SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Joe Thornton scored the lone shootout goal in the fifth round, and Alex Stalock stopped all five tries as the San Jose Sharks overcame a two-goal deficit to beat the Dallas Stars 3-2 on Saturday night. Joe Pavelski and Jason Demers scored in regulation for the Sharks, who had lost six of eight before rallying for this win. Stalock made 44 saves and got the win in his first career shootout. Ray Whitney and Antoine Roussel scored for the Stars, who were in position to win their third straight game but couldnt hold a third-period lead. Kari Lehtonen made 37 saves. After neither team scored in the first four rounds, Thornton beat Lehtonen for his second shootout goal in as many tries this season. Stalock sealed the win when he stopped Whitney. After a lacklustre start that led to a 2-0 deficit, the Sharks fought back and tied the game early in the third period shortly after failing to convert on the power play. Thornton did a good job keeping the puck in the zone at the blue line and fed Pavelski, who skated from the boards to the middle and beat Lehtonen with a backhand for his 14th goal. That is where the game stood until the shootout. Stalock got his first career start at home in place of Antti Niemi, who got a night off after allowing four goals in a loss at Los Angeles on Thursday night. Stalock had four road starts this season, mostly playing on the back end of back-to-backs. He was shaky at times as the Sharks fell behind 2-0 early in the second period. It is the second straight game and fifth this month that San Jose has allowed the first two goals after not doing it in the first two months. Whitney, who played on the original Sharks team in 1991-92, capitalized on a bad clearing attempt by San Jose when he sent a backhand from the circle through Brad Stuarts legs and over Stalocks shoulder to give him points in 10 straight games against his former team. Each team failed on a pair of power-play chances, and that is where the game stood after the first period. But Dallas struck again early in the second on a delayed penalty when Alex Goligoskis centring pass from a bad angle deflected off Roussel and into the net. The Stars nearly added another but referee Mike Leggo blew his whistle even though the puck was loose in the crease, negating a potential goal by Colton Sceviour. The Sharks picked up their play after that and got on the board midway through the second when Tyler Kennedy fed a trailing Demers, who beat Lehtonen with a one-timer to end a 44-game goalless streak. NOTES: Dallas D Sergei Gonchar left the game in the second period with an upper-body injury. ... The Sharks will be without rookie F Tomas Hertl for at least a month after he was hurt in a knee-on-knee collision with Los Angeles Dustin Brown on Thursday. ... F Vern Fiddler (upper body) was activated from IR to take the place of injured D Aaron Rome (lower body). ... 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"I thought we came out pretty flat and werent at our best in the first, but we came out and I thought we were pretty good the rest of the way," said Leafs captain Dion Phaneuf. "It wasnt a full line up for both teams and (training camp) is about getting in shape. "Its an adjustment for the young guys and its an adjustment for the older guys. Its about timing but I think overall we played well. " Fredrik Claesson and Andre Petersson replied for the Senators (2-1-0) while Patrick Wiercioch had two assists. Pageau also made an impact with his physical play. After a hit along the boards, Torontos Nazem Kadri and Pageau traded punches. Pageau was assessed a double minor, while Kadri wasnt penalized. "I was a little bit surprised," said Pageau. "It was a clean hit and we both exchanged some punches so I dont know why I got the double minor." Pageau had two goals and four points in nine regular season games with Ottawa last season, and added another four goals and six points in 10 playoff games. Earlier this month he was the leading scorer in a rookie tournnament featuring the Senators, Maple Leafs, Chicago Blackhawks and Pittsburgh Penguins.dddddddddddd. Thursday was Pageaus first pre-season game and he finished with over 14 minutes of ice time and four shots on goal in his bid to convince Ottawas coaching staff he deserves to stay with the big club. Hes got at support from important corner: newly minted captain Jason Spezza. "Im really a fan of Pageau," said Spezza. "I think he creates a lot out there, he has great hockey sense, he competes. Hes a little guy but hes always going to the dangerous areas and hes definitely putting his best foot forward." Jonathan Bernier started in goal for the Leafs but was replaced by Drew MacIntyre who played the final two periods. Both were appearing in their second game of the pre-season. Craig Anderson made his pre-season debut for the Senators and played the opening two periods for the Senators while Nathan Lawson got into his second game of the pre-season by working the final 20 minutes. The teams entered the third period tied 2-2 following a second period that saw three goals in the final five minutes of the period, including two by the Leafs 19 seconds apart. While on their second power play of the game, the Leafs finally got on the scoreboard as Kadri beat Anderson at 15:33. While that goal was being announced, the Leafs took a 2-1 lead as Raymond found the back of the net behind Anderson. It looked as though the Leafs would head into the second break with the lead but Wiercioch found Petersson cutting into the middle of the ice and the rookie beat MacIntyre with a back hand from the slot. Claesson scored the only goal of the first period as his slapper from 10-feet inside the blue line somehow eluded Bernier and went in off the crossbar. ' ' '