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Pacioretty’s OT goal beats Golden ights to 5-4 against Sharks

SAN JOS, California. (AP) – Max Pesioreti scored his second goal in extra time, և The Golden Knights of Vegas recovered after the last strangely equalized ball in the third period allowed the San Jose Sharks to win 5-4 on Friday night.

Pacioretty bypassed Alex Pietrangelo’s pass to beat Devan Dubnyk 1:25 in overtime for his third OT goal of the season to end a wild game that gave Vegas five wins.

“You have to have the mindset that you are going to attack 3 on 3,” said the Patient. “If you do not take many chances, you will not create much; you will end up on your own.”

The Sharks equalized the game when the rules remained at 1:07 after Brent Burns’ clear attempt jumped to goalkeeper Oscar Dansk when Kevin Labans rushed towards him. Dunk tried to clear the ball, but did not make a clear contact,: it hit Labanchi փայտ փայտ entered the open net to equalize the game.

“We told him not to worry about it,” said Pietrangelo. “Things happen. Coincidences happen. How do you take it? “I like to see guys like that get rewarded.”

The “Golden Knights” took the lead 3 in the score. 0, and in the second, knocking out Martin ones ounce, և in the third, 4-2, they went up 4. “Ryan Reeves ան Curtis Gabriel of San Jose.

The Sharks got into a frenzy after the ss onatan Margeso injured defender Radim Simek in the first match of the season last month with several heavy blows.

There was some expected joy that eventually led to the first face of the third round of the fight when Reeves received the best blow in the final period of the dispute. Reeves came out of the game in the third with an obvious leg injury.

The “Golden Knights” struck another blow on the shift after Pooh scored one goal, making it 4-2 with his sixth goal in the last six games.

But San Jose came together to tie it և to score points.

“I thought the energy of the rest of the third period was in our favor,” said Senior Logan Couture. “We played hard. “Unfortunately, we did not get two points (points), but we are glad we got one point.”

Riley Smith and Chandler Stephenson also scored goals for Vegas. Dunk made 25 saves in his first start since 2019, recording his first victory since October 27, 2017.

The Sharks’ goal was scored by Brent Burns, Matt Newton and Couture, who gave up four out of five to start their seven-game home run. In March, Ones conceded three goals in eight shots before pulling a second early. Dubnik stopped 17 out of 19 shots lightly, but took the loss.

FURTHER RESPONSE

In the second round, the Sharks appeared on the board due to a review of the replay of the power play. Burns hit the post, then went into the net before jumping out. The official on the ice did not notice; the game continued for 24 seconds until the horn blew from the Toronto replay center, calling for a replay. The officials looked, decided that it was a good goal, that Vegas could reduce the score to 3-1, they put 24 seconds on the clock.

START FAST!

The “Golden Knights” scored two goals in the 75 seconds of the first round, taking the lead. On the first goal, the Sharks left Smith on the edge of the net, and William Carlson passed him through the fold, 1-0.

Stephenson added a minute later, thanks to Mark Stone’s pleasing squad of 20 assists in 20 games this season.

COVID-19 UPDATE

Shark striker Marcus Sorensen appeared in the COVID-19 list before the game. On Thursday, Sorensen was practically involved, but was added to the list just before the confrontation. He is currently the second player on the list of San Jose, whose striker Thomas Hertl continues on February 24.

ABOVE

On Saturday night, the teams complete their collection together in San Jose.

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