On Tuesday, the Golden Knights completed a four-game sweep of the Los Angeles Kings, winning every game by a single goal and holding the Kings to three goals in the entire series. The Sharks are going for a sweep of their own with a 3-0 series lead. At this point, we should no longer be surprised by what they do, and maybe they really do have a legitimate chance to make a run at the Stanley Cup.
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It's only the third time in North American pro sports history that a team swept its first playoff series in franchise history.
Marc-Andre Fleury stopped all 31 shots he faced for his second shutout of the series. They scored three goals in four games, including two shutouts.
"I didn't picture this happening, me scoring a goal against the Kings", McNabb said, "but it feels real good to get this win and finish this series".
With their fans shouting encouragement, the desperate Kings put the pressure on.
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The last National Hockey League team to do so was the 1970 Pittsburgh Penguins, so it's been a while since something this spectacular has occurred.
"We're sky-high right now", said Brayden McNabb, whose second-period goal proved the series-winner against his former team.
Brown also hit the left post with 10 minutes to go in the third, typical of the close calls that failed to generate goals for the Kings in the series.
Braden Holtby got his first start of the series in goal for the Capitals after Philipp Grubauer's strong late-season play earned him the start for Games 1 and 2.
Fleury finished with 127 saves on 130 shots, a.977 save percentage. The Sharks now lead the Ducks three games to none and have scored 18 goals in their first three games. He moved past Dominik Hasek into 11th place on the NHL's all-time list for playoff wins for a goaltender.
All four games were decided by one goal, including two games by 1-0 scores to begin and end the series.