Praise Be To Foley, Vegas Golden Knights Hockey Website


The Golden Knights had been off for nine days, San Jose hadn’t played in eight. One team handled the layoff well, the other didn’t. Vegas scored not once, not twice, not three times, but four times in the 1st period and completely took control of Game 1. Vegas scored again early in the 2nd. Most people spent a majority of the rest of the night staring at the clock. Well, except for Colin Miller and James Neal who scored goals six and seven, and Evander Kane who cross-checked Pierre-Edouard Bellemare in the face well after the whistle. When all was said and done the Golden Knights equaled their total goal output from the first round in less than 50 minutes of this one. Oh, and Marc-Andre Fleury recorded his 3rd shutout of the postseason. Afterall though, the only score that matters now is 1-0.

Upcoming stories from the Vegas Golden Knights vs. San Jose Sharks in Game 1 of Round 2 of the Stanley Cup Playoffs at T-Mobile Arena.

  • Vegas flu? Layoff? Being the inferior team? What happened to the Sharks in the first nine minutes. We’ll ask the Sharks.
  • A deeper dive into exactly what went right for the Golden Knights in Game 1 and if it can continue moving forward.
  • The Sharks may be without one of their best players in Game 2 due to suspension. Sound familiar? It should happen.

Three Stars
*** Reilly Smith
** Alex Tuch
* Marc-Andre Fleury


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1 Comment

  1. Warren Shapiro

    What can I say, The only thing is watch out NHL this team is for real. From goal tending to defense to scoring it has everything so far in a hockey team. will they hoist the CUP we shall see. I know one game a time. During their break they improved. So GOLDEN KNIGHTS Good Luck , enjoy the ride.

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