Canucks-Preds and Wings-Sharks Game 5 galleries foxsports Oct 20, 2016 at 4:58p ET How good is he? Dan Boyle takes a shot against Jimmy Howard. The Sharks may have started planning their Western Conference finals travel itinerary a little too early. NHLI via Getty Images Don Smith Not finished yet Tomas Holmstrom and the Red Wings will take all the momentum into Game 6. Is this series set to go the distance? All the way back Tomas Holmstrom's rocket shot completed Detroit's comeback and left the Sharks team and fans absolutely stunned. Over and out Jimmy Howard (35) blocks center Patrick Marleau's attempt at goal. Howard made several key saves to keep the Red Wings within touching distance. Chaos theory The Sharks and Red Wings had some intense battles for the puck, but Detroit flipped a switch and outplayed San Jose when it mattered the most. Picture perfect Joe Pavelski scores a goal beautifully assisted by Ryane Clowe and Kyle Wellwood. After leading 3-1 early in the third, the Red Wings rallied back to stun the Sharks by winning 4-3. Out of the blue Sharks center Joe Thornton had to be psyched walking out onto the ice with the chance to finish off the pesky Wings. Thornton assisted on San Jose's first goal of the game. You're trippin' Darren Helm again collides with San Jose Sharks goalie Antti Niemi. Helm had his share of chances, but couldn't put the puck away. His teammates did though, especially in the third. Crash course Sharks goalie Antti Niemi didn't have much to do early in this game ... except get out of the way when Darren Helm crashed into the net. Paul Sakuma Bounced check Red Wings center Darren Helm checks Sharks center Joe Pavelski into the boards during a first period where San Jose jumped out to an early lead. Doubled up Joel Ward's two third-period goals ended up being the difference. Now the Canucks need to take a road trip to Nashville that they probably hoped to avoid. Saturday night fights David Legwand punches Vancouver's Christian Ehrhoff in the face during the second period of Game 5. Two on two Pekka Rinne and Cody Franson depend on each other to defend against Vancouver's Maxim Lapierre and Raffi Torres. Out of thin air Pekka Rinne spears the puck from Christian Ehrhoff's attempt on goal. NHLI via Getty Images Jeff Vinnick Have a seat Shea Weber finds himself on the backside of Daniel Sedin's center of gravity during the second period. Getty Images Rich Lam Traffic jam Daniel Sedin is getting spied on by Shane O'Brien and Goalie Pekka Rinne. Getty Images Rich Lam Eyes locked on Predators defenseman Kevin Klein concentrates intently on a loose puck during the second period of Game 5. You'd have to ask him why. Self-inflicted Predators forwards Patrick Hornqvist and Mike Fisher may want to start thinking about spending their energy hitting guys wearing different colored jerseys. Knocked around Ryan Kesler scored twice, so it's only natural the Preds would try to rough him up a bit to knock him off his game. Temporary happiness Raffi Torres gets some praise from his teammates for drawing the Canucks level in the first period, but the night would eventually belong to the visitors. Equal and opposite reaction Mike Fisher, left, and Jannik Hansen collide during the first period of a high-scoring Game 5. Spotlight on you Pekka Rinne stands in his net with the entire arena looking on as he warms up for Game 5. One of two Despite knocking the net off its supports, Canucks forward Ryan Kesler celebrates one of the two goals he scored for the home side. Slipped by Pekka Rinne watches as Vancouver's Raffi Torres scores the equalizing goal in the first period of Game 5. After Nashville took an early lead, the Canucks went up 2-1 after 20 minutes.