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The Sharks rally, defeating the Golden Knights for their third consecutive win

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Las vigas — Timo Meyer He scored the go-ahead goal on a powerhouse game with 2:48 remaining in the third period to help the San Jose Sharks win their third straight, 5-2 against the Vegas Golden Knights at T-Mobile Arena on Tuesday.

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Meyer gave San Jose a 3-2 lead when he quickly came through once Logan Couturefeed after Riley Smith He took a three-point penalty with 3:45 remaining.

“Honestly, in general, in the first couple of periods, we didn’t have a lot of pucks. We had a few looks, but we couldn’t get in and get putts through,” Meyer said. “We had to be patient, and it was nice to finally get one. That’s how it goes sometimes.”

Video: SJS @ VGK: Meier scores a great assist for a power play goal

Costume design had a purpose and an auxiliary, and Eric Carlson And the Alexander Barabanov They each had two tackles for the Sharks (6-9-3). James Reimer He made 24 saves.

“I’d like to say that [our biggest win of the year] Just because we had a chance to win our road trip against the best team in the NHL, said San Jose coach David Quinn. “We have gained confidence over the past three weeks with the way we played and the way we practiced.

“There’s a level of credibility that wasn’t there earlier in the season. The guys have more confidence in themselves and their teammates.”

Jack Eichel And the Jonathan Marquessault Scored for the Golden Knights (13-4-0), who had lost their previous two matches. Logan Thompson He made 24 saves.

“Our record says we’re a good team, and I think so,” said Vegas coach Bruce Cassidy. “I just came off the bench 10 minutes ago so unhappy we let a lead slip away in the third. Good teams don’t do that. You have to give San Jose credit, but some of that was on us, how we defended.”

Eichel gave the Golden Knights a 1-0 lead by one timer Shea Theodore At 19:56 of the first period. This was Eichel’s tenth goal of the season.

Video: SJS @ VGK: Eichel buries one temporary for 400 NHL points

Luke Koonen Tied it 1-1 at 8:05 of the second period on a rebound on a Carlson shot.

Marchessault put Vegas back in front at 15:53 ​​with a wrist shot from the right facing circle to make it 2-1.

Matt Neto tied the game at 2-2 at 1:03 of the third on a forehand backhand after a pass from Barabanov.

“I just found a pocket there and some open ice and it was a great game [Barabanov] “I managed to beat the goalkeeper,” Neto said.

Video: SJS @ VGK: Neto scores early in third place

The powerful Golden Knights have yet to hit the target Nico Sturm He was called sticking high at 14:10.

“Our penalty kicks have been great all year, and our solid play, after a tough start, has been very good,” Quinn said. “I just had a feeling. We killed him and did a great job killing him.

” … When [our] Power play happened, and there was a level of excitement. You can feel it. It was a great goal for Timo.”

Kotor (18:09) and Mario Ferraro (19:44) They each scored an empty goal for the final 5-2.

The Sharks finished 3-1-0 in a four-game road trip.

“Every time we play Vegas, there’s clearly a rivalry between us,” said Meyer. “It’s always a tough game. They’re a good team out there. They have a lot of talent. It was so satisfying to get a win at the end of a road trip.”

Notes: Eichel’s goal was his 400th point. … Golden Knights forward Chandler Stephenson He had an assist to extend his point streak to four games (one goal, six assists).

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