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The Golden Knights final preseason game was a sneak peek to the highly anticipated season opener a gasoline the San Jose Sharks. It was a quick 1st period with neither team scoring in the first 17 minutes. William Carrier opened up the scoring with a nice deflection past San Jose goaltender Martin Jones for the 1-0 Vegas lead.

The Golden Knights would extend their lead 2-0 on a 2nd period power play goal by Jimmy Schuldt. After matching roughing penalties,  Vegas took advantage of the open ice and Jonathan Marchessault made 3-0. Mark Stone  would add a fourth on a little flick shot past Jones.

Vegas began the 3rd period with a four goal lead which the Sharks would cut into early. San Jose trailed Vegas 4-1 after Danil Yurtaykin scored with a nifty backhand. However, Reilly Smith would regain the four goal lead on Vegas’ third power play goal. The Golden Knights would go on to win a wild exhibition game 5-1.

The Golden Knights conclude the preseason with a record of 5-2. The 2019-2020 regular season begins Wednesday night in Las Vegas against the Sharks. (Recap by Jason)

Upcoming stories from the Vegas Golden Knights vs. San Jose Sharks preseason game at T-Mobile Arena.

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  • A San Jose Sharks star has high praise for Cody Glass

Ken’s Three VGK Stars

*** Valentin Zykov
** Valentin Zykov
* Valentin Zykov

Evander Kane’s reactions to the game


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  1. Spear the fin

    Gallant better wake up and start getting serious. He just laughs off the Snarks backup goalie attempting to injure his top player with a cheap shot. If he won’t defend his own players in the media in this type of situation, then the refs will just continue to screw them again and again.

    Not a word from him about the repeated cheap shots by Kane and Dillon, or the abuse of officials penalties by 3 sharks.

    Did not like his dismissive comments or his understating how well his team played tonight. His shrug-it-off act is wearing thin.

    • BattleBorn88

      Just because you don’t see it, doesn’t mean the response isn’t there. The Knights are a pretty disciplined team. Last year Vegas was tied for fourth in least average penalty minutes a game and was number two the year before. I don’t know the exact stat but Turk seems to let the boys off the leash a little when the Sharks are around. If you watch the play, the discipline slides and the Knights get in their fair share of uncalled slashes/holds/cross checks. But most importantly, Turk makes them hit them where it hurts, the score board.

  2. Mike StG

    Marchie’s response to how many penalty minutes in the game (“300?”) was hilarious. What a fun game from opening faceoff all the way through.

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