Things were going pretty well for San Jose Sharks winger Devin Setoguchi(notes) in Game 3 at the Detroit Red Wings on Wednesday night. After failing to score a goal in seven of eight playoff games, he tallied twice on the power play in regulation.
His anger was justified: Much like Ryan Kesler(notes) against Shea Weber(notes) in the Game 3 OT between Nashville and Vancouver 24 hours earlier, Bertuzzi drew the penalty by holding Setoguchi, the official making a marginal call in a critical spot.
The Sharks took a commanding 3-0 lead in the series, having now won seven of their last eight playoff games against the Red Wings. Jimmy Howard(notes) (34 saves) continued his strong play for Detroit, but Dan Boyle's(notes) game-tying goal at 15:52 of the third period is one he'd want back, having gotten his glove on it.
Both the Sharks and the Boston Bruins can close out their respective series on Friday night.