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SportLas Vegas’ special teams even series with San Jose Sharks

11:35  13 april  2019
11:35  13 april  2019 Source:   sfchronicle.com

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Special teams took a bite out of the Sharks on Friday night. Vegas scored two short-handed goals and snuffed out seven San Jose power plays to even the Western Conference first-round series at one win apiece with a 5-3 victory at SAP Center. “It feels like we missed an opportunity tonight,” Sharks

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Special teams took a bite out of the Sharks on Friday night.

Vegas scored two short-handed goals and snuffed out seven San Jose power plays to even the Western Conference first-round series at one win apiece with a 5-3 victory at SAP Center.

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“It feels like we missed an opportunity tonight,” Sharks captain Joe Pavelski said. “Power plays could have given us a chance to go up 2-0 on home ice.”

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William Karlsson provided breathing room for Vegas, his short-handed breakaway goal at 7:35 of the third period closing out the scoring. Knights goalie Marc-Andre Fleury stood tall the rest of the way to finish with 34 saves.

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“We got outworked, plain and simple,” Sharks forward Evander Kane said. “You can’t give up two short-handed goals and expect to win in the postseason.”

That 1-for-8 on the power play, which included failing to capitalize on 1:01 of 5-on-3 skating, cost the hosts.

“We were indecisive in shooting it, too slow,” Sharks forward Logan Couture said. “We have so many weapons out there, we just didn’t do what we can out there.”

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The Sharks have to be concerned over the loss, too, of defenseman Marc-Edouard Vlasic, who played his final shift early in the second period. He appeared to get hit in the back of the head while blocking a shot.

Sharks coach Peter DeBoer said afterward he had no update on Vlasic’s condition.

Vegas shocked San Jose with three goals in 5 minutes, 13 seconds early in the first period only to be matched by the hosts, who struck three times in 2:09 late in the period.

Unfortunately for the Sharks, the Golden Knights took the lead for good with the only goal of the middle period, though the go-ahead strike came with a dose of controversy.

Vegas forward Mark Stone scored his third goal of the series at 1:31 of the second on the power play by putting a follow shot from the slot past Aaron Dell, who relieved Sharks starting goalie Martin Jones in the first.

The Golden Knights had been awarded their third power play of the game when Couture was ruled to have interfered with Fleury just as teammate Brent Burns appeared to score a go-ahead goal 51 seconds into the middle period.

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“Replay looks like he’s in the white,” Pavelski said of Fleury’s positioning just outside the blue goal crease. “It’s one of those calls I don’t really understand. I don’t know how many times that’s been called in the regular season. Seems like it should be a goal, let them challenge it, and move on.

“It was a turning point.”

After a delay while officials conferred, the goal came off the board and Couture was put into the penalty box. Replays showed Couture clipped Fleury in the head with his stick before the puck crossed the goal line.

“It’s tough,” Jones said. “We had one the other day that the ref told me because the guy wasn’t in the blue paint that we’re going to allow the goal. Just consistency is what we want.”

Couture was lost for the remainder of the period after he blocked a short-handed shot attempt by Vegas. He struggled to get off the ice and threw down both gloves just before stepping off the ice and going straight to the locker room before returning to play the third period.

Looking to rally from Wednesday’s loss in Game 1, Vegas hit San Jose with an early three-spot to take the buzz out of the building.

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Forward Cody Eakin scored his first goal of the series with a shot from the mid-slot that Jones didn’t see as defenseman Erik Karlsson provided an inadvertent screen just 58 seconds after the opening faceoff.

The Sharks looked poised to tie it with 1:01 of a two-man advantage but, instead of converting, disaster struck at the end of Vegas’ first minor. Colin Miller timed his exit from the penalty box in time to intercept a pass intended for Burns inside the Vegas line. Miller skated through center and, with little resistance from a backskating Burns, the defenseman ripped a shot from the right circle that eluded Jones at 4:37 for a 2-0 lead.

Jones was beaten again to his left when Max Pacioretty picked the far corner at 6:11 after skating wide on Vlasic.

“It wasn’t a great start early obviously,” Jones said. “You hope to get a save out of the first three and we’re right in that game.”

With Dell in for Jones at 6:39, and after Timo Meier’s shot hit a post, San Jose converted a power play at 16:59 of the first when Couture capped a tic-tac-toe passing play that started with Erik Karlsson and included Joe Pavelski.

Just 39 seconds later, the hosts cut the deficit to one when Tomas Hertl scored his second of the series with a redirect in front off a Karlsson blast.

And Joe Thornton completed the first-period comeback by redirecting a Brendan Dillon feed at 19:09.

“They knew what was at stake and played a good game,” Pavelski said. “It was 10 minutes in the first, 10 minutes in the second half of the second. A close game. We had chances.”

Ross McKeon is a freelance writer. Twitter: @rossmckeon

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