The PK

DETROIT — The Wings had a feeling the next penalty being called was going on them after having four straight power play opportunities after two periods.

It happened.

After Dany Heatley scored early in the third period to tie the game, the Sharks went on the power play three minutes later.

They had another just past the midway point of the period.

The Wings killed both of them off.

“We just kind of changed our forecheck a little bit to give a different look and I think it did pretty well,” Patrick Eaves said. “It causes a little bit more havoc for them.”

San Jose had scored a power play goal in each of the first two games of the series, including two in Game 3.

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