Golden Knights Vs. Sharks Live Stream

Golden Knights Vs. Sharks Live Stream

A year after advancing all the way to the Stanley Cup Final in their inaugural season, the Golden Knights are one win away from moving past the San Jose Sharks in the post-season again as the teams head into Game 5 on Thursday night.

The Sharks, who were shut-out in their last meeting in Las Vegas, got off to a hot start early thanks to a first-period goal, scored by Tomas Hertl, just 76 seconds into the game.

Considering the San Jose Sharks have last change, expect Vlasic matched up with the Vegas Golden Knights top line of Stone, Stastny and Pacioretty.

Logan Couture added a first-period goal off a teammate's missed shot, knocking the rebound past Fleury.

Hertl's early goal gave San Jose its first lead since Game 1 and ended a run of three straight games where the Sharks fell behind less than 90 seconds into the game. After Vegas forward Jonathan Marchessault got by Erik Karlsson, Goodrow made a sliding play to disrupt Marchessault's pass attempt. That, however, was somewhat short-lived, as Tomas Hertl came back with his second goal of the night with 5:15 remaining in regulation. All San Jose did in Game 5 was win a whopping 63 percent of its draws, which led to the domino effect of having the puck, and not turning it over. That helped steady the team and the Sharks delivered a complete performance to send the series back to Vegas for Game 6 on Sunday with the Golden Knights leading 3-2.

The Golden Knights wrapped up three playoff series on the road a year ago and will be looking for their first close-out victory at T-Mobile Arena, where they outscored San Jose 11-3 in Games 3 and 4. We just got to go in, focus on our game. San Jose has scored 289 goals and ranks second in the league averaging 3.5 goals per game.

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"It's always important to get the first goal".

The Golden Knights have some wiggle room in their first-round series with the San Jose Sharks.

"They still want the stats and the news, but they also want to show their fandom in different ways". Facing elimination for the second game in a row, the Sharks must win in Vegas or their great 2018-19 season could come to an end on Sunday.

"We knew they would play their best game of the series tonight and they did, credit to them", forward Max Pacioretty said. "We'll for sure come back, I believe", he said. A win tonight would give them a renewed sense of confidence, which is why Vegas does not want to see a Game 6.

The Sharks' prior two losses saw them struggle in the face-off circle, winning just 45 percent and 46 percent in Games 3 and 4, respectively.

"He was outstanding in Game 1, so it's not like he hadn't played well in a month", coach Peter DeBoer said. "They're going to play physical". "It's their building and potentially their last game, right, so they're going to try as hard as they can".

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