Cam Talbot made 23 saves for his second straight shutout and Zack Kassian scored the only goal as the Edmonton Oilers downed the San Jose Sharks 1-0 on Sunday in Game 3 of their Western Conference quarter-final series.
The Sharks, who haven't scored since Melker Karlsson's overtime victor in Game 1, managed only one shot in the final 1:47 with Jones pulled for an extra attacker.
Pavelski said: "We got a split there, they got one here". They've given the Sharks an NHL-high 12 power plays in this series, mostly owing to sheer youthful exuberance. "We take the game tape and throw it away". This time the Oilers kept the pressure, outshooting the Sharks 36-16 and outhitting them 41-21. Thornton had missed the past two weeks after injuring his knee in a regular-season game at Vancouver. But they'll be damned if they're going to be the Oilers' first victims in 11 years.
"I think they were the better team tonight and we were the better team the other night".
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The Sharks preached patience after they were held scoreless in games two and three, saying that if they continued to play well on defense and capitalize on their scoring opportunities, they could get right back in the series. "In one-goal games, it can go either way".
"Tonight was a big lesson", said head coach Todd McLellan.
Pavelski said: "It allowed us to really stay with our game". Off a face-off Pavelski took, Patrick Marleau tapped the puck over to Burns and the Big Pavelski made it bounce past Oilers netminder Cam Talbot for the 1-0 lead.
"This is an intimidating building to play in, and it is even more when you've got a lead early", Couture said.
Logan Couture, fourth on the team with 25 goals, also hasn't had a point after leading all players with 20 assists and 30 points in the postseason a year ago when San Jose reached the Stanley Cup Final for the first time.
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After two consecutive icing plays by the Oilers, the fatigue and frustration again led to a goal as the Sharks grabbed an easy faceoff win and Logan Couture buried the Sharks' fifth score of the game. Game 5 is at Rogers Place on Thursday, but instead of trying to close out the best-of-seven series, the Oilers will now be trying to stop the Sharks' momentum.
"At the end of the day, it was about them being more hungry to get back in the series and us not responding in the right way", Milan Lucic, the Oilers' veteran forward, said.
Already, Talbot, said, he had put the game out of his mind. While Kassian has been an unexpected surprise, Talbot might be the Oilers' most valuable player in this series. It did Tuesday night as the team set a new franchise record with four power play goals in a game.
Game four is Tuesday in San Jose. The top line came to life with Marleau skating on Thornton and Pavelski's left wing, a trio that found success together during the first half of the season. "I felt great. I feel healthy and ready to go for Game 4 now".
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