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NHL Playoffs 2013: Sharks beat Kings in OT; Wings topple Blackhawks

The Sharks needed OT, but got back into their series with the Kings after a 2-1 victory. They still trail the series 2-1. Earlier in the day, the Red Wings picked up a 4-1 victory against the Blackhawks in Chicago to knot the series at one apiece.

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Sharks' OT win keeps them in series with Kings

The San Jose Sharks avoided falling into a near-insurmountable deficit in a Western Conference semifinal series against the Kings.

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Sharks set-up for big OT chance

San Jose will have a lengthy 5-on-3 as overtime begins in Game 3.

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Sutter Face!

It's something to behold.

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Quick keeping Sharks at bay in Game 3

Jonathan Quick is keeping a depleted Sharks team at bay.

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Kings, Sharks tied after one

The Kings rookie evened the score at 1-1 in the first period.

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Nodding his head like yeah...

Nodding his head like yeah...

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Hit of the playoffs?

Hit of the playoffs?

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Red Wings blitz Blackhawks to tie series

The Wings reversed their 4-1 Game 1 loss to return to Detroit with a series split.

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Sharks' Havlat to return for Game 3

The Sharks will get Martin Havlat back after a five-game absence.

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Red Wings erase deficit, lead Hawks 2-1 after two

Damien Brunner and Brendan Smith scored to give the Wings a 2-1 lead.

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Kane gives Hawks 1-0 lead on counterattack

Patrick Kane's first goal of the playoffs put the Hawks up 1-0 after the first period.

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