I feel the same way. One of the guys on Sharks Postgame described it well, saying that the way the draft was set up, Vegas basically built a 2nd-2nd-2nd-3rd line team rather than a 1st-4th. Luckily, the Sharks' 4th line has been performing exceptionally well, so we'll be pretty evenly matched. I'm actually a bit worried that if Thornton jumps back in, he'll throw off the dynamic the Sharks have had since the end of regular season. We've got some great speed thanks to the young guys like Kane and Hertl, and we'll need to keep it fast against Vegas.