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Recap: Vegas didn’t need much time to get going off their COVID-induced delay. Nic Hague, Mark Stone, and Jonathan Marchessault each scored to give the Golden Knights a 3-0 first period lead. Marc-Andre Fleury was sharp in his first game since January, 24th. 

Vegas continued to pressure Los Angeles in the middle frame. William Karlsson scored his third goal of the season 1:35 into the period and Cody Glass added one on a power play to stretch the lead to a commanding 5-0 advantage. Fleury was again flawless stopping all 12 shots by the Kings in the period. 

Los Angeles scored their first goal 7:47 into the final period, and got closer with a power play. However, Vegas stood strong and secured a 5-2 victory.

The Golden Knights win in their first game back from their lengthy COVID delay. Vegas improves their record to 6-1-0. The two teams match up again on Sunday afternoon. Puck drop is scheduled for Noon PT. (Recap by Jason)

Analysis: The Golden Knights took about 40 seconds to shake off the rust from being off for nine days. They scored and scored and scored again against an LA team that looked they belonged in a game against the Silver Knights, not the Golden Knights. The butt-whipping continued the entire night.  (Analysis by Ken)

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*** Nic Hague
** William Karlsson
* Mark Stone


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  1. DOC (Go Knights Go)

    Good team effort. 13 out of a possible 16 points, is a very good start for this season!

  2. knights fan in minny

    boys were sharp but the kings are junk why does kopitar and doughty stay with that dumpster fire

  3. Pistol Pete

    Three points for Hague. His skating may not be the absolute greatest around but maybe just maybe he possesses that intangible ability to generate offense. 15 points in 43 games is promising imho.

  4. Pistol Pete

    As for Glass, I know what can be said that he’s not fast but neither are Stone and Pacioretty per se. I can see him becoming more of a player who can generate offense and get the puck in the net. His shooting and scoring 5 on 5 is likely to scale up.

  5. Pistol Pete

    Coyotes beat the Blues two in a row in St. Louis.

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