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Sharks rip apart Oilers to knot series 2-2

21 April 2017

"We were just ready", Pavelski said. "It means nothing now going on to the next game - 1-0 or 7-0 - it's just another game and you keep moving forward". We were bad tonight, obviously.

Martin Jones also clapped back at Cam Talbot with a shutout of his own to cement the win as a complete team effort. The Sharks were 4/8 on the power play. You gotta score the goals.

"We've been saying we have confidence in it, just a matter of time before we strike", Sharks center Joe Thornton said.

Talbot departed at that point, but Pavelski's power play goal at 16:46 on Laurent Broissoit - on another patented deflection by the captain - upped the lead to 6-0 at the second intermission. The Sharks have averaged 27.7 shots per game over their first three games of the series, fourth-lowest in the playoffs. His return gave an immediate boost in the lineup, with a first period that saw the Sharks out-shoot and out-hit the Oiler by a 2-to-1 margin, though nothing was translated to the scoreboard. Talbot stopped 19 of the 24 shots he faced. The San Jose Sharks have allowed two or less goals in seven of their last eight games. Really, the Oilers might find themselves galvanized by such a resounding defeat, especially with the series shifting to Edmonton for Game 5. "You want to try and take away their momentum whenever you can and tonight I wasn't able to do that". The dramatic nature of tonight's victory may cast just a little bit in the minds of a young Oilers team that has generally played well in this series, save for Tuesday's performance in Game 4. It was a one-off.

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After enduring multiple long stretches without recording a shot on goal in games two and three the Sharks clearly game planned to avoid repeating this particular mistake.

"It was a bad day, a bad night for the Oilers", said Connolly, the host of Edmonton AM.

San Jose ended a three-game home losing streak in the playoffs, including games four and six of the 2016 Stanley Cup Final.

The previous fastest goal in a playoff game was by Dany Heatley, who scored 28 seconds into a game against the Kings on April 14, 2011. "Our power play hasn't been where it needs to be", Couture said about it yesterday. "It's an intimidating building to play in and it is even more when we have a lead early".

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Dressed in orange in a sea of Sharks teal, Lane drowned her sorrows in "pity beer" purchased by a "classy" San Jose fan. Following a two-minute hooking penalty to Edmonton defenseman Kris Russell, the Sharks dictated pace and eventually netted another first period goal.

Shark David Schlemko scored a power play goal 6:45 into the third for a 7-0 lead.

Pavelski slid a cross-ice pass to Couture, who took a second to gather the puck before beating Talbot with a wrister from the faceoff circle for his first goal since having several teeth knocked out when he took a slap shot to the mouth March 25 in Nashville. The two bottom lines were Timo Meier-Tomas Hertl-Melker Karlsson and Marcus Sorensen-Chris Tierney-Joel Ward.

The Sharks completely neutralized Edmonton's play makers throughout the game.

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Sharks rip apart Oilers to knot series 2-2