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VEGAS GOLDEN KNIGHTS 4 BUFFALO SABRES 1 (3-4-0 6 PTS)

Like they have many times this season the Golden Knights came out jumping to start the game. Also like many other games, they appeared to be heading to the locker room without a lead. Especially after Shea Theodore’s goal was taken off due to an offside challenge. However, the first power play goal of the year was scored by Jonathan Marchessault. The Golden Knights continued their dominance through the remaining 40 minutes of the game coasting to an easy win. Cody Eakin, who we highlighted earlier today, scored a shorthanded goal, and William Karlsson got on the board for the first time this year as well. A late goal blew the shutout (and donuts) but a Marchessault empty netter restored the three-goal win.

Upcoming stories from the Vegas Golden Knights vs. Buffalo Sabres at T-Mobile Arena.

  • A complete dominant home game effort, that’s more like it, and more reason why there still should be no concerns with the slow start.
  • Photo gallery from the NHL’s best photographer, Brandon Andreasen

Three Stars
*** William Karlsson
** Marc-Andre Fleury
* Cody Eakin

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1 Comment

  1. Matt

    This was a fun game to watch. The thing about this team that I’ve been excited to see is how they seem to be responding to a slow start – by staying calm and working to get back to playing Vegas hockey. They did this at times last year and so far it seems like that has remained the same.

    We know what this team is capable of despite the injury list at the moment. The one thing that could derail the season would be for the team to get frustrated and start to play individual hockey instead of team hockey. I wonder how much of this has to do with the players and how much of it has to do with the coaches.

    Either way, the way the team responds to this slow start, the injuries, and the suspension that shall not be named will chart the course for the rest of the season.

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