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02 May 2018, 01:26 | Rodolfo Quinn
Logan Couture plays OT hero as Sharks end Golden Knights' playoff streak
For the second-straight time, the home team left with heads hung low as William Karlsson netted the victor breaking through the neutral zone and zipping a wrister above the right shoulder of Martin Jones, securing Vegas' 4-3 victory and a 2-1 series lead. He has eight points (2 G, 6 A) in seven playoff games. Fluery faced 16 shots in each of the first and second periods and finished the game with 39 saves.
Moments after Vegas' Jon Merrill was called for hooking, Couture found the back of the net to give the Sharks their first win inside T Mobile Arena this season.
Vegas, which swept the Los Angeles Kings in the first round, won the season series with the Sharks (3-0-1), although two of the games were decided in overtime and another by just one goal.
The momentum, once entirely in San Jose's favor and then squandered in the second, returned to the Sharks.
Escaping the first 20 minutes with a scoreless tie is a minor victory for the Golden Knights after Marc-Andre Fleury was forced to make 17 shots and do everything but stand on his head to keep the puck out of his net.
Canadian Olympic gold medalist Marc-Andre Fleury of Sorel, Quebec is continuing his outstanding goaltending for the Vegas Golden Knights in the 2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs. Brent Burns also scored two goals and Martin Jones stopped 26 shots for San Jose.
Sharks: Joonas Donskoi (lower-body) missed his first game of the postseason.
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National Hockey League action on Wednesday evening and a pair of teams from the Pacific Division will square off as the Vegas Golden Knights invade the SAP Center at San Jose in San Jose, California to battle it out with San Jose Sharks in game three of their best-of-seven series. This is just the fourth time since 1975 that teams split the first two games in all four series in the second round. With the Sharks swarming in front of Fleury, Hertl whacked at a loose puck and knocked it in for the equalizer with 1:57 to go, sending the towel-waving crowd into a frenzy. That feels better, right?
Kane has to be better - his goal was impressive, but the rest of his performance wasn't.
Goodrow played in every game but one from January 5 to March 27 when he was injured in a game against St. Louis.
The Knights have won all year not because they are the most prodigiously talented team - far from it - no, they win because they take advantage of the smallest lapses in judgment, a lucky bounce, or a skater a half-step behind. This is not a hockey play.
A lesser team would have panicked, pressed, and lost by an even wider margin.
"We'll get a pushback obviously, they weren't happy with their game (Saturday) and I'm sure we'll get a response from them", SharkscoachPete DeBoersaidMonday morning. The Sharks saw that during the first game of the series, but in this third game both teams seemed to have each other figured out.
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