Praise Be To Foley, Vegas Golden Knights Hockey Website


Recap: It didn’t take long for the greatest hockey player in the world to get going. Edmonton took an early 1-0 lead on a dandy of a goal by Connor McDavid. The Oilers would add another late in the period to make it 2-0. However, the Golden Knights fought back and got a much needed goal by Cody Eakin to trim the leave in half. After 20 minutes Edmonton held a 2-1 advantage.

Markus Granlund would give the Oilers a two goal lead 3-1 midway through the second period. However, Shea Theodore would show of his dangling skills and score a beauty getting Vegas within one.

Vegas would get stuck on an early 3rd period penalty kill and McDavid would tack on his second of the evening. Edmonton controlled the third period and won the game 4-2.

Vegas’ record drops to 11-10-4 and get ready for a brief road trip before Thanksgiving. The Golden Knights will take on the Stars Monday night in Dallas. Game is scheduled for 530P. (Recap by Jason)

Analysis: The Golden Knights came up short in every aspect of tonight’s game. They were outplayed by the best player in the world, they didn’t get good enough goaltending, they didn’t create enough when McDavid wasn’t on the ice, and quite frankly they were soft in puck battles.

It’s the type of game that should act as a kick to the groin to make them realize that the talent in the room isn’t going to be enough if most of it isn’t playing to the level of their talent. They got beat by a team that was better than them in all three zones tonight and it should sting. (Analysis by Ken)

Upcoming stories from the Vegas Golden Knights vs Edmonton Oilers at T-Mobile Arena

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  • Photo gallery from the game

Ken’s Three VGK Stars
*** William Carrier
** Ryan Reaves
* Cody Eakin


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  1. nobody home

    They can’t even play well at home anymore. 6 wins, 8 losses.

    Major changes are needed unless Foley is satisfied to be a non-playoff team that can’t win at home.

    They look totally disorganized and confused in their own zone, running around and chasing.

    McCrimmon has done NOTHING since taking over. He has not made one single move to improve his team.

    • I think it’s important to note that McCrimmon hasn’t taken over anything. The structure of the organization did not change in any way. All decisions have been made the same way they were in the first two years. Whoever was deserving of praise in the first two years is deserving of blame now.

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