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The Golden Knights came out hot like they did the night before against Calgary. Reilly Smith scored his fourth of the season, and Max Pacioretty tallied his second on a 1st period power play. LA cut the lead in half but couldn’t tie it up before the period expired. Vegas held the 2-1 edge after the opening period.

In the 2nd, Marc-André Fleury made a few game-changing saves to preserve the one goal Golden Knights lead. Paul Stastny gave Vegas extra cushioning with two Golden Knights power-play goals. After 40 minutes of action the Golden Knights led the Kings 4-1.

Vegas gave LA some life in the 3rd period by allowing the Kings to score and get within two. Mark Stone took that life away :17 seconds later with his fourth goal of the season. The Golden Knights convincingly won 5-2 in LA.

Vegas improves their record to 4-2-0 and get a well deserved day off tomorrow. The Golden Knights next take the ice Tuesday against the Nashville Predators (3-2-0). Puck drops at 7PM. (Recap by Jason)

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

  • Marchessault, Karlsson, Smith dominating in possession and it’s trickling down to the rest of the lineup.
  • I’ll take a look at the power play and see if I can find out if there’s anything different going on beyond just personnel. If there is, there will be a story on it.

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*** Mark Stone
** Marc-Andre Fleury
* Paul Stastny


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  1. Mark

    Patches is deadly with that power play shot, it’s almost impossible to stop him. His high pinpoint accuracy is amazing. The penalty kill is awesome now, so much credit goes to Fluery, those saves can kill morale, dispirit a team. Passing on the PP was really something to see. We have an upside, Schmidt and Tuch are in the wings. We need to just pick off teams now, Fluery is a real pro, so hot now. Go Knights !!!

    • Seraphen

      Hi Mark, because I’ve seen a few comments from you with that misspelling, it’s Fleury :-).

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