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Topic - Patrick Marleau
When Patrick Marleau scored a fluky overtime goal to give the San Jose Sharks a 3-0 series lead, the Los Angeles Kings easily could have moped around and started looking ahead to the offseason.
A lot more than luck went the Kings' way as they completely took over the series, outscoring San Jose 16-3 over the final 3½ games to join Toronto (1942), the New York Islanders (1975) and Philadelphia (2010) as the only NHL teams to win a best-of-seven series after losing the first three games.
After Patrick Marleau's fourth career playoff overtime goal silenced Staples Center for maybe the next-to-last time this season, the veteran San Jose Sharks forward attributed his knack for postseason heroics to one simple trait.
Max Pacioretty lifted the Montreal Canadiens into the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs Tuesday night with a power-play goal with 43 seconds remaining for a 4-3 victory and a four-game sweep of Tampa Bay.
The only similarity in the rematch of a tightly played seven-game series between Los Angeles and San Jose is that the home team keeps winning.
The San Jose Sharks spent seven games struggling to get the puck past Jonathan Quick in a playoff loss a year ago.
Marty Havlat responded to a benching with his most productive game in years.
Patrick Marleau has had a lot of success against the Edmonton Oilers this season.
The San Jose Sharks were sluggish in the first period while playing on back-to-back nights.
Nicklas Backstrom scored the winning goal in the shootout to lead the Washington Capitals to their first win in San Jose in more than 20 years, 3-2 over the Sharks on Saturday night.
The talk in the San Jose locker room was about the save at the end of regulation that got them one point. Backup goalie Alex Stalock followed that by improving to 3-0 in shootouts in his career and not allowing a goal in 10 attempts to help get the other point.
As soon as the San Jose Sharks started taking the body, they took over the game.
Marcus Foligno looked up at the video board and was moved as the Buffalo Sabres said farewell to two of their most popular players.
John McCarthy and Tommy Wingels sent the San Jose Sharks into a nearly three-week Olympic break on a winning note.
After struggling to score any goals for four games, the San Jose Sharks had plenty of moves left for a shootout.
"There's been a lot of low points, but yeah, this is definitely one of them being up 3-0," Marleau said.
"Well, you just try to shoot it on net," Marleau said. "This one was not a hard shot by any means, but you just get it to the net."