BoT Gameday: Sharks @ Coyotes

Well, last night stunk. Time to bounce back, and what a game this will be. A San Jose win puts them back in first in the Pacific, third in the conference. A Phoenix win jumps them to the eight spot, and pushes San Jose outside the playoff picture with just four games left.

While both teams are third and fourth in the Pacific, the entire division is separated by only 2 points, first to fourth. San Jose still controls it’s destiny, however, it must win out for that to happen. Anymore losses and then it will have to bank on help in order to clinch the division and likely a first round matchup with Chicago.

The team’s mood should be anger, but controlled. Last night needs to be only a setback and not a trend. The passion and dedication to winning, should be paramount. Douglas Murray is out for tonight’s game, and everyone’s favorite Shark to pick on (Colin White) will be back in the lineup tonight. Mistakes will be magnified here on out.

LET’S PUCKING DO THIS!

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Topics: NHL, Phoenix Coyotes, San Jose Sharks

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