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The Golden Knights on a back-to-back faced an early deficit again. Chicago scored four minutes in and took the lead 1-0. The Golden Knights mustered 9 shots on net but could convert and trailed at the intermission.

Marc-Andre Fleury kept it one score game in the 2nd period making some tremendous saves. The Golden Knights offense couldn’t get on the scoreboard but the game was within reach after 40 minutes.

Vegas began the 3rd period on an extended Power Play but wouldn’t convert until 1:33 left in the game. The Golden Knights forced a 3-on-3 overtime period and shootout. Shea Theodore would eventually win the game in the third round of shootouts.

The Golden Knights record improves to 7-4-0 and will return home and face the Colorado Avalanche on Friday afternoon. Puck drop is scheduled at 3PM for Nevada Day. (Recap by Jason)

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Ken’s Three VGK Stars
*** She Theodore
** Mark Stone
* Marc-Andre Fleury

Honorable mention: William Carrier


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  2. Joe

    The goaltending display tonight was an absolute masterpiece. It probably would have ended 5-3 if it were mere mortals in net.
    Chicago game planned brilliantly and wasn’t letting the Knights forecheck get to them. It probably helps that Gallant set the line blender to 11.
    Defense is still not good with Shea they only one who can skate out of trouble until 88 gets back.
    McNabb needs to write “I will not take stupid penalties” 1,000 times.
    The penalty in overtime was an atrocious call. It was a trip on 19, just the 19 in white. The freak out in this fan base if that happens the other way would be unbearable.

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