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Recap: The Golden Knights hit home ice for the first time in six games. Vegas welcomed in the San Jose Sharks for the a two-game set. Max Pacioretty opened the scoring seven seconds into the Golden Knights first power play with his 14th goal of the season. Marc-Andre Fleury made some key saves late in the period to hold the 1-0 VGK lead.

The Golden Knights pounded the Sharks with 16 2nd period shots but nothing would come of them. San Jose goaltender Devan Dubnyk stood tall stopping several quality opportunities by Vegas. After 40 minutes played the game was locked 1-0

Mark Stone kept his point streak alive scoring quickly into the final period. Stone took a nice feed from Pacioretty and snapped in his 10th goal of the season. San Jose scored late in the game breaking Fleury’s shutout bid. The Sharks made a strong push near the end of the game but Fleury held the one-goal advantage.

Vegas’ record improves to 19-6-1 with their 2-1 victory over San Jose. The two teams face off again on Wednesday night. Puck drop is scheduled for 7 PM PT.(Recap by Jason)

Analysis: The 1st period was a bit of a slop fest for the Golden Knights but they stole a power play goal and Marc-Andre Fleury was tremendous. Then they took over the game in the 2nd and put their foot on the gas controlling the play as they should against San Jose. Got a little more interesting than it needed to with the goal and the late penalty but Fleury saved the day as normal this season. (Analysis by Ken)

Upcoming stories from the Vegas Golden Knights vs San Jose Sharks at T-Mobile Arena

  • A story from Jason to be determined at a later time

Ken’s Three VGK Stars
*** Nic Roy
** Mark Stone
* Marc-Andre Fleury



Where Actually Would The Golden Knights Be Without Marc-Andre Fleury?


Sharks Credit Limited Golden Knights Fans For Noisy Game, Poor Officiating


  1. phantom major

    Happy with the win , not happy with Theodore. He gave up 4 breakaways and also was weak on the SJ goal and a shot off the post . Fleury saved his ass numerous times tonight. Great poke check by Fleury on chapter 7 Kane.

    • Emilio

      I feel that. Theodore like AP are marvelous offensively but their d lacks at time. Haguer needs to clean up his passing and he’ll be a top defensemen in the league in a couple years.

  2. DOC (Go Knights Go)

    Knights beat the sharks again! Out-played those guys, but ran into a hot goalie, with one of our own!

    Stoney & Patch: Who would have thought that, two guys who were mortal enemies, with their former teams, would become the most prolific scoring duo, in the NHL!

    • Pete

      Most? McDavid and Draisaitl still are a little more prolific… but I feel what you’re saying.

      • DOC (Go Knights Go)

        McDavid isn’t human. He was created by the NHLs robotic research department! ha ha 🙂

  3. THE hockey GOD

    He’s baaaack !!

    Who’d he be back ?

    Puck luck !! He be back !

    Hope it sticks around for when VGK plays a team that has snipers on it and can hit a dime from 60 feet out and not two cross bars along with a few goal posts.

    PS only teams that actually have the phrase or term RED in their team name should wear red jerseys.

    For example, the RED ARMY (Moscow Central Red Army, or Red Army), or the RED WINGS, (exception Montreal Canadiens, Le Bleu-Blanc-Rouge (The Blue White Red; The Blue, White & Red), Red Deer Rustlers, the Pass Red Devils, Flin Flon Fire Bombers, Paris Red Shirts, etc,

    And finally, no, the Montreal Maroons don’t count. Maroon is not red, its’ well maroon. Sorry .
    Signing off.

    RIP Modere Fernand “Mud” Bruneteau

  4. sb

    The “Smith should be Captain” talk has sure died down.

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