A look back at the penalty calls from Thursday’s Game 5 of the 2016 Stanley Cup Final between the Pittsburgh Penguins and the San Jose Sharks. Referees for the game were Dan O’Halloran and Dan O’Rourke with linesmen Derek Amell and Jonny Murray.
There were seven penalties called in the game – four on the Sharks, three on the Penguins. On the resulting power plays, the Penguins went 1-for-3, while the Sharks were 0-for-2. Pittsburgh’s scored power play goals in two straight games. The Sharks have not scored with the man advantage since Game 1.
1st Period, 4:21 – SJS Zubrus #9, Delay of Game – Puck Over Glass
1st Period, 8:18 – SJS Burns #88, High-Sticking on PIT Dumoulin #8
2nd Period, 5:58 – PIT Team, Too Many Men On The Ice
2nd Period, 10:30 – SJS Karlsson #68, Slashing on PIT Sheary #43
3rd Period, 14:04 – PIT Hagelin #62, Hooking on SJS Donskoi #27
3rd Period, 19:56 – SJS Vlasic #44, Roughing on PIT Crosby #87
3rd Period, 19:56 – PIT Crosby #87, Roughing on SJS Vlasic #44
Not sure how Polak wasn't assessed a boarding penalty?? And now the linesman call's 2 many men on the ice. Yes it was but not dangerous.
— Kerry Fraser (@kfraserthecall) June 10, 2016
Polak on Dumoulin
Pavelski vs. Fehr
Skirmish at the end of Second Period
Linesman Jonny Murray Goes Down, Stays In Game
(Stick-tap to tdhockey.com for the clips)