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In Mark Stone’s debut as a Golden Knight, Vegas had the jump in the legs in the first 40 minutes. However, a penalty on Jonathan Marchessault as he protected Marc-Andre Fleury led to a Dallas PP goal and a 1-0 lead. Vegas got it back with a zinger of a shot from Max Pacioretty on a power play of their own. The Golden Knights could not convert on an extended 5-on-3 power play due to Ben Bishop making multiple amazing saves. A heck of a forechecking play by Pacioretty forced an own goal to give Vegas the lead. Then a pair of empty netters sealed it.

Upcoming stories from the Vegas Golden Knights vs Dallas Stars at T-Mobile Arena.

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Ken’s Three VGK Stars
*** Mark Stone
** Nate Schmidt
* Max Pacioretty


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  1. Vic

    21-1 shots in period 3. Wow. Hitting and fore-checking returned. Tough loss for Bishop as he was stellar. However, the way the boys were jumping means good things are likely coming. My 3 Vegas stars…Max, McNabb and Reaves,

  2. waiting for a cab

    I heard that the Knights refused to include Carpenter in the deal for Stone. Gallant said that you can have Fleury, you can have Branstrom, you can have Theodore and Schmidt, but you cannot have Gallant’s hero, Ryan Carpenter, mister minus 8. He is so important that Tuch has to move to his backhand side on LW to accomodate the great Carpenter. and of course they could have used Pirri on that 5-on-3 PP, but Carpenter is just too valuable sitting on the bench.

    cutty sarc

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