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Sharks-Avs, through five

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Is it a sign that you don't live in a real hockey town when you go to a bar on a Thursday night that has hockey paraphernalia on the walls and they don't have the game on, and nobody seems to care?  Undoubtedly, yes. 

At any rate, here are the Sharks-Avs shooting stats for the Sharks perspective through five games:

Down 1 Tied Up 1 SF/-1 SF/0 SF/1 SA/-1 SA/0 SA/1
Game 5 0 1705 116 0 35 2 0 20 2
Game 4 0 2889 1335 0 57 24 0 43 16
Game 3 0 3651 0 0 93 0 0 33 0
Game 2 2438 1484 0 75 14 0 24 13 0
Game 1 971 2629 0 12 45 0 13 32 0
Totals 3409 12358 1451 87 244 26 37 141 18
Corsi 70.2 63.4 59.1

 

Games 1, 3 and 4 were examples of what happens when the Avs get outplayed but things generally break their way.  Game 5 was an example of what happens when they get outplayed and things go wrong for them.

Here are the scoring totals by San Jose's lead:

F/-1 F/0 F/1 A/-1 A/0 A/1
Goals 6 4 1 0 8 1
Shots 87 244 26 37 141 18
S% 6.9 1.6 3.8 0.0 5.7 5.6

 

San Jose still has a ridiculously low shooting percentage in tie games, but they're outshooting Colorado 71-41 per 60 minutes, which lets them overcome their bad shooting luck.