The St. Louis Blues scored four goals against San Jose Sharks goalie Martin Jones on Saturday night. John Hefti, John Hefti-USA TODAY Sports

During Games 2 and 3 of the Western Conference finals San Jose Sharks goalie Martin Jones looked unbeatable with back-to-back shutouts against the St. Louis Blues.

Things did not go as well for him and the Sharks in Game 4 on Saturday.

Jones was pulled by Sharks coach Pete DeBoer midway through the second period in favor of backup James Reimer after giving up four goals on 19 shots, including a pair of Kyle Brodziak goals that came just four minutes apart.

Jones was clearly not at his best, but neither were his teammates in front of him.

Let's take a look at everything that happened for Jones and the Sharks.

After Troy Brouwer snapped Jones' 156 minute shutout streak early in the first period, Jori Lehtera scored to give the Blues a 2-0 lead after the Sharks failed to exit the zone. Even then Jones made it difficult for the Blues with an absolutely incredible save on the initial Blues' shot, he was unable to get to the second chance opportunity that resulted in Lehtera's second goal of the series (he also score the game-winning goal for the Blues in Game 1).

Things did not get much better in the second period.

With the Sharks on the power play and trying to get back into the game, Brodziak scored his first goal of the game when he finished a 2-on-1 rush to beat Jones to give the Blues a 3-0 lead.

This goal came just seconds after the Blues had another odd-man rush on the same Sharks power play.

Four minutes later, Brodziak put in his second goal after yet another Sharks turnover in the defensive zone.

This goaltending switch by the Sharks came on the same night the Blues started the game with a goalie switch by giving Jake Allen the start over Brian Elliott.

With that, both teams have now used both of their goalies just four games into the Western Conference finals series.