Praise Be To Foley, Vegas Golden Knights Hockey Website


With a one game lead in the series, the Golden Knights came into the game with a great chance to stake claim to the series. Despite clock errors in the building, the Golden Knights were able to strike first for the second straight game, this time with a goal from Alex Tuch. The game headed to the first intermission with Vegas touting a 14-5 shots on goal lead. It was much of the same in the 2nd but the Golden Knights couldn’t get one past Quick. Brayden McNabb took a penalty deep in the offensive zone which led to the Kings second power play of the game. Paul LaDue took a shot from the point, it took a deflection off Deryk Engelland and found its way into the Vegas net. The Kings came out with a bit more of an offensive purpose in the 3rd, but neither team was able to find the go-ahead goal. So we headed to overtime for the first time in VGK history. The first OT came and went with just a few great scoring chances, both goalies were tremendous. Late in the 2nd OT VGK finds the winner from a great goal from Erik Haula!

Upcoming stories from the Vegas Golden Knights vs. Los Angeles Kings in Game 2 of Round 1 of the Stanley Cup Playoffs at T-Mobile Arena.

  • Photo gallery of Game 2 from Brandon Andreasen
  • Vegas making it incredibly difficult to enter the zone, especially on dump-ins
  • Seemingly inflated hit totals not indicative of the actual game on the ice.
  • Should Tatar be the one who draws out if/when Perron returns?

Three Stars
*** Jonathan Quick
** Nate Schmidt
* Erik Haula

Before OT:


What In The World Is Going On With David Perron?


Erik Haula’s Game Winning Goal


  1. Vgk4life

    Need to sit Tatar. That line with Eakin is absolutely brutal. Tatar spent half the game on the ice getting pushed around. If rather see Lindberg or Reaves out there. Other than that solid game overall against a very big and good defensive team. We wore them out.

    • Vgk4life

      Oh and yeah the shame chant was ridiculously funny. The whole crowd was laughing while we were trying to chant it. Very medieval and perfect for the knights. It’s even better when the opposition players face is on the big screen and we’re all waving our battle towels chanting. Absolutely awesome atmosphere tonight! Except Tatar. 😉

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