The Sharks 2-1 win in overtime at the Pepsi Center was a difficult game to watch, a difficult game to play in, and a difficult game to coach. What was easy to see was that a building internal and external pressure, combined with inconceivable bad bounces earlier in this series, weighed heavily on the team in teal. At times, the Sharks looked like they were skating against 10 men instead of 5.Considering they have been playing against themselves as much as any opponent for several postseasons, that may very well have been the case. It could also have been the byproduct of a third straight overtime playoff game, or the fact that a younger, faster and banged up Colorado Avalanche squad threw the kitchen sink at them in game four. That kitchen sink, along with a pair of Avalanche players in...

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