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Once again it didn’t take long for the Golden Knights to get on the board. Alex Tuch scored on a nifty backhand wraparound to get the scoring underway. Then the flood gates opened a bit as William Karlsson scored on an odd-man rush and William Carrier snuck one through Cory Schneider ending his day early. The Devils wouldn’t go away though as they scored twice in the 2nd to cut the lead to two both times. New Jersey would keep coming and eventually tied the game midway through the 3rd. Vegas hung on to reach overtime, but a quick goal (which was reviewed for offside and sure looked like it was) won it for the Devils.

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** Travis Zajac
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1 Comment

  1. Vic

    Only lost a point, however, very disturbing to see the boys once again play down to the level of the opposition. Wasted a hot Wild Bill and Fleury. Have to give credit to the Devils for hanging tough. After period one, our boys stopping fore checking, back checking and hitting. It felt like every critical face off was lost. The grade A chances for the Devils kept on coming while our side couldn’t get a decent shot. We lost a point to a very inferior team. A few bad bounces again for the defense, but they did look horrible for forty minutes as well. This sort of a loss can’t happen for a team planning to get to and then go far in the playoffs. Let’s snap back against the Rangers.

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