Praise Be To Foley, Vegas Golden Knights Hockey Website


A mistake in his own end by Nick Holden led the Leafs to score their first goal in the first two periods of a home game in quite some time. The Golden Knights fell asleep in the first :09 of the 2nd, conceding again. Then, things turned around in a big way. Vegas completely dominated the remainder of the period but only got one goal from Cody Eakin in it. Through two periods the Golden Knights attempted 61 shots, only 30 made it to the goal and only one went in. The Golden Knights continued the pressure but couldn’t get the tying goal. Erik Haula was injured and taking off on a stretcher in the 3rd period. Yet another similar story to so many games this year.

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1 Comment

  1. Vic

    Probably my imagination?
    *Hunt seems like the only D man awake as far as the offensive side goes.
    *Karlsson seems to be sleep walking (skating less hard, missing passes, missing pucks sent his way, out of position, etc).
    *Goodbye Merrill and Holden. Deep breath…rather have Sbisa and Garrison. At least Sbisa would slam people around. Nov 18th = Schmidt…hurry please.
    *Is there a stat for 2 on 1 breaks where our guys don’t even get a shot on goal?
    *Our guys are making every goalie look like Ken Dryden/Martin Brodeaur in their glory years.
    *Winning 4-5 straight would make most of the above go away.

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