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Golden Knights take Stanley Cup playoff series on Sharks

10 May 2018

"We deserve to be here", coach Gerard Gallant said.

"Vegas deserves to be moving on. And they all can play". He practiced all post-season and even took part in all the pregame skates but never felt quite healthy enough to get back into the lineup. "They've done a fantastic job with that team".

Like our Sharks Facebook page for more San Jose Sharks news, commentary and conversation. He took the place of Ryan Carpenter.

Game 3 and Game 4 will be hosted by the Golden Knights at T-Mobile Arena.

It's worth mentioning that this isn't the typical performance you should expect from a top line against a comparatively quality opponent. "They finished with more points than we did".

Unsurprisingly, they are the first team this season to complete a game with just one giveaway. "There was a confidence about them".

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Overall, the Golden Knights have hit their giveaway average in four of ten postseason contests.

"The [Sharks series] was a really good series", McPhee said.

His dad Willard was a superstar running back for the Blue Bombers from 1983-87, a period that saw him win the CFL's most outstanding player award and helped the team win the 72nd Grey Cup.

San Jose obviously has a dilemma.

Winning a Stanley Cup-or simply reaching the Stanley Cup Final-would be one way for the Vegas squad to gain a measure of revenge against any general managers who discounted the players' abilities. The team is now 8-2 in the playoffs as they swept the LA Kings in round one and won in six games against the San Jose Sharks in round two. "The enemy's got a vote and the enemy this series was Fleury".

The Knights goalie and Martin Jones both entered the series with save percentages north of.970, setting the stage for what should have been a memorable goaltender's duel.

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Games 1 and 5 will be televised on NBC while all other games are now scheduled for NBCSN. "We're chasing the game the whole series here".

"I was looking at the guy with puck". The three combined for eight goals, 25 points and 61 of Vegas' 202 shots in the series. Karlsson, Marchessault, and Reilly Smith were dominant during plenty of stretches of this series.

"It doesn't matter a whole lot", he said. Finally looking healthy, Hertl used his size and speed to bring pucks into the offensive zone and outmaneuver defenders to get in front of the net to create scoring chances. Evander Kane had one point, Joe Pavelski had three points and Joonas Donskoi had one point.

While Marchessault's goal was the game-winner, Nate Schmidt's odd goal seemed to break San Jose's will. "It was tough, too, but we gave someone a chance to be an overtime hero".

"We just didn't stick it in the net", DeBoer said.

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Golden Knights take Stanley Cup playoff series on Sharks