In the last two minutes, Timo Meier gave his San Jose Sharks a two-goal lead. It’s a 4-5 overtime loss against Carolina.
the essentials in brief
- The San Jose Sharks lost 4-5 to Carolina in overtime.
- Timo Meier remains without a scorer point for once
Despite a two-goal lead, the San Jose Sharks suffered a bitter defeat late in the last third of the NHL. Timo Meier’s team lost 4:5 after extra time to the Carolina Hurricanes.
1:52 minutes before the end, Mario Ferraro even hit the empty goal to make it 4:2, which seemed to end the current series of defeats.
But just 15 seconds later, Sebastian Aho reduced Carolina’s lead to 3:4. And 12 seconds before the siren, Marin Necas even managed to equalize for the home team. It was also the Czech who helped the Hurricanes win with his second goal after 55 seconds of overtime.
No Swiss scorer points in the NHL
Like Timo Meier, the remaining five Swiss players who were deployed on Saturday night did not have a scorer point. Kevin Fiala won 4-3 in Florida with the Los Angeles Kings for the third straight game.
Nico Hischier and Jonas Siegenthaler returned to winning ways with New Jersey in a 3-2 win after extra time in Dallas.
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It also posted two defeats: Pius Suter lost 2-0 to the New York Islanders with the Detroit Red Wings. And Tim Berni lost 5-2 to the Canucks with the Columbus Blue Jackets.
|NHL – Pacific (29.01.2023)||Sp||S||N||U||Tore||Pkt|
|1.||Los Angeles Kings||51||20||17||0||167:173||62|
|3.||Vegas Golden Knights||50||21||18||0||159:146||61|
|7.||San Jose Sharks||50||11||25||0||151:192||39|