BREAKING NEWS: Cox Cable and AT&T reach agreement to show Golden Knights games on AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain. Details coming.
— Steve Carp (@stevecarprj) October 6, 2017
Updated: 1/20/21 11:12 PM
Anaheim – 98
San Jose – 101
Los Angeles – 101
St. Louis – 101
Arizona – 102
Colorado – 103
Minnesota – 103
In the first 3 games, the top-six accounted for 9 of the 11 VGK goals. Last night, they got just 1 of the 5 and the Golden Knights showed how incredibly dangerous they can be when others are scoring. https://sinbin.vegas/vegas-cup-contending-offense-on-display-last-night/
Let's talk about the best start in franchise history. https://www.pscp.tv/w/ctfFtzF4ZUVXdmxXR2dqUHd8MW1uR2Vha2RqUUVHWJvV7uJs89x3y1-8EtKSH3ZQlIqMS25kMRryhunzyChD
"I think we can still be a little better defensively and with our puck management." -DeBoer who said he still thinks they have things to work on despite the 4-0-0 start
For those wondering, the NHL record is 10.
So... we'll see ya in 2 weeks.
For the first time in franchise history (been a while since I've gotten to type that), the Golden Knights are 4-0-0.