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Tomas Hertl, San Jose Sharks wins Games 6 in Double OT

CLICK HERE if you have trouble looking at the pictures on a mobile device LAS VEGAS – Martin Jones had the performance of life, but Tomas Hertl made sure that the Sharks season did not end Sunday. Hertl did 8:43 in second overtime to give Sharks a 2-1 victory over Vegas Golden Knights in Games 6 in their first round of playoff series. With the Sharks killing a slashing penalty for Barclay Goodrow, called by 9:14 in second overtime, Hertl came across the blue line and fired a shot that played Golden Knights goalkeeper Marc-Andre Fleury at 1 1:17. Sharks goalkeeper Martin Jones finished with a remarkable 58 save, when the Sharks level in the first round of three wins and forces a game 7 on Tuesday night at the SAP Center in San Jose. [embedded content] ] Both teams had their chances of winning during the first overtime, with Shark's best chance c oming with 3:20 left. After a wild scramble, Timo Meier shot a shot against the net with Fleury down and out of position. But with the puck just inches from the finish line, both Colin Miller and Shea Theodore slid to stop it. A quick review of officials decided that there was no goal. Just moments later, Jones made a spontaneous stop on Jonathan Marchessault. Fleury finished with eight saves in overtime and Jones had seven. Sharks had 29 blocked shots through three periods and overtime. The Golden Knights had the 28th. (Nhat V. Meyer /…

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LAS VEGAS – Martin Jones had the performance of life, but Tomas Hertl made sure that the Sharks season did not end Sunday.

Hertl did 8:43 in second overtime to give Sharks a 2-1 victory over Vegas Golden Knights in Games 6 in their first round of playoff series.

With the Sharks killing a slashing penalty for Barclay Goodrow, called by 9:14 in second overtime, Hertl came across the blue line and fired a shot that played Golden Knights goalkeeper Marc-Andre Fleury at 1

1:17.

Sharks goalkeeper Martin Jones finished with a remarkable 58 save, when the Sharks level in the first round of three wins and forces a game 7 on Tuesday night at the SAP Center in San Jose.

] Both teams had their chances of winning during the first overtime, with Shark’s best chance c oming with 3:20 left.

After a wild scramble, Timo Meier shot a shot against the net with Fleury down and out of position. But with the puck just inches from the finish line, both Colin Miller and Shea Theodore slid to stop it. A quick review of officials decided that there was no goal.

Just moments later, Jones made a spontaneous stop on Jonathan Marchessault.

Fleury finished with eight saves in overtime and Jones had seven. Sharks had 29 blocked shots through three periods and overtime. The Golden Knights had the 28th.

(Nhat V. Meyer / Bay Area News Group)

Sharks were largely located during second and third periods, but Jones tracked the puck and he has all series. Jones stopped 16 shots during the second period and 12 more in the third at 11.00.

Before Sunday, Sharks had only won once in five playoff games at the T-Mobile Arena, a 4-3 double overtime victory in match 2 in their second round series with Golden Knights last year. Sharks also beat Golden Knights here 3-2 on January 10.

“We lean on we’ve won here before. We won here in the playoffs last year and we won here on a regular season this year,” Sharks coach Pete DeBoer says. “It’s the same as those coming into our building. “

” You have to deal with the momentum fluctuations and the crowd gets into it, we will see it directly by the bat. The first goal is obviously important for both teams. If we do not understand it, how we respond to it will be critical. “

The first team to win first had won each of the first five matches and after a fairly steady first period, Sharks entered the first dying seconds.

Brent Burns returned to retrieve the puck in the corner behind his own goal line and lobbed a pass to my ice where Meier fought for position.

Meier managed to win hit and point the puck towards Couture, who came across Golden Knights blue line, made a move to the right and kicked a shot that struck Fleury on his glove side to give Sharks a lead at 1-0.

It was the first time Sharks had had a lead as a visitor in this series.

In games 3 and 4 at T-Mobile Arena, Fleury stopped 53 of 56 shots , which included a shutout in Game 4 when Vegas chased Sharks goalkeeper Martin Jones and won 5-0.

“Be ready as a team,” said Meier Sunday afternoon. “It’s another game where we have the knife right in the neck. It is a way of thinking that must put everything on the ice that we have. “

The golden knight made it up in the second period and tied it up after a Sharks miscue.

Erik Karlsson threw a 90-foot drive from just next to the Sharks net, and tries to find Joonas Donskoi on the red line. The golden knights sent the puck the other way round.

After a Vegas ex-ante check, Marchessault collected the puck and hit it back to Shea Theodore at the Las Vegas Blue Line.

His shot at Shark’s net was saved by Jones, but the rebound came to Marchessault, who kicked the puck to his stick and lifted a backhand past the outstretched right edge of Jones for the third goal of the 8:40 series in the second period.

The Golden Knights shot out Sharks 17-7 during the second period and had 10 shot to San Jose’s one in the first 8:15 of the third period.

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