Me too. It's disheartening to be down two games, but it happens - someone wins and someone loses.
Kes made me cry as he did what leaders are all about and said "OK, I need to do this - I'm GOING to do this" and did. If every single guy puts the team on their back like that, plays with determination that has fire shooting out of their eyes, we stand a chance.
I saw a solid game too. I hate that so many slough this off as "meh, they're not trying".....of COURSE they are. San Jose are too - and let's give credit where it's due. It's not about the Canucks playing poorly last night, it's about both teams battling and one came out on top. Sure, some of our guys are slumping and a little disjointed right now but that isn't a given that it's a forever deal. In one game players can turn things around...we saw last night how Kes had an impact.
I don't care that I'm labeled cheerleader homer of the year....I'm a half full glass person and have a "we'll see" attitude in this.
Go Canucks Go, it ain't over yet. Yes, a very big hole, but San Jose likely will be a little concerned and this team does have the ability to beat them.