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ANAHEIM DUCKS 2 VEGAS GOLDEN KNIGHTS 0 (39-16-4 82 PTS)

The Ducks only put four shots on goal in the 1st period, but one of them was deflected past Fleury giving the road team a one goal lead. It appeared as if the Ducks had gone ahead by two, but a successful offside challenge by Gallant brought it back. Vegas mustered up 20 shots in the final period after getting just 13 on net in the first two, but couldn’t get one past either John Gibson or Ryan Miller.

Upcoming stories from the Vegas Golden Knights vs. Anaheim Ducks at T-Mobile Arena.

  • Let’s talk about 3rd star of the game, Tomas Hyka.

Three Stars
*** Tomas Hyka
** Tomas Silfverberg
* Rickard Rakell

VEGAS GOLDEN KNIGHTS 6 (39-15-4 82 PTS) MONTREAL CANADIENS 3

An absolute wild 1st period which involved five goals, a pulled goalie, a two penalties saw the Golden Knights ahead 3-2. The 2nd period was dominated by Vegas as they extended the lead to 5-2 with goals from Ryan Carpenter and Reilly Smith. Nate Schmidt cashed in to give the Golden Knights a four goal lead, they would eventually come out on top by the final score of 6-3.

Upcoming stories from the Vegas Golden Knights vs. Montreal Canadiens at T-Mobile Arena.

  • Photo gallery from Brandon Andreasen
  • Guest Post: What should the Golden Knights do at the deadline

Three Stars
*** Nate Schmidt
** Ryan Carpenter
* Reilly Smith

VEGAS GOLDEN KNIGHTS 4 (38-15-4 80 PTS) EDMONTON OILERS 1

Both teams came out of the gates a bit bumpy, but it didn’t take too long for the Golden Knights to turn it on. Ryan Carpenter tallied his fourth goal in six games to give Vegas a one goal lead after one. Then a pair of goals from Jonathan Marchessault and William Karlsson put the Golden Knights up by three. An early power play goal by Erik Haula, his 14th of 3rd period goal of the year, pretty much salted away the game. Edmonton got one to bust up the shutout, but it was never really a game. For the first time in three tries, the Golden Knights defeated the Oilers.

Upcoming stories from the Vegas Golden Knights vs. Edmonton Oilers at T-Mobile Arena.

  • What did they do differently on McDavid this time around?

Three Stars
*** Marc-Andre Fleury
** Ryan Carpenter
* William Karlsson

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VEGAS GOLDEN KNIGHTS 5 (37-15-4 78 PTS) CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS 2

It didn’t take time for the game to get going as the Golden Knights had a shot on goal within the first 10 seconds. Then, they took a penalty 1:00 into the game and Chicago cashed in to go ahead. Each team scored in the 2nd to send the game to the final period 2-1 Chicago. The Golden Knights did not wait long to take the game over though. Three goals in the first five minutes of the 3rd by Brad Hunt, Reilly Smith, and David Perron gave Vegas a lead they would not relinquish.

Upcoming stories from the Vegas Golden Knights vs. Chicago Blackhawks at T-Mobile Arena.

  • When it rains it pours for the Golden Knights. Why are they so good at scoring over and over again on teams?

Three Stars
*** David Perron
** Brad Hunt
* Reilly Smith

PHILADELPHIA FLYERS 4 VEGAS GOLDEN KNIGHTS 1 (36-15-4 76 PTS)

The Golden Knights got on the board first with a goal for Brayden McNabb but the Flyers, despite being outshot by 13 through two, scored three unanswered to give them the lead heading into the final frame. Vegas was able to muster up a bunch of shots through the final 20 minutes, but couldn’t ever get one to go. Rough loss on home ice to start the homestand.

Upcoming stories from the Vegas Golden Knights vs. Philadelphia Flyers at T-Mobile Arena.

  • Flyers seemed to take the air out of the game all night. They were outshot, outpossessed heavily, but won the game. A look into the effectiveness of that strategy against the Golden Knights.

Three Stars
*** Michal Neuvirth
** Brayden McNabb
* Sean Couturier

VEGAS GOLDEN KNIGHTS 5 (36-14-4 76 PTS) SAN JOSE SHARKS 3

The Sharks came out and jumped down the Golden Knights throats scoring first and taking a 13-0 shots on goal advantage. But Vegas wasn’t going to be held down for long as they scored the game-tying goal in the 1st and the go-ahead early in the 2nd. San Jose struck on the power play to tie the game at two heading to the final period. Vegas fell behind in the 3rd but a snipe by Brayden McNabb tied it and then James Neal gave the Golden Knights the go-ahead goal. That’s 13-1-1 in the Pacific Division and undefeated against everyone not named Edmonton.

Upcoming stories from the Vegas Golden Knights at San Jose Sharks at SAP Center.

  • That road trip was no joke, 6 games, 11 days, all playoff teams.

Three Stars
*** Brent Burns
** David Perron
* Marc-Andre Fleury

PITTSBURGH PENGUINS 5 VEGAS GOLDEN KNIGHTS 4 (35-14-4 74 PTS)

What was meant to be a night for Marc-Andre Fleury to be celebrated turned into a goal fest in the first 40 minutes. Vegas struck for the first two on goal from William Karlsson and James Neal, but the Penguins were able to get three straight to end the 2nd with a one goal lead. Pittsburgh got the next two making it five unanswered. Vegas was able to make it a game but never could find the equalizer.

Upcoming stories from the Vegas Golden Knights at Pittsburgh Penguins at PPG Paints Arena.

  • Tonight was about Fleury facing his former team; so it’s time to take a look at how everyone has done against their old teams.

Three Stars
*** Marc-Andre Fleury
** Sidney Crosby
* Evgeni Malkin

 

VEGAS GOLDEN KNIGHTS 4 (35-13-4 74 PTS) WASHINGTON CAPITALS 3

The Caps struck first with a bit of a soft goal past Fleury’s glove hand. Then the first career Golden Knights goal for Ryan Carpenter. Vegas outplayed Washington in the first period, but the opposite occurred in the second. Both periods ended tied. Washington scored right away but Vegas got the next two including the game winner a by Alex Tuch. Grubauer spilled it and Tuch was able to punch it in.

Upcoming stories from the Vegas Golden Knights at Washington Capitals at Capitol One Arena.

  • Comparing arena experiences in Anaheim, Los Angeles, Dallas, and now Washington; T-Mobile Arena really is on another level.

Three Stars
*** Matt Niskanen
** Alex Tuch
* Reilly Smith

MINNESOTA WILD 5 VEGAS GOLDEN KNIGHTS 2 (34-13-4 72 PTS)

A miserable opening period for the Golden Knights in which they gave up two goals, were outshot 19-8, and lost the Corsi battle 26-12. The Wild added the game’s third goal but a power play tip-in from Erik Haula cut the lead back to two. Minnesota scored again on the power play sending the game to the 3rd at 4-1. Vegas never quite got going as the Wild become the third team to beat the Golden Knights twice.

Upcoming stories from the Vegas Golden Knights at Minnesota Wild at Xcel Energy Center.

  • On to Washington.

Three Stars
*** Charlie Coyle
** Eric Staal
* Jonas Brodin

VEGAS GOLDEN KNIGHTS 3 (34-12-4 72 PTS) WINNIPEG JETS 2 – OT

The Golden Knights had a hard time getting possession for most of the 1st period which limited them offensively. They were controlling the Jets in their own end until a mistake from Fleury allowed for an easy tap in for Joel Armia to give Winnipeg the 1-0. An absolute monster effort by Reilly Smith (see below) got the Golden Knights on the board with a shorthanded goal, then Erik Haula found a puck underneath Hellebuyck to give Vegas the lead after 40. Late in the 3rd the Jets tied the game sending it to OT. A wild OT period in which it appeared Winnipeg scored three times ends with a David Perron snipe to give the Golden Knights the win.

Upcoming stories from the Vegas Golden Knights at Winnipeg Jets at Bell MTS Place.

  • Pacific and Western Conference dominance continues. 12-1-1 in the Pacific, 22-6-1 in the West. We’ll dive deeper into those numbers.

Three Stars
*** David Perron
** Connor Hellebuyck
* Marc-Andre Fleury

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