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COLORADO AVALANCHE 2 VEGAS GOLDEN KNIGHTS 1 (47-21-7 101 PTS) – SO (1-0)

The Golden Knights seemed to had forgotten to get out of bed playing two very sleepy periods of hockey to start the game. However, they did well to keep the puck away from Fleury for the most part and allowed just one power play goal. The alarm clock went off though and Vegas came out in a fury in the 3rd. They scored the game-tying goal and had multiple chances at the winner but it wouldn’t come in regulation. In overtime, the Golden Knights dominance continued, but they couldn’t get one to go. Colorado scores the only goal in shootout.

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2 Comments

  1. Mark

    I’m Definitely a nerd when it comes to the end of the year and clinching scenarios, but this week can/will be huge at home.

    Playoffs – Any game a point is won or loss by a couple teams. May even happen before we play.

    Division- Easiest way win all 4, regardless of how. Puts Vegas at 109, and best SJ could do then is 108 depending on how they lost to Vegas.

    But Possibly as early as Wednesday vs AZ.

    Vegas wins both Mon and Wed with at least one being a ROW

    AND

    SJ loses both Mon at Chi and Tues a Ton STL in regulation, it will be clinched because we would have tiebreaker by then.

    • Mark

      Ken, on another note, I remember your first Pacific Division podcast I believe you stated that you don’t care for goal differential as a metric. I just find it odd right now that’s how Columbus is the 3 seed in the Metropolitan and Philly is the WC.

      Both have 36 ROWs currently
      Both went 2-1-1 against each other for 5pts each.
      So 3rd tiebreaker is goal differential

      Just odd that the NHL uses that as an option.

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