Praise Be To Foley, Vegas Golden Knights Hockey Website


San Jose struck first on a shot that should have never been allowed. Marcus Sorensen skated from the goal-line to the slot with Alex Tuch on his back. While Tuch was following him, Eric Fehr slashed at him and interfered. The play should have been called a penalty, instead, it ended up in the back of Vegas’ net. Then, late in the period a bit of a mix up allowed Joonas Donskoi to walk one into the high slot and rip it past Fleury. 2-0 at the end of the 1st. The Sharks scored another one on a wrap-around chance early in the 2nd to take a three-goal lead. Vegas got three power plays between the middle of the 2nd to the middle of the 3rd, but couldn’t convert on any of them as Martin Jones played his best game of the series. The Golden Knights never really got going and now head home needing to win a three-game series with two games at T-Mobile Arena.

Upcoming stories from the Vegas Golden Knights vs. San Jose Sharks in Game 4 of Round 2 of the Stanley Cup Playoffs at SAP Center.

  • The pick play the Sharks run was an absolute momentum killer. Plus, VGK having a hard time getting breaks from the zebras in this series.
  • Where did the forecheck go on the road?

Three Stars
*** Marcus Sorensen
** Tomas Hertl
* Martin Jones


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1 Comment

  1. Jim

    What a bitch. Hope you are better at your day job.

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