SAN JOSE, Calif. - Antoine Vermette scored in the opening minute and then got the game winner in the shootout to lift the Phoenix Coyots to a 3-2 victory over the San Jose Sharks on Saturday night. Mikkel Boedker also scored for the Coyotes (10-3-2), who have points in 11 of their last 12 games. Joe Pavelski and Danny Boyle, who missed the previous seven games with a concussion, scored for the Sharks (10-1-3). Logan Couture converted the first attempt of the shootout for San Jose. He earlier thought he had the winning goal with 33 seconds left in regulation. However, it was waved off and replays clearly showed the puck never crossed the line. It was just one of many brilliant saves made by Mike Smith, who stopped 48 shots through overtime. Sharks goalie Antti Niemi made 28 saves. Radim Vrbata also scored in the shootout for Phoenix. Phoenix peppered Niemi with seven shots during the 5-minute overtime, with Niemi coming up big. The Sharks had some chances but did not get a shot on goal. The Coyotes scored just 36 seconds into the game. Rob Klinkhammer picked up a loose puck along the boards near the blue line and fed Vermette, who beat Niemi to the far post. Pavelskis goal came just over a minute into the second period, tying the score at 1. Tommy Wingels won a scrum in the Sharks zone and sent it up the ice to Matthew Nieto, who missed the previous two games with an injury. Pavelski took the pass and skated in, looked off Smith and found an opening to the near side. The Sharks took a 2-1 lead with a power-play goal four minutes later. Pavelskis shot was blocked and the Coyotes couldnt clear it and Thornton kicked it back out to Pavelski, who found Boyle on the left side. Boyle put it into the upper far corner. Boedker took a pass from Derek Morris midway through the second period and slipped it along the ice to the far side to tie the score at 2. 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He was replaced by David Ovssannikov, who allowed two goals on two shots in the last 1:47 of the game. --- GREYHOUNDS 5 RANGERS 4 KITCHENER, Ont. — Andrew Fritsch scored twice to lead the visiting Greyhounds past the Rangers. David Miller, Blake Speers, and Darnell Nurse also scored for Sault Ste. Marie (24-8-4), and Sergey Tolchinsky chipped in with two assists. Darby Llewellyn scored his 19th for Kitchener (12-20-1) and Ben Fanelli, Nick Magyar, and Justin Bailey also scored. Curtis Meighan added two assists. Brandon Halverson turned away 23 shots for the win, while his counterpart, Matthew Greenfield, made 28 saves. --- ICEDOGS 6 KNIGHTS 5 LONDON, Ont. — Brendan Perlini scored twice and added an asssist, and Brent Moran made 54 saves as the IceDogs upset the Knights.dddddddddddd Vince Dunn, Michell Fitzmorris, Carter Verhaeghe, and Cody Caron also scored for Niagara (11-20-4). Luke Mercer and Jordan Maletta contributed with two assists apiece. Max Domi and Matt Rupert each scored two for London (25-7-3), and Zach Bell rounded out the Knights offence. Jake Patterson made 26 saves in the losing effort. --- FRONTENACS 8 67S 5 OTTAWA — Roland McKeown scored twice and added two assists to lift Kingston over the 67s. Samuel Schutt also had two goals for the Frontenacs (19-11-4), and Ryan Verbeek, Ryan Kejawinski, Roberto Polesello, and Darcy Greenaway rounded out the Kingston offence. Ryan Van Stralen scored twice for Ottawa (11-19-3), and Joseph Blandisi had a goal and two assists. Brett Gustavsen and Dante Salituro had a goal and an assist apiece. Matt Mahalak made just 10 saves on 15 shots to pick up the win, while Philippe Trudeau stopped 43 shots in the losing cause. --- WHALERS 4 GENERALS 3 (SO) OSHAWA, Ont. — Connor Chatham scored the tying goal in the third period, and added the shootout winner as Plymouth edged the Generals. Francesco Vilardi and Zach Lorentz rounded out the offence for Plymouth (12-20-4), and Brook Hiddink had two assists. Justice Dundas, Hunter Smith, and Michael Dal Colle scored for Oshawa (24-9-3). Alex Nedeljkovic stopped 36 shots for the win, while Daniel Altshuller made 24 saves in the losing effort. ' ' '