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SNES C - SJ and CHI Tight series

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Game 1:

Started off with a bang as CHI rolled to 5 straight 1st period goals. SJ had nothing to answer, and just kept falling like a pee wee team on its first skate. 3 late 1st period goals helped to even out the tone a bit for the Sharks just before the break. From there out, it was a 6-2 slant for the Sharks, going all the way down to the final whistle of the third.

Final: 9-7 SJ

Game 2:

SJ jumped out early with the first goal, but soon regained their coffee cake state, giving up 3 goals to CHI in the 1st period. A relatively quiet 2nd period had only one goat netted for Chicago, with SJ feeling sorry for themselves and wishing to be back at the Shark Tank. The 3rd period started with a bang as SJ grabbed a goal to come back within 2, before CHI b***h-slapped them back to reality with yet another goal. Seconds later, SJ answered to pull within two. It was not enough, though, as SJ only managed to get one back in the final minute, falling to the Blackhawks

Final: 5-4 CHI

Game 3:

Another eventful 1st with both teams scoring 2 goals. 2 to start for CHi, and 2 to catch up for SJ. The 2nd period had only enough room for S. Larmer to net a goal and give CHI the advantage going into the final period. .. OR WAS IT THE FINAL PERIOD? SJ tied it up in the 3rd, forcing the OT! The Sharks were feeling pretty good after evening out in the 3rd. "This will be a great chance for us to pull out a win" Coach Wambo was overheard saying to his somewhat frail and partially inept team, but Goulet was there to snuff it out within the first minute of OT. Many probably-not-so-manly tears were shed in the Shark Tank.

Final: 4-3 CHI (OT)

Game 4:

Chicago raced out to an early 2-0 lead after the 1st period, trying to destroy and potential dreams of victory the Sharks may have had. But a 2nd period edge of 4 goals for SJ, 2 more for CHI made this game deadlocked for the 3rd and final pe--... NOT AGAIN! No one could muster any offense for the 3rd period, taking this game into a 4-4 OT. Unfortunately for Chicago, Irbe had some ideas on how to make this a victory, seal-clubbing Smith, causing him to rough-house with another player and take a 2 minute minor. Seconds later, Marchment decided he just wanted a hug, leading him to the bin with Smith. They weren't done yet, though, as Roenick, potentially concussed and delirious, was hauled in for tripping in OT, leaving 3 starters in the penalty box. San Jose, after almost 2 minutes of 5 on 3, stumbledicked their way to victory on a Rob Gaudreau score.

Final: 5-4 SJ (OT)

Gaudreau was the star for the Sharks, mounting 16 points through the series.

Chicago was lead by their forwards, who were all deadly against Arturs "Ghostie on Goal" Irbe

Good series, I enjoyed it!

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Great comeback in game one....being down 5-0 after two mins, then a 9-7 win!

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