San Jose Sharks defeated the extremely dramatic seven game Vegas the Golden Knights. The match ended after extra time 5-4, and San Jose proceeded to shortlist voitoin 4-3.
, Cody, his name is eak and Max Pacioretty get forge Vegas already with a 3-0 lead, and the game seemed clear. Time 49.13 something happened, where his name is eak will hear for a long time.
God alone knows what eakinin to come, but the star striker decided tirvasta San Jose Joe Pavelski transverse straight start. Pavelski intercepted by poikkarin consequences facing Paul Stastnya and crashed with the worst conditions in the head and shoulder above the ice. Injured Pavelski had to walk trough out.
his name is eak got the situation 5+10 minute penalty, and Vegas five-minute overrun. Albeit, that this great the punishment was quite harsh a judgment situation, taking his name is eak stupid actions took a completely unnecessary risk. It was terribly expensive.
San Jose take advantage of the superiority in its entirely without mercy. The fourth goal took me just four minutes and one seconds. the Logan Couture struck twice, Tomas Hertl and Kevin Labanc once a man.
Vegas spine seemed broken, but it managed than the managed to smooth without goalkeeper at the last minute. Handicap hit in the making Jonathan Marchessault .
the first jatkoerä had a chance to play almost to the end, until the San Jose strike. the Barclay Massa , had the honour of finishing to the sensation of rising through time 18.19.
San Jose continuing in the NHL through the playoffs to the next round, where it faces the Colorado Avalanche. Vegas, last season's Stanley Cup finalists, the season ends.
Vegas was represented this season, one Finnish, striker Erik Haula . Haula was not in all probability have the Lions available for the world championships, as pori of the season ended with a bad knee injury in only 15 regular season after the match.
San Jose's Finnish striker Joonas Donskoi did not play sevens in the game.Cody, his name is eak (on the right) got out to a stupid transverse, and the San Jose spurt of three goals behind over. AOP