Published: Fri, May 10, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

San Jose Sharks start Game 7 with 49ers offensive line

San Jose Sharks start Game 7 with 49ers offensive line

And San Jose enters the series with a similar group, as 10 skaters - 11 if you include goaltender Martin Jones - who were part of that Western Conference championship-winning club will suit up in this rematch with the Blues.

San Jose Sharks captain Joe Pavelski will return from a bloody head injury to play Game 7 of a second-round series against the Colorado Avalanche. The Sharks' Joonas Donskoi got his first goal of the playoff in the second to make it 3-1 Sharks in the second. He might've stained his white Sharks Alumni polo while chugging, and also with his aggressive style of towel waving, but fortunately his teal headband survived the incident. The Sharks have gone 5-2 here at home in the postseason so far.

Compher scored twice in regulation in Game 6 and assisted on Jost's goal as well as the Avalanche managed to get the game into overtime despite its top line of Nathan MacKinnon, Gabriel Landeskog and Mikko Rantanen being on the ice for all three San Jose goals in regulation.

The Colorado Avalanche are no stranger to must-win games, and should feel very confident going into Game 7.

The Sharks lead the goal department by the slimmest of margins, outscoring the Avalanche by a 17-16 margin overall and 13-12 during 5-on-5 on play.

It is still not yet known if Pavelski will return to the Sharks' lineup, but if he does you know there is going to be an emotional lift for the crowd and the team. This sets up an exciting Game 7 where it will be interesting to see how different factors play out.

That play led to a major penalty that the Sharks converted into four power-play goals to erase a 3-0 deficit and help carry San Jose into the second round where his teammates vowed to extend the season long enough for Pavelski to return.

The victor advances to play the St. Louis Blues, who beat the Dallas Stars 2-1 in double-overtime Tuesday night in Game 7 of their second-round series. This time around, it came against the Avalanche, who gave the Sharks all they could handle in this series.

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Grabbing the win was Philipp Grubauer, who stopped 19 of the 22 shots that he faced to improve to 7-4 with a 2.23 GAA in the playoffs this year and 8-5 with a 2.66 GAA in the postseason in his career.

"We're trying to win as many games as we can so we can see him back out on the ice again", Thornton said earlier this round.

By the time he returned after receiving an injection to numb the pain, his team was trailing by two. Jones has played modestly better in the postseason after a not so hot regular season.

This one could come back to bite the National Hockey League.

As noted, though, the Blues need to start finding a consistent source of offense. The Avs haven't lost back-to-back games since mid-March.

On Wednesday, he was instead the one leading the offensive charge. In the first round, he was tasked with shutting down Mark Scheifele, Blake Wheeler and Kyle Connor.

After Pavelski suffered a cross-check to the head by Golden Knights forward Cody Eakin, the Sharks were given a five-minute power play despite the hit appearing to be inadvertent.

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