Four things Sharks did to upset Flames in surprising 4-1 win

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Four things Sharks did to upset Flames in surprising win originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea

The San Jose Sharks were on the ropes.

In the second period, the Calgary Flames outshot them 19-8. Calgary basically camped out in front of Adin Hill: According to SPORTLOGiQ, the Flames enjoyed a 12-4 slot shots on net advantage, all situations.

It was Hill, turning back 18 of 19 shots in the middle frame, who kept the game 1-1.

It looked, however, like it was just a matter of time before Calgary broke through.

But something happened on the way to the Flames’ victory lap: The San Jose Sharks re-discovered their game to kick off the third period.

“We had three or four good shifts in a row and then got a lucky bounce on my goal,” Logan Couture said of his eventual game-winner.

San Jose would pull out a surprise 4-1 decision.

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