VGK to win Western Conference
VGK to win Stanley Cup
Updated: 1/20/22 11:59 PM
Seattle – 65
Vancouver – 76
Anaheim – 76
San Jose – 77
Los Angeles – 78
Edmonton – 81
Calgary – 87
Arizona – 63
Dallas – 81
Chicago – 83
Winnipeg – 83
Nashville – 84
St. Louis – 88
Minnesota – 92
Colorado – 96
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Mark Stone did not travel with the team for the start of the road trip as he remains in COVID Protocols.
Today's practice was 2 10 minute 3-on-3 periods.
Smith, Marchessault, Stone, Hague, Pacioretty, Whitecloud, Brooks, Brossoit, Thompson were all not out there. Everyone else was.
VGK ended up with 53 shots on goal last night, the second-most in a game in franchise history.
However, high shot volume hasn't exactly paid off for the Golden Knights in the W/L category.
Jason dug into the numbers here... https://sinbin.vegas/vegas-needs-better-shots-not-40-or-more-of-them/
DeBoer just said Whitecloud's "back seized up."
"I thought we put in the right amount of work to deserve two points tonight. Their goalie was good, they got a couple of timely goals, but I like the way we stuck with it." -DeBoer