PITTSBURGH – Evander Kane could not help himself. Skating near the Pittsburgh Penguins bench late in the third phase Thursday, the San Jose Sharks went on looking at the Pittsburgh whiteboard, which could – or not – have written down the time it is proposed to take when removing Casey DeSmith's beacon in An attempt to get back into the game.
"I like to think a bit of what a veteran warehouse did, right?" Kane said. "If you can see it, why not look at it?"
Even if it was hardly needed. Not with Sharks is good on their way to a prominent 4-0 victory behind two goals by Tomas Hertl and a short marker with Kane in the first 14 minutes.
The Penguins took out of a mix of frustration in their own stunning play and Kane's crafts, exception, and he took it into dusty dust that ended with a little visibility of Captain Pittsburgh, Sidney Crosby, mixes with San Micheal Jose Jose, someone who is much better known for his work with darts or phones.
Although Kane has compressed with Tanner Pearson, Crosby traded penalties with Sharks, defender Brenden Dillon before Haley – who has nine career goals and 592 minute penalties – jumped in. Both had separated relatively quickly, and Haley said the idea that he was fighting the three MVP time-time.
"I do not know if I would call that fight," said Haley. "If all the fighting liked that, I would take it. My body would feel much better. No, in fact. It's pretty hard for me to get hold of men like him. But things are happening in a hockey game, and I'm glad we've come out on top. "
The screen ended with Marcus Pettersson Crosby, Haley, Dillon, a Pittsburgh attacker, joining 10 minutes contracts, and Mike Sullivan, a Penguins trainer thrown away. Sullivan refused to join why she was thrown away. Only a little more extended on his team's first test that allowed San Jose to take an order.
"We're taking a minute penalty into the game and it's a snow itself," said Sullivan. "We gave them three goals quite easy for them. It's hard to overcome that."
Martin Jones stopped all the 26 shots he faced to win his love on the 21st love. Brent Burns raised his 12th season late to Sharks, who has won eight out of ten to draw within one point of Calgary for the highest place and place in the Sea Region Calm.
DeSmith finished with 29 savings, but Pittsburgh lost out of the gate and never restored to lose for the second time in six games.
"We made a few mistakes early and they're going to be big ones," said Crosby.
Hertl scored a goal kick at the San Jose over the Penguins 5-2 win on January 15 and very little time he spent going to work in the recreation. Jack Johnson, the defender, Jack Johnson, punished for less than a minute to the game, and Hertl said the Sharks in front of him when he shot on his goal and raised over DeSmith 1:44 and # 39 first r.
Kane doubled San Jose's 10:01 advantage to the first time when Pittsburgh's power – which has been aggravated between dynamic and terrible every season – has suffered another analysis that ended with the puck at the back of his net himself.
Burns pushed the puck away from Phil Kessel in the blue line, and Kane knocked him down before turning back to the back between DeSmith legs. The 27th anniversary of Kane's season was also the small 13th marker allowed by Pittsburgh, the largest in NHL.
Hertl's 28th goal – the one that pushes San Jose's advantage to 3-0 only 13:19 into the game – it could have been easier too. Logan Couture fights off two Benguins to keep the puck in the blue line, and Hurt was restored before he was transferred to Joe Pavelski in front of him. Pavelski dropped her ice cross to Kevin Labanc. He held the second for Labanc – a little long enough for the middle of DeSmith and Pittsburgh Matt Cullen to blow – before transferring it back to Hirt, who was just outside the blue paint when he put it in the empty net .
Cullen and DeSmith bent their heads incredible while Johnson – who has recently been under fire – has completely pushed out the puck out of the net.
NOTES: Cullen played in his 1,495 game, hitting him with Hall of Fame's guardian and current Buffalo Sabers coach Phil Housley from the third most popular American winner player. … A number of Penguins wearing a rainbow tape on their sticks during warming up and preaching as a "Hockey for People" evening. Fans are auctioned to raise money for "You Can Play," an advocacy group that promotes safety and inclusion for all those involved in sports, including LGBTQ athletes, coaches and supporters.
Sharks: Continue on a four-game tour in Columbus on Saturday. The Blue Jackets won the first meeting between the two 4-1 teams on November 1.
Penguins: Traveling to Philadelphia to play the competitive Flyers at Lincoln Financial Field as part of the NHL Stadium Series. Pittsburgh beat Philadelphia 4-2 in a Stadium Series game at Heinz Field in 2017.