Kassian walked out and backhanded his second goal of the series under the Jones' pads at 10:45 on the Oilers' 21st shot of the game.
David Schlemko's clearing attempt was intercepted by Kassian in the slot, and Kassian beat Martin Jones with a backhand to make it 1-0 with 9:15 to play. C Micheal Haley, RW Kevin Labanc and D Dylan DeMelo joined Boedker as San Jose's healthy scratches.
The Sharks set three notable franchise playoff records in the win: the seven-goal margin of victory was their largest ever, their four power play goals was the most they've ever scored in a game, and Pavelski's goal just 15 seconds in was the fastest in team history.
"It was actually just kind of surreal, looking around, to be surrounded by people in Sharks jerseys, and being in this strong little group of people in orange, and just chanting and having all this energy, " said Downton.
SAN JOSE The San Jose Sharks' offense continued to sputter Sunday in Game 3 of their first round playoff series against the Edmonton Oilers. Edmonton will head home with their tails between their legs and the Sharks in hot pursuit for game five on Thursday night in Rogers Place.
Oilers fans cheering on the team during Game 3 in San Jose.
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The Sharks came up with three power play goals by the second of the second period while building a 6-0 advantage. "I took another step tonight".
San Jose's big dogs ran wild in this one, with Joe Pavelski scoring twice, Logan Couture scoring twice, Patrick Marleau scoring his first of the series and Brent Burns picking up three assists.
With goalie Cam Talbot in net, the Oilers had shut out the Sharks the previous two games.
"I had knee surgery over two weeks ago, so that's why I couldn't fly - just because of blood clots - and I didn't think I could have my knee bent for that long", said Lane.
"Early on we had some pep", Thornton said. "This time of year, you've got to find a way to get on the right side of that", Sharks coach Peter DeBoer said after Sunday's loss.
Couture, who has shown nerves of steel in coming back from a severe mouth injury but hadn't done much through the first three games, played his best game so far.
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Zack Kassian has the early lead on the unexpected hero label in Edmonton's first trip to the Stanley Cup playoffs in 11 seasons.
The Edmonton goalie, who has only faced 39 shots in earning the two shutouts, said that he has tried to stay focused by playing the puck and helping out his defencemen a little bit more than usual.
Lucic has a goal and an assist.
Goals have been hard to come by for both the Oilers and the Sharks. Defensively, the San Jose Sharks are allowing 2.4 goals per game and are killing 80.7 percent of their opponents power plays.
"It's already forgotten in my mind", he said. Chris Scheetz from CISN Country 103.9 was on the sidewalk in San Jose during the Tuesday morning rush hour, trying to get drivers to honk for the Oilers. "It's just a matter of time before we strike".
"(Experience is) only good if you use it in the right way", Marleau said.
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At times, Larsson and Klefbom have drawn the challenge of covering San Jose captain Joe Pavelski, the Sharks' top-scoring forward in the regular season with 29 goals and 68 points. NFL Hall of Famer Jerry Rice opened the dressing room to lead the Sharks on the ice to start the game.