Vegas was outplayed Wednesday night like no other time in these playoffs, falling to the Sharks 4-0 before an announced sellout of 17,562 at the SAP Center, where San Jose evened this best-of-seven Western Conference semifinal at two games apiece.
San Jose Sharks coach Pete DeBoer decided to call in reinforcements for Game 4 with his team facing a dire situation Wednesday night against the Golden Knights.
San Jose dominated in Game 4 Wednesday, particularly at even strength, to shut out the Golden Knights 4-0 and even the best-of-seven Western Conference semifinal series 2-2.
The Washington Nationals star outfielder and avid Vegas Golden Knights backer posted a photo of a few customized Victus-brand baseball bats on his @Bharper3407 Instagram story feed on Wednesday morning.
San Jose goaltender Martin Jones shut out the Golden Knights as the Sharks tied the Western Conference semifinals at two games apiece with a 4-0 victory Wednesday night.
The Golden Knights look to take a third win in the series against the San Jose Sharks.
Golden Knights fans traveled to San Jose to catch the Knights’ in Game 4 at the SAP Center.
Golden Knights-San Jose Sharks Game 2 did a 14.1 rating in Las Vegas and Game 3 an 11.2 rating.
The Knights still have eyes set on the Stanley Cup, but the futures of some players in the organization are uncertain.
The Knights currently lead the series 2-1 and will play Game 5 Friday at T-Mobile Arena..