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Carlson’s first goal of the season helped Sharks beat Avs 6-2

SAN JOS, California. (AP) – Eric Carlson scored for the first time this season in the third period of four goals, which helped the San Jose Sharks walk 6-2 in front of the Avalanche in Colorado on Monday night.

“She is OK. “He does these things with the help we’re used to seeing him do,” said San Jose coach Bob Bagner. “This is the Eric we’re used to seeing.”

Rudolf Balsers equalized third, John on Leonard scored and Evander Kane added an empty net as the sharks left to beat Avalanche for the first time in three seasons this season. Timo Mayer assisted on the first three goals in the third.

Ranim Simek և Kevin Labans also scored for San Jose and Martin Ones’s 33 saves.

The goal of “Avalanche” was scored by Samuel Ira արդ Gabriel Landescog. Philip Grubauer stopped 21 shots.

“We kind of gave them,” said striker Mikko Rantanen. “We gave a lot of chances again.”

The Sharks won the third chess with a strong blow, they were never wrapped. Balcers hit the attack zone: sent a centralized pass to the driver Meier. Nazem Kadri jumped out of the wood before it could reach Mayer and passed Grubauer, scoring.

San Jose ousted the lead, giving the home side a seven-game winning streak. The Sharks conceded 13 goals in their first two long family games of the season in defeats to Minnesota and St. Louis. On Saturday night, they wore navy blue 7. They lost by 6 goals with four differences each, but were able to expand it, when a few minutes later Carlson scored his first goal in a power game, 4-2.

“It simply came to our notice then. “It still stings right now,” said Shark Captain Logan Couture. “It simply came to our notice then. : I like the answer tonight. The boys were shocked, played strong defense, and our goalkeeper rose.

Leonard added his own goal in the middle of the third half to clear the game.

“When we built 2. The 0-point advantage, we are stubborn, we turn around, we try to score a goal, we leave our game plan, ”said Avalanche coach Ared Bednar.


Landescog’s goal in the second half was the 203rd of his career as a result of a game started by Nathan McKinnon. That put him next to Peter Forsberg, the third in Avalanche history. Landescog has ways to go to second place, led by Milan Heyduk (375 goals). Most o Sakich has the most with 391.


The second period was so often condemned to sharks this season. They entered the game bypassing 15 goals. But at Landeskog Gate 2: After falling behind by 0, San Jose finished strong with two goals.

Simek changed Mark-Eduard Vlasic’s first assist to become the Sharks’ first defender, with the exception of Brent Burns, with a goal this season. Labanc equaled that during the period that Kane created an opportunity that was only the fifth time this season that the Sharks had a second-round advantage.


There were two defenders in the AVs. Kale Makar returned to Colorado with a upper body injury, and Bo Biram was scratched with an upper body injury.


The teams meet for the fourth time this season in San Jose on Wednesday night.


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