It looked bleak for the San Jose Sharks, who were behind 0-3 against the Las Vegas Knights with just ten minutes left in the crucial seventh match of the series.
But with a wild performance got the californian team turned the match with four goals in four minutes.
Vegas Knights got in the heat of the last ordinary minute sent the match in overtime with a relief, but it was not enough for the away team, as the Sharks with under two minutes left in overtidsperioden ruled the series with the goal to 5-4.
The magnificent comeback took its beginning, as the Sharks captain, Joe Pavelski went in the ice head first after a tackle and bleeding may be followed from the playing field.
The brutal incident was crucial for the match, as Knight-player Cody Eakin had a five-minute expulsion,
It started in the Sharks team.
- Since Pavelski joined, we thought that it should they get paid. And so we drove just speeding along, and said the Swedish Sharks-player Gustav Nyquist after the win, according to Aftonbladet.
Comebacket are by many described as one of the wildest in the Stanley Cup's history, and Sharks-the players could hardly believe their eyes after the wild victory.
- Joe Thornton (Sharks centre red,) screamed to us. 'Now we are three objectives'. So we made the four, laughed a Sharks defender Erik Karlsson for fighting and continued.
I have never been to something similar, and will probably never to be it again, " says Karlsson, according to the Aftonbladet
With the victory in the seventh match won San Jose Sharks series and was well on the way to the second round of the NHL playoffs, where the opponent is the Colorado Avalanches.