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Recap: The Golden Knights welcomed in the Toronto Maple Leafs for a mid November, non conference clash. The 1st period was tight and both teams did a solid job defending. Each team was shutout and the period ended in a scoreless tie.

Cody Glass would open up the scoring with his 4th goal of the season. On a Vegas power play, Max Pacioretty blasted a shot on net which Glass loosened the puck and gave his team the 1-0 edge.

The Maple Leafs would tie the game at one in the 3rd period but the Golden Knights would regain the lead :41 seconds later. Tomas Nosek scored on a breakaway using his backend to give Vegas the 2-1 lead. The Golden Knights would add two more and win 4-2.

Vegas improves their record to 11-9-3 and find themselves on a two-game winning streak. The Golden Knights get back on the ice for a divisional battle against the San Jose Sharks. Puck drop is scheduled for 7PM. (Recap by Jason)

Analysis: The Golden Knights played an excellent first two periods, both pressuring the Leafs but also taking care of their own end incredibly well. They looked like the team that the city has grown to know and love and entered the 3rd with the one goal  lead. However, things came apart at the seams a bit in the 3rd and if not for Marc-Andre Fleury, this is another 3rd period collapse.

That being said, Vegas did not lose the game and ends up walking away with two points against a good team (though they are scuffling). It wasn’t a perfect effort but it was another pretty darn good one for the Golden Knights. Overall, they’ve continued to put up good game after good game and certainly appear to be headed in the right direction. (Analysis by Ken)

Upcoming stories from the Vegas Golden Knights vs Toronto Maple Leafs at T-Mobile Arena

  • Details on a VGK player-owned restaurant coming soon.
  • Nic Hague played one game in the AHL, he’s been much better since. Coincidence? I think not.

Ken’s Three VGK Stars
*** Marc
** Andre
* Fleury


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1 Comment

  1. Norman Sunday

    I’ll bet the Pens are feeling ill now. The team has come to play and they need to keep it up especially with a marginal backup goalie. Subban needs work or an assignment in the AHL or, and some don’t like the trade talk, traded. One good backup is out there in DeSmith with the pens. Just a thought;

    Keep the pedal to the metal Vegas and the wins keep coming Great job tonight. Pittsburgh misses Fleury but its Vegas who won that one.

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