By Ken Boehlke
On September 28, 2017
In Team Ops
Stories from Golden Knights vs. Colorado Avalanche.
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VGK to win Pacific Division +100
VGK to win Western Conference +280
VGK to win Stanley Cup +800
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Updated: 1/17/22 11:59 PM
Seattle – 67 Vancouver – 78 Anaheim – 80 San Jose – 81 Los Angeles – 84 Edmonton – 85 Calgary – 89
Arizona – 65 Dallas – 85 Chicago – 85 Winnipeg – 88 Nashville – 88 St. Louis – 90 Minnesota – 94 Colorado – 98
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Can't do a Periscope tonight, but I think this one needs it. So, we'll do it tomorrow afternoon. 4ish PM.
"We're still a little soft around our own net too. Hague and Martinez are both strong defenders. Not to make excuses because everyone's missing guys, but it hurts missing those two." -DeBoer
DeBoer also pointed to those penalties. "Every team in the league is going to blow a 3-0 lead at some point in the season and the key is what do you learn from it." -DeBoer
"You never want to get waxed in your own building like that." -Mark Stone Stone points to the two penalties early in the 2nd period as the reason that game slipped away. He said from there they got outworked and they couldn't find it from there.
The last game of last season. (They had one in the playoffs too. Game 4 vs MIN)
@SinBinVegas When’s the last time VGK had a shutout?
"Never like to make the excuse that we are missing guys, but we are missing some good players." -Mark Stone
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