National Hockey League playoffs: Vegas, Tampa Bay move to conference finals

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"I thought we were the hardest working team in the league before this series, but this team works hard every day for Gerard (Gallant)", DeBoer said. "I think our opportunities early were there to take that lead and get control of that game". "It was a strong game by everyone". Another turnover later in the second gave Vegas a great opportunity to score again, but this time Justin Braun and Chris Tierney helped out Martin Jones who was forced out of the goal on the shot attempt by Brayden McNabb.

One of the biggest differences in this series is what the teams were able to get out of their top talent on the front end. "We've got guys leaving the zone, they get a 3-on-2 or a breakaway". But with three seconds left in the first period, the Golden Knights netted the game's first goal. "So instead of staying patient, they peddled him off to Vegas and then arranged for the Golden Knights to take Marchessault, who was on a team-friendly deal, but would have fallen out of the Panthers" salary structure given his production. For us, like I said, the focus has to be on a full 60 minutes. "We've been on both sides of it, so you know, we're just going to regroup and get ready for the next one". They were part of a National Hockey League formed to get away from the old NHA and from the former Toronto Blueshirts and owner Eddie Livingston, and they wound up with most of the Blueshirts' players. Aaron Dell came on and stopped all six shots he faced.

Exhibit A is the emotion he displayed in Game 3 after the referees pulled the puck out of the zone because of an apparent high stick as the Sharks were mounting a third period comeback.

After looking lethargic in a 4-0 loss in Game 4 on the Sharks' home ice, the Golden Knights came out refreshed and looking more like the team that won Game 1 by a 7-0 final. "The game clock (and penalty clocks, if applicable) shall be reset to the time of the goal".

"The other night we played okay, but it wasn't good enough to win".

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Do you have words to express the season the Vegas Golden Knights are having? But the late-game charge gave them a taste of what they'll be up against in trying to win their fourth game of the series in San Jose on Sunday. It shows that he sees himself as a leader in a season where the Sharks are transitioning away from a Joe Thornton-Patrick Marleau-led core and passing the torch onto a new, young crop of players.

At the 15:38 mark, Schmidt's shot from just inside the blue line went off the inside of the post to the right of Jones, off the camera in the middle of the net and back out.

Tuch made it 2-0 when he tapped in Reilly Smith's rebound past Jones on the power play. The puck actually hit the crossbar and deflected down hitting the camera and came out so quickly it looked that it may not have gone in. but it did to the Sharks chagrin.

Third Period_4, Vegas, Tuch 4 (Eakin, Lindberg), 8:36.

Vegas opened up the scoring with just three seconds left in the first period. Penalties_Theodore, VGK, (cross checking), 1:24; Theodore, VGK, (slashing), 4:11; Neal, VGK, (slashing), 9:06; Vlasic, SJ, (slashing), 19:27; Vlasic, SJ, (unsportsmanlike conduct), 19:27; Engelland, VGK, Misconduct (misconduct), 19:48; Dillon, SJ, Misconduct (misconduct), 19:48.