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ANAHEIM Authentic Justin Bailey Jersey , Calif. (AP) The San Jose Sharks were down late against the Anaheim Ducks, but their confidence never wavered.To hear Logan Couture tell it, the Sharks were too naive to be afraid against the five-time defending Pacific Division winners.”Maybe guys are just young and they don’t know better,” Couture said.Timo Meier tied it with 53.7 seconds remaining, Joe Pavelski and Couture scored in the shootout, and the Sharks rallied to beat the Ducks 3-2 on Sunday night.Martin Jones made 25 saves in the Sharks’ second straight win. Jones stopped Adam Henrique’s shot in the first round, and Rickard Rakell hit the post in the second.Couture also had a goal and an assist in regulation to help San Jose move into second place in the Pacific, two points ahead of Calgary. Anaheim is tied with Los Angeles in fourth Kyle Okposo Jersey , one point behind the Flames.”It took 59 minutes to battle back and get it to overtime, but I liked our game tonight,” Sharks coach Peter DeBoer said. ”I thought we played an excellent road game considering the circumstances. It was a gutsy win.”Ondrej Kase had a goal and an assist for the Ducks, who had won three straight home games. Cam Fowler also scored, Nick Ritchie had two assists and John Gibson made 37 saves.Meier positioned himself on the edge of the crease to tip in Couture’s shot and secure at least a point for the Sharks. Ducks coach Randy Carlyle was not pleased with how passive his team was during the sequence, giving Couture a chance to let the play develop and Meier to get free in front of the net.”In the situation we’re in, in my mind, we should have had more of a push on the guy that passed the puck and we should have had better coverage for the guy that tapped it in backdoor. He was wide-open and you can’t allow that to happen … nen-jersey ,” Carlyle said.”Actually, I was kind of surprised how much time I had,” said Couture, who trimmed the deficit to 2-1 at 10:56 of the third on a wrist shot into the top corner for his team-leading 23rd goal. ”I just saw (Meier’s) stick in the lane, and he’s a big, strong guy, so he was able to put it in the net.”Fowler’s seventh goal of the season put the Ducks ahead 2-0 at 6:28 of the third.Anaheim jumped in front on Kase’s third goal in the last four games. Kase sped in down the right boards and fired a long shot that snuck in between Jones’ legs 2:39 into the opening period.Jones seemed rattled by the play and nearly gave up another goal a minute later after losing track of Derek Grant’s shot at his own feet. But Jones settled in by making a glove save on a shot by Chris Wagner after the Sharks turned the puck over in their own zone.The Ducks had plenty of chances to extend their lead in the first. Andrew Cogliano had a look at an open net only for the bouncing puck to skip over his stick, and Rakell put a one-timer wide of goal during Anaheim’s first of two power plays in the period.Corey Perry had a power-play goal with 18 seconds remaining in the first overturned on a successful challenge by the Sharks , with defenseman Kevin Bieksa being ruled offside.”We had our chances. We had our opportunity and we lost a point, so we’re not going to get all doom and gloom,” Carlyle said.The Ducks are 9-3-1 at home since the start of December, but the Sharks have handed them two of those regulation losses. They won 6-2 at Honda Center on Jan. 21 and went 3-0-1 in the season series.NOTES: Bieksa played in his 800th career game. . Sharks RW Joel Ward (shoulder) missed his second straight game. . Ducks C Antoine Vermette was a healthy scratch for the second time in three games. Derek Grant replaced Vermette on the fourth line.UP NEXTSharks: Host the Arizona Coyotes on Tuesday to open a three-game homestand.Ducks: Visit the Detroit Red Wings on Tuesday to begin a four-game trip.— ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — The California road swing has traditionally posed problems for the Toronto Maple Leafs. That wasn’t the case this season.Morgan Reilly scored with 1:43 remaining in overtime to lift the Maple Leafs over the Anaheim Ducks 2-1 on Friday night for a three-game sweep through the Golden State.The win allowed Toronto to overtake Nashville and Tampa Bay for the NHL’s best record at 14-6-0. The Maple Leafs — who beat Los Angeles on Tuesday and San Jose on Thursday — have won six of seven and are unbeaten in three overtime games this season.Coming into the trip, Toronto had dropped 10 of 12 in California.“I’ve had lots of good teams come out here and not be able to do it. One team always seems to get you on the back to back,” Toronto coach Mike Babcock said. “I think we have some real good veterans, and we have to be steady on the rudder. We have the chance to be a real good team over time and have to keep on building.”Reilly was wide open to the right of goalie John Gibson when he took a pass from Mitch Marner and unleashed a wrist shot for his ninth of the season. It is Marner’s 20th assist and 26th point Chicago Blackhawks T-Shirts Womens , which puts him tied for second in the league in scoring. Reilly is tied for sixth with 25 points.Patrick Marleau scored Toronto’s other goal. Garret Sparks, who was playing in only his fourth game of the season, stopped a career-high 38 shots.“I felt pretty good. I didn’t like the goal I let in, but other than that it is all about competing and trying to get in front of the next puck,” Sparks said.Pontus Aberg scored for Anaheim and Gibson stopped 33 shots. The Ducks have dropped three of four.Anaheim had a couple of open-goal chances in the third period but was unable to convert.“We’ve been snakebit to provide offense and tonight was a demonstration of that,” Anaheim coach Randy Carlyle said. “It was probably the most frustrating time all year because of the open nets we missed.”Marleau opened the scoring less than seven minutes into the game when he positioned himself in front of the net and redirected Jake Gardiner’s pass with his left skate. It is the 539th goal of Marleau’s career, giving him sole possession of 32nd place on the NHL’s career listAberg tied it with less than two minutes remaining in the second period with a 45-foot slap shot for his team-leading sixth. The goal broke a Ducks’ scoring drought of 124:05, dating back to the second period of Monday’s game against Nashville.NOTES: Toronto is 9-0 when scoring first this season. … The Maple Leafs are 2-1-0 in the second game of back-to-backs. … Marleau has 32 goals against Anaheim Sam Reinhart Jersey , which ranks first among active players. … Toronto C John Tavares had a seven-game point streak snapped. He had five goals and five assists during that span. … Aberg has points in three of his last five games (two goals and an assist). … Anaheim has successfully killed 28 of its last 31 when it has been a man down. … The Ducks have gone to overtime in a league-high seven home games and are 3-2-2. … Anaheim has limited teams to two or fewer goals in 11 games this season, which is tied for second in the league. Boston leads with 12.UP NEXTMaple Leafs: Host Columbus on Monday.Ducks: Host Colorado on Sunday.

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