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Recap: Vegas allowed San Jose to get on the board first however, Gerard Gallant used an early challenge. Gallant ended up being right and the goal was called off because goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury was interfered with. The 1st period would end in scoreless tie.

Timo Meier would score quickly to start the 2nd period giving the Sharks a 1-0 lead. Vegas would get a power play opportunity but couldn’t convert. After 40 minutes of action, the Golden Knights trailed the Sharks by one.

Down 1-0 to start the 3rd period, Vegas worked hard to get back in the game. Brayden McNabb would tie the game for Vegas midway through the period.

The game went to OT where it was a wild back and forth period. A few one-on-none breaks materialized and Logan Couture finished off the game winner.

Vegas’ record falls to 11-9-4. The Golden Knights get back on the ice Saturday to welcome in Connor McDavid and at the Edmonton Oilers. Puck drop is scheduled for 7P. (Recap by Jason)

Analysis: There’s really not much wrong with the way the Golden Knights played in the game aside from the outcome. It took a bit for the game to really get going, but by the middle of the 1st period Vegas started to take over. They created plenty of chances but couldn’t beat a hot goaltender enough to win the game.

It’s frustrating because it’s yet another game in which Vegas played well enough to win, but didn’t. At least this time they got a point. (Analysis by Ken)

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Ken’s Three VGK Stars
*** Nate Schmidt
** Marc-Andre Fleury
* Brayden McNabb


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    11 consecutive OT losses

    effin pathetic !

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    they not only stink at 3-on-3, but remember they also lost games 6 and 7 in the playoffs in OT

    OT is killing this team, and NOTHING is being done to address it.

    Do they practice it? I doubt it. It sure does not look like it.

    but don’t worry, Gallant will shrug and laugh it off.

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    update Nov 22—-

    “They’re big points and it’s tough giving them up in overtime,” defenseman Brayden McNabb said. “It’s something we’ll figure out and we’re pretty confident with the guys who are out there. It’s something I’m sure we’ll work on at some point.”


    He’s sure they will work on it AT SOME POINT !!!!!!!!!!

    so, there you go, just as I said. They do NOT practice it. Gallant is a disgrace. His job is to correct mistakes, to prepare his team, and he stands idly by while they lose 11 straight OT games and does NOTHING about it.

    And also just as I predicted, he just shrugged it off in the postgame interview, so nothing will continue to be done about it.

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