2011 Western Conference Quarters: Game 3 vs Los Angeles - The Comeback
2000 Western Conference Quarters: Game 7 vs St. Louis - Nolan's 90 footer
2008 Western Conference Quarters: Game 4 vs Calgary - Thornton's winner
1994 Western Conference Quarters: Game 7 vs Detroit - The Upset
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2011 Western Conference Quarters: Game 3
Sharks vs Los Angeles
6 - 5
19 April, 2011
It didn't look good for San Jose in Game 3 of the 2011 Quarterfinals. In the second period San Jose was already down four goals to Los Angeles. But San Jose had a rally in them. Goals from Patrick Marleau, Ryane Clowe (2 goals), Logan Couture and Joe Pavelski tied the game at 5 and pushed it to overtime. San Jose won it 3 minutes intwo overtime when Devin Setoguchi found the net off a great pass from Marleau.
2000 Western Conference Quarters: Game 7
Nolan's 90 footer
Sharks vs St. Louis
3 - 1
25 April, 2000
San Jose was already up a goal in Game 7 of the Quarterfinals vs St. Louis when Owen Nolan ripped a shot from 90 feet out. Goalie Roman Turek inexplicably tried to stop it with his chest, deflecting it into the goal. That goal turned out to be the game-winner, as San Jose went on to win 3-1 and move on to the Semifinals.
2008 Western Conference Quarters: Game 4
Sharks vs Calgary
3 - 2
15 April, 2008
It looked like Game 4 of the 2008 Quarterfinals was going to overtime tied at 2, but San Jose had other plans. With only 7.3 seconds remaining, Joe Thornton passed to Douglas Murray who took a shot on net. Thornton got a piece of it, deflecting it into the back of the net. The win gave San Jose the momentum to win the series in seven.
1994 Western Conference Quarters: Game 7
Sharks vs Detroit
3 - 2
30 April, 1994
San Jose was the underdog facing a dominant #1 seed Detroit in the first round of the 1994 Playoffs. But the team was up to the challenge, taking Detroit to 7 games and tied at two apiece late in the 3rd period. Detroit goalie Chris Osgood made a judgment error, coming out of the net to play the puck into the boards where Jamie Baker was waiting. Baker slapped it into the empty net for the game-winner, propelling San Jose on to the Semifinals.