San Jose Barracuda Podcast with Len Shapiro: Cuda playing better in game two but don’t let your guard down the Griffiths are SJ’s biggest challenge

May 21, 2017

AHL, San Jose Barracuda photo: The San Jose Barracuda leftwinger Adam Helewka (52) and the Grand Rapid Griffiths center Kyle Criscuolo (51) anticipate the puck in Saturday’s game one action at SAP Center in San Jose

On the Barracuda Podcast with Len:

#1 After sweeping three games in San Diego the Barracuda came home Saturday night and dropped game one of third round to the Grand Rapids Griffiths who look like the Cuda’s toughest challenge in post season 3-1.

#2 The Cuda who took two regular season games from the Griffith including a 1-0 shutout on March 11th. The Cuda are attempting to tie up the series at 1-1 and it’s crucial if the Cuda want to maintain home ice if they can get to the Finals.

#3 The Barracuda’s Ryan Carpenter has eight goals in post season no doubt Carpenter has been a big help for SJ in these post season games

#4 In game one the Griffiths have shown they can be dominate taking a two goal win and holding the lead all the way through game one they came back from behind in the second period of game two after being down 2-0 and tied up the game 2-2. Joakim Ryan got a key goal for San Jose late in the second period as the Cuda took a one goal lead 3-2.

#5 If the Barracuda have any shot at getting home ice for the finals they have to win and keep winning during this series looking at the Griffiths their going to be a handful for the Barracuda


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