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Bill Macdonald and Brian Hayward discuss the Ducks' 4-0 win over the Sharks. Find out what chance San Jose has now that they trail Anaheim 3-1 in the series.
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Hello everybody who's logged onto a foxsports.com. Your for a treat. Because we're the old number seven club and this -- -- element is exclusive. Internet content that you could only get from us from Brian Hayward so let's get right to -- easy -- when leading the team truly huge leader. The ducks have the best -- in hockey right now in a Bobby Ryan Ryan gets up and Corey Perry. I think they do that -- certainly was dominant in game number four. At the worst. Worst nightmare for the San Jose Sharks it was that they were not going to be able to control that trio down low and they couldn't in the fourth and most important game so far. Of this series and that now what what are the Sharks do. We -- -- Douglas Murray to try and match up he's the biggest most powerful defenseman. It worked for the first three games at even strength they had not scored a goal entering game four but it was a whole different story tonight. They were absolutely dominant Bobby Ryan had a brilliant evening and you could say the same thing about rank gets up and Corey Perry they were there were equally as good. It's a surprise but it's not a shock as you said any time and time again this is not a number eight seed going into the playoffs the ducks were playing that well. But for the Sharks it's a Stanley Cup or nothing or -- so they. Are really -- it going up and hold down 31. They're going to hear -- when they get back to the Bay Area no question because I'm not only did they expect to kind of rule through the first and second round of the playoffs. As you mentioned bill everyone expected this team to be a Stanley Cup team in and that is tremendous pressure they have a great hockey team. Where Anaheim has had the edge in this series is. The depth of the Anaheim blue line. Poor their defense has been terrific and getting better the goaltender Jonas Hiller it's his second shot out so far in this series that's remarkable for a guy. Playing in his first ever Stanley Cup playoffs he's been great but it I like his defense tonight was super. Super. -- -- going to let the mayor of the old number seven club loose and for more NHL videos they like on the fox sports.