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On Easter Sunday the Vegas Golden Knights hosted Game 6 with a chance to advance to the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs.

Both teams started the game conservatively. The Sharks seemed to hold an early on chances on net but Vegas got their chances too. Mark Stone, Tomas Nosek and Max Pacioretty missed three high quality chances leaving the Golden Knights scoreless. San Jose’s Logan Couture got his team on the board off of a neutral zone mistake by Deryk Engelland with :06 seconds remaining in the period. The Sharks held a 1-0 lead after the first twenty minutes.

Down one the Golden Knights continued to struggle getting their offense flowing. Thankfully Marc-Andre Fleury saved every opportunity the Sharks had in the second period. Jonathan Marchessault got Vegas on the board at the 11:21 with his third goal of the series.

Each team had man advantages in the third period but couldn’t convert keeping the game even at one a piece after 60 minutes of action. Tied at 1-1, Game 6 would be decided by an double overtime period. Hertl would score a shorthanded goal for the game winning score.

With their win the Sharks force a series deciding Game 7 in San Jose. The series finale is TBD on Tuesday night. (Recap by Jason)

Upcoming stories from the Vegas Golden Knights vs. San Jose Sharks in Game 6 of Round 1 of the 2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs

  • Steve Carp’s Sunday column recapping tonight’s game.

Ken’s Three VGK Stars

*** Brayden McNabb
** Cody Eakin
* Jonathan Marchessault



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  1. Vgk4life

    Shea Theodore. How lazy can you get? He sat there and coasted alongside Hertl swinging his stick in front. How does one become a blue liner in the NHL being that poor? A short handed goal in double OT….. and Theodore skating along like he’s at the ice capades.

    • Mike G

      It’s double OT, I’m sure he was gassed. He obviously could’ve defended that better but that goal has to be stopped by Fleury. Both goals they scored were soft. If that was Subban everyone would be screaming for his head

  2. JAT

    yep and he didn’t really look that tired.

    • Jason S.

      Trust me. Everyone was very tired. Theodore kept Hertl to the outside. That’s all you can ask for. It’s up to Fleury to make the save.

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