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Golden Knights vs. Los Angeles Kings Photo Gallery – January 1st, 2019

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VEGAS GOLDEN KNIGHTS 2 LOS ANGELES KINGS 0 (24-15-4 52 PTS)

A typical Kings vs. Golden Knights game it took quite a while to really get going. As the game started to open up Vegas garnered most of the scoring chances but Jack Campbell kept them all out through two. On the other end, Marc-Andre Fleury had very little work through two but when he was called upon he had to stop a few dangerous chances. Who else but Brandon Pirri scored the Golden Knights first goal. They tallied an extra one with the empty netter by Alex Tuch.

Upcoming stories from the Vegas Golden Knights vs Los Angeles Kings at T-Mobile Arena.

  • More on the mystery man, Valentin Zykov
  • Since everyone keeps asking me, let’s talk about what to do with the lineup when Max comes back.

Ken’s Three Stars
*** Brandon Pirri
** Jack Campbell
* Marc-Andre Fleury

VEGAS GOLDEN KNIGHTS 4 LOS ANGELES KINGS 1 (22-15-4 48 PTS)

The Golden Knights played an excellent period in which they scored the first goal from William Carrier. However they had a rough shift in the final shift of the period and gave up the tying goal. In the 2nd the Golden Knights continued their dominance hitting a few posts but finally getting one to go on a shot from Alex Tuch. An unbelievable pass from Nate Schmidt sprung William Karlsson on breakaway to put the Golden Knights up by two. Paul Stastny added the empty netter late.

Upcoming stories from the Vegas Golden Knights at Los Angeles Kings at Staples Center

  • Carp on VGK’s 2019 outlook
  • I’m getting sick of these goalie interference reviews going against Vegas. Going to take a look at all of them and if I’m still mad I’ll write something about it.

Ken’s Three Stars
*** Malcolm Subban
** Nate Schmidt
* William Karlsson

LOS ANGELES KINGS 4 VEGAS GOLDEN KNIGHTS 3 (20-15-4 44 PTS) – OT

Like many Golden Knights vs Kings games there wasn’t much action going on in the 1st period. Tomas Nosek was credited with the only goal of the 1st period on a goofy hop. In the 2nd and 3rd both teams tallied one with Reilly Smith and Ryan Reaves getting on the board for the Golden Knights. The game headed to overtime where the Golden Knights had multiple great chances, but a stretch pass got through all three Vegas skaters and Tyler Toffoli finished it off.

Upcoming stories from the Vegas Golden Knights vs Los Angeles Kings at T-Mobile Arena

  • A deeper dive into how Gallant is using Brandon Pirri.

Ken’s Three Stars
*** Tomas Nosek
** Reilly Smith
* Tyler Toffoli

LOS ANGELES KINGS 5 VEGAS GOLDEN KNIGHTS 1 (16-14-1 33 PTS)

A fairly uninspiring start from both teams ended up getting going as Oscar Lindberg scored his first of the year on a rebound. However, the sloppiness from the beginning continued for Vegas as they struggled to get through the neutral zone with any consistency and ended up giving up five straight goals. The Golden Knights could never get going through the neutral zone and didn’t create nearly enough offense.

Upcoming stories from the Vegas Golden Knights at Los Angeles Kings at Staples Center

  • Carp’s Sunday column on Reid Duke and how Vegas is using their AHL to NHL pipeline.

Three Stars (Who cares? Right?)
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VGK Has Become The Hunted

The Golden Knights have basically become the bully of the Pacific. (Photo Credit: SinBin.vegas Photographer Brandon Andreasen)

Rivalries grow over time. Years and years of brutally beating up on each other, battling for divisional crowns and eliminating one another in the playoffs. Or so I thought…

Stevens had that to say after last week’s preseason game at the T-Mobile Arena. On Sunday, Sharks coach Pete DeBoer wouldn’t go as far as Stevens, but if this sure sounds like rivalry coach-speak to me.

It’s great. It’s great for a couple reasons, one, it felt like an important game because of the environment, the situation the crowd so that’s always good to get you prepared for that. -Pete DeBoer, San Jose coach

Both San Jose and Vegas suited up most core players as if it were a meaningful game. The Sharks were looking forward to their final preseason matchup at Vegas.

We felt like it was our last chance to have a tune up for us, be ready and get ready. Parts of our game we think we’re ready and other parts there still a lot of room for improvement. -Joe Pavelski, Sharks forward

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VEGAS GOLDEN KNIGHTS 2 LOS ANGELES KINGS 0 (5-1-0 Preseason)

Choppy first period which was riddled with Golden Knights penalties did nothing but remind us how good Marc-Andre Fleury is. Vegas finally got on the board in the 2nd with a Ryan Reaves tipped goal moments after the power play ended. Absolutely nothing of note happened in the 3rd period.

Upcoming stories from the Vegas Golden Knights vs. Los Angeles Kings preseason game at T-Mobile Arena.

  • 2nd line updates from Gallant and others.

Three Stars
*** Shea Theodore
** Ryan Reaves
* Marc-Andre Fleury

VEGAS GOLDEN KNIGHTS 5 SAN JOSE SHARKS 4 – SO (2-1 VGK) (4-0-0 Preseason)

Yet again the Golden Knights scored pretty much instantly, this time from Max Pacioretty. It kind of went downhill from there as the Golden Knights allowed the next three goals. Alex Tuch set up Oscar Lindberg to get Vegas back within one but a shorthanded goal put San Jose back up by two at the end of the 2nd. Vegas ties it with an amazing effort by Ryan Carpenter and Pierre-Edouard Bellemare to score a shorthanded goal. Then, in shootout, who else but Erik Brannstrom scores the game-winner.

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

  • Keegan Kolesar on his chances to make the roster and his job protecting Cody Glass.

Three Stars
*** Pierre-Edouard Bellemare
** Timo Meier
* Tomas Hertl

VEGAS GOLDEN KNIGHTS 7 LOS ANGELES KINGS 2 (3-0-0 Preseason)

For the third consecutive preseason game it didn’t take long for the Golden Knights to get going. They scored three times in the 1st period including one from Daniel Carr, who we featured earlier today on the site. Vegas’ top line of William Karlsson, Jonathan Marchessault, and Reilly Smith were absolutely dominant the entire night accounting for four goals between them.

Upcoming stories from the Vegas Golden Knights vs. Los Angeles Kings preseason game at STAPLES Center.

  • Why do fans hate Nick Holden? We asked Nick Holden.

Three Stars
*** Reilly Smith
** William Karlsson
* Jonathan Marchessault

VEGAS GOLDEN KNIGHTS 1 LOS ANGELES KINGS 0 (4-0 VGK)

The Golden Knights got off to a miserable start spending a majority of the 1st period struggling to break out of their own end. They did have one good chance that was actually blocked by Erik Haula in front of the Kings net. However, neither team scored in the 1st so Vegas survived. The Golden Knights came out a bit better to begin the 2nd and ended up scoring the first goal of the game on a great transition that led to a cross-ice wide open shot for Brayden McNabb. Vegas scratched and clawed it’s way to the finish and swept the first playoff series in franchise history. The Golden Knights are moving on to the Second Round!

Upcoming stories from the Vegas Golden Knights vs. Los Angeles Kings in Game 4 of Round 1 of the Stanley Cup Playoffs at Staples Center.

  • The story continues.
  • The impact of teams sweeping in the first round on the rest of their playoff runs
  • How did the Golden Knights locker room react to winning in the 1st round?

Three Stars
*** Brayden McNabb
** Jonathan Quick
* Marc-Andre Fleury

 

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