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Recap: It was a wild 1st period for the Golden Knights and Blues. St. Louis scored :25 seconds into the game to take a quick 1-0 lead. Vegas tied it up 1:34 later on a power play goal from Max Pacioretty. He would add another to take five his team the one goal lead, but the Blues tied and eventually took a 3-2 lead into the first intermission.

Zach Sanford scored his third of the game to extend St. Louis’ lead 4-2 five minutes into the 2nd period. Mark Stone got Vegas within one late in the period. After 40 minutes the Golden Knights trailed 4-3.

Nate Schmidt tied the game for Vegas with their third power play goal of the game. However, Sanford scored his 4th of the game giving St. Louis a 5-4 lead. Vegas didn’t go away and Alex Tuch tipped in the tying goal with under five minutes left in the game. After 60 minutes in regulation, the contest needed an overtime period to decide a winner.

Vegas managed to win the game in overtime on a PP goal by Jonathan Marchessault. Vegas’ record improves to 29-22-8 and now stand with 66 points on the season. The Golden Knights get back to work on Saturday night against the NY Islanders. Puck drop is scheduled for 7p. (Recap by Jason)

Analysis: A wild game at T-Mobile Arena ended with the Golden Knights getting the much needed two points in the standings despite not playing great. Defensively there were plenty of issues, but they rode a hot power play to get back in the game and eventually win it in overtime. The line of Karlsson, Stone, and Pacioretty were just as good as expected and the newest 3rd line was solid but losing Tuch could prove costly. (Analysis by Ken)

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  1. Vgk2020

    now THAT is how the Knights used to play at home…exciting, come from behind, never say die.

    they still obviously need help on D (Engelland was awful) and better goaltending, but this was a start back in the right direction.

    how they do vs. good teams on this homestand will determine where they finish this year.

    hope that Tuch will be ok.

  2. Herby

    PP was clicking tonight but overall it was a very sloppy game by the VGK. Engelland should not be in the lineup anymore. In general D zone coverage was terrible tonight. Tuch out, will not help to solve the 3rd line problem. All the problems we had under Turk are still not solved

    -Goaltending (part of it is caused by our D)
    – 3rd line
    -Wing depth
    -Possible coaching problem

  3. fire the coach

    now Bruce Boudreau got fired in Minny ! that will teach him not to shutout the Vgk

    that makes it Boudreau, Babcock, Laviolette, Deboer, Gallant, Peters, Montgomery, and Hynes who have all gotten fired this season already. 8 out of 31 bite the dust

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