"I think the slow starts have a lot to do with your shooting," Berkman said. "The first possession on Saturday, I think there were seven shots, and we didn't score. We hit the pipe twice, and we shot wide a few times. We had seven shots before they even touched the ball and in other games, we would have buried one of those seven shots. They came down and they got a goal, and it gives a team a little more confidence. But we've been out of the gates slow in three games in a row now."