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It was Nevada Day and the Golden Knights celebrated with an afternoon matchup against the Colorado Avalanche. It was also old friend Pierre-Eduard Bellemare’s first return to Las Vegas.

The game got off to a quick start for the former Golden Knight, as he scored :28 seconds into the game for his new team. Avalanche held a 1-0 lead for most of the period but William Karlsson was able to tie up under two minutes in the period. The lead wouldn’t last long as Colorado regained the lead with :47 seconds left in the period. After 20 minutes Vegas trailed 2-1.

Colorado would add to their lead after picking up their third goal midway through the period. Vegas had a chance to score on a Power Play but couldn’t convert. The Avalanche would go on to score again and Marc-Andre Fleury was eventually pulled for backup Garrett Sparks. Sparks would allow another, and Colorado took a 5-1 lead into the 2nd intermission.

The Golden Knights jumbled their lines in the 3rd (67-71-19, 26-21-92, 81-9-61, 75-73-28), but nothing really came of it as the only goal of the period was a shorthanded goal for the Avs.

Vegas’ record drops to (7-5-0) and will next play the Anaheim Ducks at home on Sunday. Puck drop is scheduled at 5PM. (Recap by Jason)

Upcoming stories from the Vegas Golden Knights vs Colorado Avalanche at T-Mobile Arena

  • Let’s try to figure out what’s going wrong. (Hopefully my trip to the locker room and Gallant’s press conference provide some insight)

Ken’s Three VGK Stars
*** Hmm?
** Uh?
* Nah, I’m good.



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  1. Vic

    Miserable loss to a better/faster/hungrier team. We’ll see how things look when the injured guys return, but our guys were several steps slower than the Avs. I counted many times when the Avs cycled with the puck with 10-12 passes untouched by anyone in white. Sad to see the lack of intensity with sloppy play, poor passing, and no steady drive to the net. The Avs came in waves while our guys watched. Not sure how the intensity level can be missing? Coach needs to take the blame, and then get things moving again. Minor point… assist for Glass on the goal when he started the play to help set it up but the puck glanced off an Avs stick? Anyway, Glass has the passing skills, but he needs to play heavier to win battles and get near the net. I want him to be Adam Oates/Bobby Clarke/Bryan Trottier, but that will take time (and playing center would be nice).

  2. Mark

    1st time I stopped watching before the end. Our guys will remember this, hopefully, it will motivate them. Avs are a great team !!

  3. Tim

    Well as everyone can see we’ve had to many blowouts and yes were missing Nate. S and Alex.T but when they come back were still not ready for prime time. We need help on the blue line some who can play defense and put the puck in the net. Right now were in trouble every night I don’t see us beating many teams.

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