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SAN JOSE, Calif. - Joe Thornton figured he would just toss the puck into a dangerous area and trust that someone would be there.Brent Burns scored a power-play goal 4:22 into overtime after Thornton assisted on San Joses tying tally, and the Sharks rallied past the St. Louis Blues 3-2 Saturday night for their season-best fifth straight victory.Marc-Edouard Vlasic scored with 21 seconds remaining in regulation to tie the game for the Sharks. Thornton dug the puck out of the corner before delivering the pass.It was a good all-around game with two good teams going at it, Thornton said. We waited for the last minute to score in regulation and we waited until the last minute to score in overtime. I just figured somebody was going to be there.Vlasic was the recipient of the pass and converted his fourth of the season.Smart man, Vlasic said of Thornton. Theres a lot of ice available and with Jumbo making that pass, hes not going to miss. It took a lot against a good defensive team. We found a way to get a late goal, but we had a lot of opportunities before that. Its nice to get the win the way we did.Steve Ott scored his first goal in 10 months late in the second period to put the Blues ahead.The most disappointing part of it is team-wise we played extremely well and we didnt get the job done, Ott said. Collectively we made some mistakes and unfortunately those mistakes happened late in the game and in overtime.Patrick Berglund also scored for the Blues, who endured their second straight disappointing defeat. St. Louis lost 6-4 to the Stanley Cup champion Los Angeles Kings on Thursday after holding a 3-0 lead.Were an upper-echelon team and we have to show we can close out games, Ott said. San Jose, Los Angeles, those are the cream of the crop and those are the teams we want to beat.Andrew Desjardins had a goal for the Sharks, and Antti Niemi made 18 saves.Jake Allen stopped 27 shots for the Blues.Ott scored his first goal with the Blues in his 55th game. He had played 59 games since scoring against the Edmonton Oilers as a member of the Buffalo Sabres on Feb. 3.Desjardins scored midway through the second period after taking a pass from Justin Braun off the boards on Allens stick side and getting the puck to bounce off the goalies body from an extreme angle.I would have liked to have the first one back, Allen said. That was an unacceptable goal.Berglund backhanded a rebound off Niemis pads to tie it with 5:31 remaining in the second. Alex Pietrangelo ripped a shot from the blue line to set up Berglund.Maxim Lapierre led Ott with a nice pass and he finished the 1-on-1 against Niemi.Burns acknowledged he shot the game-winner as hard as he could.He has a shot, doesnt he? Sharks coach Todd McLellan said. He put himself in a good position, created a shooting lane. The pass was in his wheelhouse; he just pounded away at it. Its hard to stop a shot that fast and quick.NOTES: Blues C David Backes became the 10th player in franchise history to appear in 600 career games. ... Sharks D Mirco Mueller will play for Switzerland in the World Junior Championships that begin next week in Canada. ... Thornton moved into a 22nd-place tie with Phil Esposito on the career assists list with 873. ... The Sharks announced their first sellout in 11 games. San Jose had a 205-game sellout streak that ended earlier in the year. Vapormax Homme Pas Cher . Bryce Harper? He also came into Wednesday without a long ball and hadnt driven in a run. He was hitting .160, had nearly three times as many strikeouts as hits and was dropped to seventh in the batting order. Vapormax Homme Promo . On a hot, sweaty day, the Hall of Famer looked cool and comfortable. http://www.vapormaxsolde.fr/basket-vapor...-grossiste.html. 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The 62-year-old Hoeness, one of the most powerful figures in German soccer, was initially charged with dodging 3.5 million euros ($4.85 million) in taxes through the Swiss account. But when his trial opened Monday he admitted to avoiding 15 million euros more. Then it came out through an examination of documents he provided to investigators shortly before the trial that he owed 27.2 million euros in total — a number Hoeness did not dispute. Hoeness had faced up to 10 years in prison, and the sentence came between the 5 1/2 years suggested by the prosecution and the defences plea for probation, based on the fact that he had turned himself in for tax evasion and provided details to the court, the dpa news agency reported. Following the verdict, defence attorney Hanns Feigen said he would appeal the decision to see how a higher court would value Hoeness "not ideal" confession. He added that he was convinced the appeals court would come to a "better result" than the Munich state court did. Hoeness will remain free on bail pending the outcome of the appeal. German authorities have been cracking down on tax evaders in recent years, and have recovered hundreds of millions of euros. Their widely-publicized purchase of leaked account information on thousands of investors, as well as high-profile cases such as that against Hoeness and former Deutsche Post AG CEO Klaus Zumwinkel, has led to thousands of people turning themselves in. Hoeness, who also is part owner of a Nuremberg sausage factory, reported himself to the tax authorities last April — around the same ttime that German media were investigating reports of high-profile tax evaders.dddddddddddd News of the case against the national icon prompted even Chancellor Angela Merkels spokesman to weigh in and say the countrys leader was disappointed in him. As a player, Hoeness was a Bayern star who won the 1972 European Championship and the 1974 World Cup with West Germany and three straight European Cups — the predecessor of the Champions League — before retiring in 1979 with chronic knee problems. He became the Bundesligas youngest coach when he was 27. Bayern has been enjoying unprecedented success under Hoeness presidency. The club stood by him during the investigation, and its supervisory board was expected to meet following the verdict to see what steps to take next. Bayern Munich said it would issue a statement later Thursday. In three decades as manager and president of Bayern, Hoeness conducted a prudent financial policy that left the club not only without debts but with a fat bank account. Hoeness refused to spend lavishly on foreign superstars but brought in the best of German talent. In recent years, Bayern started spending more on players and the result was its first treble last season, when it won the Champions League, the Bundesliga and the German Cup. The club is on course to win the Bundesliga again — perhaps even undefeated — and could become the first team to defend the Champions League title. Bayern could accomplish the treble again. Hoeness was also instrumental in signing coach Pep Guardiola. With three "strategic partners" — Adidas, Audi and Allianz, which each have an 8.33-per cent stake in the club — Bayern has some of Germanys best known companies behind it. The club has also paid off its stadium. ' ' '