San Jose Sharks troll Golden Knights ahead of Game 3

San Jose Sharks troll Golden Knights ahead of Game 3

San Jose Sharks troll Golden Knights ahead of Game 3

However, San Jose's euphoria quickly turned to incredulity when the goal was not only waved off for interference but San Jose was penalized as well, putting Vegas on the power play.

Golden Knights goalie Marc-Andre Fleury, who stopped all but one of the 12 shots he faced on the penalty kill, credited his teammates for quickly getting to loose pucks and blocking shots in front of him.

Darin Stephens, NBC Sports Bay Area's truck statistician, pointed out that Stone's first-period goal was the quickest the Sharks have allowed in their playoff history. Per the NHL Public Relations Twitter account, the Knights now are the 13th team in NHL history and the third in the last 30 years to score in the opening minute of consecutive playoff games.

Vegas leads the best of seven series over San Jose (2-1) with Game 4 coming up on Tuesday. Stone has six goals in the playoffs already. This time around, the Golden Knights scored outside of 5-on-5 situations and the power play, tallying short-handed goals in the first and third periods.

The Sharks suffered an injury for the second straight game. Overall, San Jose just didn't play a good enough game, from matching up against Vegas' stealthy Mark Stone-led line to playing on its heels from 16 seconds into the game.

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The excitement started immediately for Vegas fans when Mark Stone scored his fourth goal of the postseason:16 seconds into the game. As of Sunday morning, 51 percent of public bets are siding with viisting San Jose.

Couture got his second of the series when his pass intended for Joe Pavelski was tipped in by Vegas defenseman Brayden McNabb. "They haven't, regardless of the scoreboard".

After two San Jose goals cut the Golden Knights' lead to two, Stone took a pass from fellow five-point scorer Paul Stastny and beat Sharks' goaltender Martin Jones for the third time with a smooth backhand to complete the hatty.

NOTES: The Golden Knights signed forward Nikita Gusev to a one-year, entry-level contract and expect the Moscow native to join the team for practice on Monday. Both set a team record for points in a playoff game. Can Las Vegas return home and stay hot tonight in Game 3? Vegas is the first franchise in National Hockey League history to hold a lead in each of its first five all-time playoff series.

First, Stastny grabbed a rebound between the circles, skated to his left and drove a wrist shot past Jones 21 seconds into the period.

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