The Sharks were once again unable to find their rhythm, dropping their ninth game this month at the hands of the Golden Knights despite a stellar performance by Aaron Dell.
In the San Jose Sharks first do-or-die game of the season, the game-winning goal came from an unlikely hero.
The Vegas Golden Knights shut out the San Jose Sharks in the final two periods on the way to a 5-3 win Friday night.
It seemed fitting that the first goal between the Sharks and Golden Knights would come off of a body, not a stick.
The Vegas Golden Knights held off a late San Jose surge to prevail 5-3 and push the Sharks into a must-win Game 6.
Martin Jones looked like a completely different person in net, recording 34 saves en route to a shutout.
For the second time in as many games, the Sharks and Golden Knights went to a sudden-death overtime.
It was a three-goal awakening in period two of Game 2 that gave the Sharks a chance to split the first two in Vegas.
the Sharks and goalie Martin Jones opened the second round of the playoffs flat and were blown out by the Vegas Golden Knights, 7-0.
The Sharks avenged their first-round exit of a year ago the sweetest way possible, sweeping away Pacific Division rival Anaheim.
The 2-1 victory extends the Sharks’ win streak to six pulling them within six point of the Pacific leading Golden Knights.
the expansion Vegas Golden Knights tallied three straight goals in the third period to best the San Jose Sharks 5-3.