Praise Be To Foley, Vegas Golden Knights Hockey Website


The game got off to quick with an early penalty shot for Chicago. The Blackhawks couldn’t convert and the Golden Knights took over. William Carrier and William Karlsson have Vegas a 2-0 lead 6:30 minutes into the game. Patrick Kane would get Chicago within one and the 1st period would come to a close 2-1 Vegas.

Chicago scored two 2nd period in a span of :45 seconds. Vegas was awarded a penalty shot of their own but Jonathan Marchessault couldn’t slip it past the Blackhawks goaltender.

The Golden Knights began the 3rd period trailing 3-2 and looked to get back into the game early. However, the Blackhawks had other plans and scored their fourth goal 3:57 into the final frame. Vegas would have a few chances but couldn’t covert until it was too late. Chicago coasted to a 5-3 victory.

Vegas’ record drops to 9-8-3 and remain at 21 points for the season. The Golden Knights will next play on Saturday afternoon at 1PM in Los Angeles. They’ll head right back home for a back-to-back on Sunday against the Calgary Flames. (Recap by Jason)

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  1. start cleaning house Foley

    Rock bottom disgraceful.

    The Knights look like a beer league team, with no defensive system, no positional play, no teamwork without the puck, no coaching, and now even Fleury is wearing down. Totally disorganized and confused as to who is their man or their assignment.

    They just quit every night after the first period. $81 million wasted dollars.
    They are now an embarrassment in their own rink.
    and garbage like Eakin and Merrill should be waived immediately.

    from cup finals to mediocre lottery team, what a comedown.

  2. Make some cash while you can...

    In the streaky world of sports gambling, it seems like a good idea to ride the wave. So when the VGK began losing in all sorts of ways, it was a good idea to bet against them three ways: Money Line, Reverse Puck Line, and Losing in Regulation. So far, I’ve had some good recent success. It may continue a little while longer, especially when the odds look good…but the odds are going to soon be less appealing. My modest monetary success courtesy of the VGK millionaires takes the sting out of some very poor hockey. Never thought I’d be saying this, but watching AZ, CO and VAN play versus how our guys are playing is very telling. They look like we did in year one, and we look lost in a lost world. Intentional Moody Blues reference.
    Everywhere you go you see them searching
    Everywhere you turn you feel the pain
    Everyone is looking for the answers
    Well, look again; come on, my friend

  3. Cali Pauly

    This is ROCK BOTTOM! It’s like a time warp reversal – they were SUPPOSED to be this bad in year one, a little better in year 2, and then contend this year…they look very, very bad…and Fleury is coming to the end…then what? Great save/let two garbage ones past – repeat Subban?

    CLEAN HOUSE VGK! You will ALWAYS be my team, but this is bad news, fellas…

  4. Darren T

    I would have Tuch as 1st or 2nd star he was a machine out there…didnt make your list ?!?

  5. take me to your leader

    the so-called leadership of this team really sucks. You can see it from the comments after the Det game. Pacioretty, and Tuch, and Schmidt all said, after they just blew a game for being too aggressive in the final minute, that they needed to be MORE aggressive, to gamble even more.

    and guess what, they came out vs Chicago hard, got a 2 goal lead, and then by being so over aggressive and gambling and running out of position, they allowed prime chances against Fleury, and he wasn’t up to it this night.

    This team will go nowhere because they don’t even comprehend WHY they are losing. They stupidly want to do MORE of what loses the games for them.

    between clueless Gallant in the coaches room, and clueless Pacioretty and friends in the dressing room, this team has zero leadership.

  6. Tim

    When you don’t have confidence in winning any game were in that’s troubling and that’s how I feel. L.A. up next could put another nail in our coffin nothing would surprise me. In my opinion we need to much to turn this around by the trade deadline.

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