San Jose then scored twice in the final five minutes of the first period.Sorensen struck first, using a pick from linemate Eric Fehr to get loose from the corner and then skate around two defenceman to beat Fleury with his fourth goal of the playoffs.The Sharks added to the lead with 5.1 seconds to go when Donskoi skated from his own zone and beat Fleury with a wrist shot from the high slot."At the start of the game they actually had some better looks than we did.I think we’ve had chances in the last two games to get out in front, but (Marc-Andre) Fleury has I think been exceptional, especially early in games, in order to keep us off the board.It’s nice that we’ve stuck with it, and hopefully we see some cracks." Tomas Hertl added his team-leading fifth goal of the playoffs and Joe Pavelski scored a power-play goal in the third to set up a best-of-three for a spot in the Western Conference Final. Fleury made 30 saves and Vegas failed to convert on all five power-play chances while losing for the second time in eight games this post-season.I think we played well enough to win all of the first three, but tonight?No." Jones was a big reason for that, starting with a key save early against Reilly Smith.
But the San Jose goalie also delivered some big-time saves, including back-to-back stops against William Karlsson and Jonathan Marchessault on a Vegas power play in the final minute of the second.
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The Sharks made some changes from Game 3, with defenceman Joakim Ryan returning to the lineup for the first time since March 16 in place of Paul Martin, and Donskoi getting back in after missing the previous game with a lower-body injury.
After an early giveaway led to a scoring chance for Vegas, Ryan fared well and stripped William Carrier of the puck to thwart a chance for the Golden Knights.