Recap: The Golden Knights got off to a great start against the Winnipeg Jets. Vegas outshot Winnipeg 22 to 10 in the opening 20 minutes and took a multiple-goal lead. Forwards Michael Amadio and Evgenii Dadonov both scored giving the Golden Knights a 2-0 1st intermission edge.
Winnipeg responded quickly into the middle frame tying the game 2-2. The Jets scored two goals in a :20 second span evening the game after 40 minutes.
The visiting team continued to control the game adding two more to make it four unanswered goals. Mattias Janmark capitalized on a turnover to get Vegas within one late in the final period. Janmark later evened the game in dramatic style with :09 seconds remaining in regulation. Winnipeg ended the game in overtime but Vegas earned a point in the standings.
The Golden Knights record drops to 22-12-1 falling to the Jets 5-4 in overtime. Vegas will next face the Nashville Predators at home on Tuesday night. Puck drop is set for 7 PM. (Recap by Jason)
Analysis: VGK took advantage of the rusty Jets in the 1st period jumping all over them towards the end of the period and building a two-goal lead. But defensively the Golden Knights left a lot to be desired and subsequently allowed four straight. The Golden Knights did not give in though and did well to come back and used their continued 6-on-5 dominance to send it to OT. (Recap by Ken)
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