SinBin.vegas

Praise Be To Foley, Vegas Golden Knights Hockey Website

VEGAS GOLDEN KNIGHTS 5 ANAHEIM DUCKS 4 (8-1-1 17 PTS)

Game recaps and Periscopes are brought to you by Kondler and Associates CPAs. Free tax consultation for SinBin fans!

Recap: It was the third time since opening night that Vegas and Anaheim faced off at T-Mobile Arena. Marc-Andre Fleury got the start in net trying to keep his undefeated streak alive.

Chandler Stephenson touched off the scoring giving Vegas a 1-0 lead with his 4th of the year. After a mid-ice collision Shea Theodore left the ice with an apparent injury. Ryan Reaves took offense and challenged Ducks forward Nick Deslauriers. Both earned five minutes for fighting. Late in the period Jonathan Marchessault doubled Vegas’ lead 2-0.

Alex Tuch scored a nifty backhand early in the period to stretch the Golden Knights lead 3-0. Anaheim would get one back a minute later cutting the lead 3-1. Tuch’s linemate Nic Roy scored later in the period to regain Vegas’ three goal edge. Fleury was solid, stopping 8 of 9 Anaheim shots to hold a 4-1 lead.

Anaheim scored two quick goals in the third to get within one. The Ducks would eventually tie the game 4-4 on a power play goal by Ryan Getzlaf. Defenseman Zach Whitecloud came up with a big goal late in the period giving Vegas a one score score advantage.

With their 5-4 win the Golden Knights improve their record to 8-1-1. Vegas will face Anaheim again on Thursday night. Game is schedule for 7P PT. (Recap by Jason)

Analysis: It’s been a bit of a running theme for the Golden Knights that they play far from their best but still find a way to come out on top. They were far too loose in their own end and even with Fleury bailing them out early they still blew a three goal lead. Luckily (or maybe because they are really awesome) they’ve been able to outscore the issues. That was the case tonight, and now they are an inpressive 8-1-1. (Analysis by Ken)


Upcoming stories from the Vegas Golden Knights vs Anaheim Ducks at T-Mobile Arena

  • Vegas Taking Advantage Of Early Weak Schedule

Ken’s Three VGK Stars
*** Chandler Stephenson
** Nic Roy
* Zach Whitecloud

Previous

Chandler Stephenson #1 Center Film Breakdown

Next

COVID Protocols Continue To Lack Consistency

11 Comments

  1. DOC (Go Knights Go)

    Boys pull it out, now 17 out of possible 20 points!

    Flurey human, after all!

    Win all that matters!!!

  2. THE hockey GOD

    THE RED JERSEYS ARE THE BEST OF THE BUNCH !!!

    yes, better than putrid vomit yellow color, worst of bunch

    1- red
    2- white
    3-black
    4- vomit yellow

    says me

    • the red jerseys look washed out with the grey helmet.

      • THE hockey GOD

        1- red
        2- white
        3- grey
        4- vomit yellow

        hard to change helmets, but grey helmets not good.

        the henderson (k)nights yellow numbers on their jerseys need to be changed, hard to see numbers on monitor. The white numbers on shoulder helps but they are too small.

        someone needs to hire better jersey matching designer

        the announcers also didn’t say what happened to 27 or nosek last night, or I missed it.

        looks like another week of shut down

        I hear there is a vaccine available ?/? HELLO… BETTMAN wake up, (terrible leader). How about getting EVERYONE vaccinated so you don’t have to go through a losing season ????

        Also, put vaccinations at the turn STYLES. PUT THE FANS BACK IN THE STANDS …. now.

        anybody watch super bowl , where those fans in the stands or cutouts ?

        BETTMAN GET YOUR HEAD OUT OF YOUR YOU KNOW WHAT !!

        PS let the people decide, get government out of our lives !!
        PPS trump won

        • The Noodle King

          Hey little yip yap DOG, FUCK YOU—–DONNY DIPSHIT LOST…….BIGLY YUUUUGE TIME. SO WHY DON’T YOU JUST SHUT THE FUCK UP ABOUT THE ORANGE FACED ASSHOLE. K ??? Lets stick to VGK.

  3. Daryl

    After today’s gave my previous statement is now true… VGK has played only one winning team. I know it’s not their fault but they are barely beating teams with losing records. Don’t get me wrong, I’m very happy they are winning but I’m concerned with how they are winning. Why are they having so much trouble with done of these teams

    • EK

      As Ken wrote weeks ago, getting out to a strong start, building up points, would be important. Will allow them to survive a small streak where maybe they run up against some hot teams (in this case teams with winning records) and have some cushion. Things have been strange thus far with having to shut down for Covid, Petro hasn’t really had time to gel due to that. They have done that and put themselves into good position. They are just going to get better as we go along.

    • DC

      Yup, we’ll recall that’s what happened to VGKs in the playoffs last year, beating mediocre teams and then getting stunned by a good team.

  4. Tim

    A win is a win and you can only play the teams on your schedule. Last night was a lesson in how not to play defense. The reality is Flower stood on his head first goal against him was a good shot the next three were caused by defensive breakdowns. When your playing new D-Men this is part of the growing process. Not every game is a picasso. Were back in Covid protocol so don’t be surprised if tomorrows game is canceled. And the beat goes on.

  5. Yes a win is a win – they did their best to give it away with sloppy play, took their foot of the gas and allowed the Duck’s more free reign than they deserved. Our enforcer, the tuff guy, 75, wasn’t much either. A great deal of the time there were more Ducks in front of Fluery than Knights – not sure what the D-men were thinking or better yet not thinking. They escaped doing things against the Ducks that will bury them if continued.

  6. sb

    The PP continues to be a train wreck, disorganized. No quarterback/playmaker feeding the six capable scorers. Nothing against Chandler. He’s great third center or winger for Tuch. Stephenson is not an assist guy. He gets a few goals. Stone and Pac are starved for a playmaker center at full strength and the PP. No, D-men are not quarterbacks. They are to shoot bombs from the point. The quarterback is that crafty playmaking center who can hang on to the puck and make brilliant passes to the open man. Until VGK get that center, the PP will fail and Playoffs games will be lost by one goal. This team, with the proper center, should hit 25 to 28% on the PP. That all-star center was way more important to the team than an all-star D-Man.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Powered by WordPress & Theme by Anders Norén

SinBin.vegas

SinBin.vegas