In case you're wondering: yes, the Vegas Golden Knights are very unhappy about Cody Eakin receiving a game misconduct and five-minute major for cross-checking Joe Pavelski, which opened the door for the San Jose Sharks scoring an staggering four goals on the ensuing power play.
With 1:41 remaining in the first overtime period, Goodrow took an Erik Karlsson pass and potted the game-winning goal to push San Jose into the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs.
Martin Jones then appeared ready to seal the win, robbing Mark Stone with a glove save with 3:10 to go and Vegas on the power play.
What looked like was going to be a relatively easy Vegas win turned insane with 10:47 to play in regulation after a bloody scene on the ice led to a major penalty on Cody Eakin and sent San Jose captain Joe Pavelski to the locker room dazed. When Stastny came out, he fell and banged his head on the ice. Pavelski was left bleeding and had to be helped off.
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There was still time for one more pendulum swing, however, as Vegas scored with just 47 seconds left to send the game to overtime.
The call was controversial, and the supervisor of the series between Vegas and San Jose, Don vanMassenhoven, provided an explanation for the call.
Just when the Vegas Golden Knights looked like they had punched their ticket to the second round, a critical call by the referee punched them in the gut. The Golden Knights had a reasonably good penalty kill during the regular season: they only gave up more than two power play goals in a game once all season, allowing three against the Calgary Flames.
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Scoring four times on the ensuring power play - an National Hockey League record - set the SAP Center into pure pandemonium.
The Knights were none too pleased about the five minute major to Eakin that cost them the game and the series. They failed to do so in Game 5; they were given every opportunity to do so in Game 6 and again failed; and they gave up four of the fastest goals in playoff history in Game 7, yet still had a chance to win the game in overtime. The two teams have been exchanging blows, with things now deadlocked at three games apiece after Sunday's 2-1 Sharks victory in double overtime.
"We've been saying that forever", said Carolina coach Rod Brind'Amour, whose team also dealt with a questionable major penalty given to Micheal Ferland in Game 2 against Washington. It's so disappointing. The game's not even close.
San Jose won the best-of-7 series after trailing 3-1 and facing a 3-0 deficit in the third period Tuesday. Had Eakin been whistled for a two-minute minor penalty, which was also an option, the Knights would have gone back to full strength immediately after the Sharks scored their first goal during the penalty period. "I think you've got to let the refs make that call". As you can see from this Natural Stat Trick.
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