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Antti Niemi made 19 saves.There are nights where we dont execute or are sloppy sometimes its only half a team, tonight was a full team, coach Todd McLellan said. Were fortunate to have a point. We need to realize that. That start itself was unacceptable.The winning play came off a faceoff on the opening shift of overtime. Monahan won the draw from Joe Pavelski and went straight to the net. Mark Girodano got the puck at the point and sent a backhand shot that Niemi struggled to control.Monahan then beat Justin Braun to the rebound for the game-winner just 24 seconds into the extra period.Monny really improved on faceoffs this year, coach Bob Hartley said. It shows right there. We won the draw and won the game.Both teams had chances to break a 3-all tie in the third but Ortio stopped Patrick Marleau on a breakaway midway through the period. The Sharks then killed a Calgary power play shortly after that with Niemi making a strong save against Monahan to preserve the tie.After falling behind 2-0 in a listless opening period, the Sharks responded with three quick goals to take the lead starting with Coutures tally just 12 seconds into the second.Calgary went short-handed for too many men on the ice and paid the price when Thornton knocked the rebound of Pavelskis shot into an empty net for the tying goal less than 3 minutes later.Karlsson capped the barrage when Pavelskis centring pass hit off his skate and went into the net for his sixth goal in eight games to give the Sharks the lead. The goal was upheld on instant replay when officials ruled Karlsson didnt re-direct the puck with a kicking motion.Calgary tied it midway through the period on a wrist shot from Hudler in the slot, setting the stage for the third period.That was a great response, getting that tying goal in the second was really important for us, Ortio said. Thats when were good. Were good in the third period and we showed that again tonight.The Flames got off to a fast start with a goal in the opening minute. Widemans point shot got through a screen by Markus Granlund and beat Niemi just 40 seconds into the game.Calgary kept up the intensity and even capitalized when they went short-handed for the first time in three games. Hudlers trip put San Jose on the power play but the Sharks didnt get many chances and then committed a costly turnover that led to a Calgary goal.Brent Burns bad pass to Pavelski in his own zone led to a breakaway chance for Colborne, who stickhandled around Niemi to make it 2-0 less than 6 minutes into the game.We just werent sharp enough, Pavelski said. We pride ourselves on good starts and we didnt have it.NOTES: Thornton scored his first power-play goal in 97 games, since Dec. 3, 2013, at Toronto. ... Flames F Curtis Glencross missed the game after leaving Thursdays game against Arizona with a lower-body injury. 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