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Vegas got off to quite the slow start being hemmed in their own end for much of the first 15 minutes of the game. However, an unforced delay of game penalty put the Golden Knights on the power play and flipped the momentum a bit. They did not score but headed to the break feeling a bit better that they could have. The Sharks struck first for their fifth non-5-on-5 goal of the series to take the 1-0 lead, but it did not last. The Golden Knights utilized a pair of power-play goals and an even-strength one to take a 3-1 lead into the 2nd intermission. The Sharks scratched and clawed their way back into the game and tied it inside the final minutes. Moments after a James Neal post, William Karlsson wins the game for the Golden Knights.

Upcoming stories from the Vegas Golden Knights vs. San Jose Sharks in Game 3 of Round 2 of the Stanley Cup Playoffs at SAP Center.

  • One team may be named the Sharks, but when the other smells blood in the water, they’re the ones who feed.
  • VGK becoming road warriors in the playoffs. Two of the three games they conceded first and they’ve still won all three. (Also, Ken is now 8-0-0 when in attendance away from T-Mobile Arena)
  • Penalties were supposed to be the story, but the other way.

Three Stars
*** Tomas Hertl
** William Karlsson
* Marc-Andre Fleury

Yes, Nate thought what you thought as Fleury made the save.

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  1. Mark

    So Ken, what do you think of the Shark Tank. Personally my favorite road arena I’ve been to

  2. Vic

    I’m going to need more nerve medicine. Two crossbars, the save of the season and then Wild Bill. Getting the heart monitor ready for game 4.

  3. Vgk4life

    second game in a row where the stripes tried to give the game to San jose. Some quick observations.

    Tatar 20 shifts, 1 shot on goal…. Brutal
    Marchessault coming back to make plays defensively created offense.
    Fluery made some magnificent saves
    McNabb continues to disappear. He was using his size in the beginning of the year, hammering people. Now he doesn’t.

    Overall good team effort

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