, sustained it well throughout the game, but more importantly, we never gave up. Despite some iffy penalties and a few defensive miscues, we continued to get up off the mat and show some fight until we tied the game.
A few numbers to chew on before you start the report card.
19:18, 19:45, 19:28 - Time of the three tying goals in the first, second and third periods, by Malhotra, Nichol and Pavelski respectively.
52 - shots on goal by the Sharks
4 of 9 - Nabby's goal/shot ratio at one point in the 2nd period
5 - Seperate deficits the Sharks overcame in Game 2
1 - Thrown bottles in my house after Stewart scored a softie on Nabby to make it 5-4. Funny thing is, the score didn't cause me to throw the bottle. The Patrick Roy NHL History Will Be Made commercial right after did. Nabby lets in a softie after we battled back to make it 4-4, and then that commercial just put me over the edge.