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SportStone powers Vegas past San Jose 6-3

08:25  15 april  2019
08:25  15 april  2019 Source:   ap.org

Las Vegas’ special teams even series with San Jose Sharks

Las Vegas’ special teams even series with San Jose Sharks 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 captain Joe Pavelski said. “Power plays could have given us a chance to go up 2-0 on home ice.” 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. Game 3 is Sunday at Vegas.

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Stone powers Vegas past San Jose 6-3© The Associated Press Vegas Golden Knights right wing Mark Stone, left, celebrates after scoring against the San Jose Sharks during the first period of Game 3 of an NHL first-round hockey playoff series game, Sunday, April 14, 2019, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/Isaac Brekken)

LAS VEGAS — Mark Stone had three goals and two assists, and the Vegas Golden Knights beat the San Jose Sharks 6-3 on Sunday night to take a 2-1 lead in their first-round playoff series.

Paul Stastny collected two goals and three assists as Vegas captured another high-scoring matchup with San Jose. Max Pacioretty had a goal and an assist, defenseman Shea Theodore had three assists and Marc-Andre Fleury made 25 saves.

Sharks' Thornton could face NHL punishment over hit

Sharks' Thornton could face NHL punishment over hit Sharks center Joe Thornton may face NHL punishment over a hit on the Golden Knights' Tomas Nosek of a Game 3 loss to Vegas. The NHL's Department of Player Safety said Monday it would hold a hearing with Thornton over the hit during the second period of Sunday's Game 3. Vegas won 6-3 and takes a 2-1 series lead into Game 4 on Tuesday night. Thornton was called for an illegal check to the head and defended it after the game. He has a goal and two assists in the series. --- More AP NHL: https://apnews.com/NHL and https://twitter.

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The Golden Knights and Sharks scored 15 times while splitting the first two games in San Jose. Game 4 of the best-of-seven series is Tuesday night in Las Vegas.

BOX SCORE: GOLDEN KNIGHTS 6, SHARKS 3

Kevin Labanc, Logan Couture and Tim Meier scored for San Jose, and Martin Jones stopped 34 shots.

Vegas got off to a fast start when Nate Schmidt went blue line to blue line with a perfect feed through traffic to Stone, who beat Jones with a backhand just 16 seconds into the game.

It was the fastest goal in the playoffs since San Jose's Joe Pavelski scored 15 seconds into a first-round game in 2007. Stone has six goals in the playoffs already.

Pacioretty extended the lead to 2-0 when he fired a wrist shot from the top of the right circle past Jones at 12:16.

Sharks' Thornton suspended for Game 4 for head hit

Sharks' Thornton suspended for Game 4 for head hit Sharks center Joe Thornton was suspended Monday for one playoff game for a hit to the head of Vegas' Tomas Nosek. The NHL's Department of Player Safety said that Thornton's hit on Nosek in Game 3 was avoidable and that the head was ''clearly the main point of contact.'' That led to the decision to suspend Thornton for Game 4 on Tuesday night in Las Vegas. Thornton was called for an illegal check to the head on the play and defended it after the game. ''I honestly thought I barely touched him,'' Thornton said after the game. ''He just came right back; it was just one of those plays that it is what it is.

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San Jose Sharks forward Chris Tierney (50) skates past Vegas Golden Knights forward Jonathan Marchessault (81) during the first period of Game 6 in the second-round The Sharks also went 0-for-2 with the man advantage in the first period, with Fleury stopping all four of San Jose ’s power play shots.

San Jose got one back when Joe Thornton passed from behind the goal to Labanc, who somehow squeezed the puck past Fleury at 15:26.

Stastny accounted for both of Vegas' goals in the second as the Knights opened a 4-1 lead.

First, Stastny grabbed a rebound between the circles, skated to his left and drove a wrist shot past Jones 21 seconds into the period. Then he got into a perfect position to redirect a feed from Stone into the net at 16:04.

San Jose rallied in the third. Couture got his second of the series when his pass intended for Joe Pavelski was tipped in by Vegas defenseman Brayden McNabb. Then Meier knocked in a rebound after Gustav Nyquist's shot was stopped, making it 5-3 with a little more than 14 minutes remaining.

Stone got his third goal when took a pass from Pacioretty, skated in alone and went forehand-backhand to beat Jones with a little more than six minutes to play.

NOTES: The Golden Knights signed forward Nikita Gusev to a one-year, entry-level contract and expect the Moscow native to join the team for practice on Monday. Gusev, 26, had a Kontinental Hockey League-high 82 points in 62 regular-season games. During the KHL playoffs, he recorded 19 points, which ranked second in the league. ... The Golden Knights are the 13th team in NHL history, and third in the last 30 years, to score in the opening minute of back-to-back playoff games.

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Game 4 is Tuesday night in Las Vegas.

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Barclay Goodrow scored 18:19 into overtime to send San Jose into the second round of the playoffs with a wild 5-4 win in Game 7. The goal capped a crazy comeback that featured the Sharks erasing a three-goal deficit by scoring four times on a disputed major penalty in the third period and Vegas tying the game in the final minute of regulation. Goodrow then won it in OT.

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