The Golden Knights fall into three holes by scores of 1-0, 2-1, and 3-2, but they were able to tie the score each time. An incredible goal by James Neal with less than three to go sent the game to overtime, but a quick 3-on-3 session ended with a Florida goal.
Upcoming stories from the Vegas Golden Knights at Florida Panthers at BB&T Center.
- Perron’s ability to control the puck is unmatched and irreplaceable for the Golden Knights.
*** James Neal
** Aleksander Barkov
* Aaron Ekblad
It was better when the Golden Knights were invincible in 3-on-3. Went 37:43 without allowing a goal in OT, now they've allowed two in 1:23 of OT time in the last two games.
— SinBin.vegas (@SinBinVegas) January 20, 2018
The Kings made the playoffs in 2012 as a number 8 seed and on the very last day of the season. They went on tear through the play offs beating the President Cup winners Canucks 4 games to 1. Then the 2 seed in the West Blues 4 games to 2. Then the surprise Coyotes in the WCF 4 games to 1. Then finally the Devils in the SFC’s 4 games to 1. It was a historic run. Being a life long Kings fan living in a world of perpetual let down by my team, it was the most exciting 20 games of hockey ever (well coming back from being down 3-0 to the Sharks and going to win the cup in ‘14 was not shabby either). I’ll never forget it. This run right now is so much better for me because I’ve wanted a home team to rout for since I moved to Vegas in 1987. I’m worried the eventual let down in performance could be bad for attendance here but I’m sure enjoying every game …..away and at home.
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