Game Two against the Kings didn't quite get off to the start that the Sharks had hoped for, but have no fear, the Smash Brothers were here to save the day. A spark from the Sharks fourth line (Brown, Torres, Desjardins) helped turn things around in the second period and led to seven unanswered goals for the boys in teal.
Sharks vs Kings, Easter style.
Time for a virtual Easter egg hunt ...
Jumbo got things going in Game 1. Any guesses on which line will produce 1st tonight? pic.twitter.com/eHaWYUpanE— San Jose Sharks (@SanJoseSharks) April 20, 2014
Seek and Destroy pic.twitter.com/T24F0zVpdn— San Jose Sharks (@SanJoseSharks) April 21, 2014
Not the start that the Sharks looked to have.
Muzzin with the first goal of the evening, 2 minutes into the 1st period.— LA Kings (@LAKings) April 21, 2014
Lewis redirection, and the #LAKings take a 2-0 lead.— Jon Rosen (@lakingsinsider) April 21, 2014
Challenge now for #SJSharks is to not get discouraged. They’ve had the better scoring chances by far— Kevin Kurz (@KKurzCSN) April 21, 2014
It's getting real, down here. pic.twitter.com/iFC2q9IZle— Brodie Brazil (@brodiebrazilCSN) April 21, 2014
Unlike the first period, the second period was amazing! Let the scoring begin!
First career playoff goal, stache master Mike Brown!! #SJSharks— AJ Hanson (@aj_handsome) April 21, 2014
Two games in a row Sharks' 4th line scores. Desjardins and Torres create the turnover on the forecheck, Brown hammers home Desjardins pass— Pierre LeBrun (@Real_ESPNLeBrun) April 21, 2014
TIE GAME! RAFFI!
Braun gives the Sharks the lead! 3-2.
OK, Shark Tank is mighty loud right now— Pierre LeBrun (@Real_ESPNLeBrun) April 21, 2014
Well that escalated QUICKly #SJSharks— Jason Fisher (@JasontFisher3) April 21, 2014
Sharks scored 10 goals in 7 games on Quick last spring. They've got 8 in less than 4 periods.— Pierre LeBrun (@Real_ESPNLeBrun) April 21, 2014
Since second period was so great, let's just keep this scoring thing going.
A message from Patrick Marleau: pic.twitter.com/U1qQIeVgQz— Brodie Brazil (@brodiebrazilCSN) April 21, 2014
After that goal, only 27 players in the history of the National Hockey League have scored more playoff goals than Patrick Marleau. #gutless— Fear The Fin (@fearthefin) April 21, 2014
Gotta love the chemistry between Marleau & Nieto. #SJSharks— Jon Hyllested (@jonjayh) April 21, 2014
The Big Pavelski at it again! 5-2.
"Thoughts on another good game for Quick, coach?" pic.twitter.com/jMZQLuOI7g— Jason Brough (@JasonPHT) April 21, 2014
#SJSharks kept saying they didn't think they'd score five on Quick again. They didn't. They scored six. Couture makes it 6-2.— David Pollak (@PollakOnSharks) April 21, 2014
Make that 7 unanswered goals!
Touchdown for the Sharks.— LA Kings (@LAKings) April 21, 2014
Jonathan QVIIck.— Canucks Hockey Blog (@canuckshockey) April 21, 2014
That’s ELEVEN different #sjsharks with goals in this series. SEVEN unanswered for San Jose in this game.— Brodie Brazil (@brodiebrazilCSN) April 21, 2014
Dear @SanJoseSharks, How do you possibly expect us to sleep after a amazing performance as this one? You do this time and time again.......— Seena Chhun (@chhun_s) April 21, 2014
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