So I'll preface this by saying I know that this is a pretty unrealistic idea. "Unofficially", I'm pulling for a Red Wings / Penguins Cup final. "Officially", the Sharks are still alive, so I'm still on the bandwagon. That got me to thinking.... The Sharks BARELY snuck by a Calgary team that wasn't nearly as talented as we are. Next, they went down 3-0 to the Dallas Stars, before winning game 4. Our goaltending has been mediocre at times. Our PK is downright pathetic. We're getting beat to pucks, we're getting knocked off pucks by smaller players. We're giving pucks away right to the stick of the other team, can't clear our own zone.... etc. If you've watched a Sharks game, you know how bad they've played the first 11 game. HOWEVER. This is the same team that went on a tear in February/March. I've only been watching hockey since the Sharks came into the league, but it was the best month and a half that I've seen a team have in the time I've been watching. They were lights out for a while there. SO. IF the Sharks somehow come back to beat the Stars, and then drum the Red Wings (sorry Tfederov), and then bring home the Cup. (I know, I know, it's a dream scenario) Does this go down as one of the greatest playoff performances ever - coming back every time their backs were against the wall. OR, does this team go down as the worst Stanley Cup Winner ever. Just wondering if they could pull off some dramatic miracle comeback, how does history (and the rest of you fans around the league) look at this team. I'm so down on them right now, I'd put them in the worst winner ever category... Though, being a fan, I'm sure as time goes on they'll be the greatest playoff team ever. I know it's longer than a long shot, but I was just curious.