Vegas trounced Chicago and got off to a quick start.
Here are three players from each team to watch out for in this series.
What was expected has come true. Now it gets fun.
Another run at the Stanley Cup for the young franchise that could. Among weird circumstances, this may be Vegas’ greatest chance to win it. First thing’s first: A series with a team that knows about winning.
Vegas’ first-round opponent was the No. 12 seed for a reason.
Robin Lehner is good, the third line has some intrigue, and Zach Whitecloud may be years ahead of his time.
Totally expected, but Vegas will have a full lineup when the playoffs begin.
By way of Vegas’ overtime win, they’ll get a surprising Chicago team in the round of 16.
The winner gets Chicago, the loser gets Arizona.
A wacky third period? You don’t say.
He ties Tony Esposito for the all-time record, but Fleury now has the longest active streak among the four professional leagues.
A win would put Vegas in the driver’s seat for a top-2 seed in the Western Conference.
Vegas and Dallas players took part in representing their feelings toward systemic racism.
What a fun, meaningful hockey game.
The hockey counts for real now.
It looks like the plan will stay to rotate goalies, while Pacioretty still is not with the team in Edmonton.
Plenty of superstar talent will be on display as the No. 5 and 12 seeds clash.
It’s an exhibition game. But it’s one step closer to Vegas playing meaningful hockey.
We’re getting close, folks.
Who will be the X-Factors as Vegas tries another run at the Cup?
Hockey on TV. What is this, 2019?
The forward has been out with a minor issue, but now he’s not with Vegas prior to the Stanley Cup Qualifiers.
Vegas has defeated Minnesota in regulation only once but has never lost in regulation to Vancouver.
The Knights will square off against St. Louis, Colorado and Dallas.
The Golden Knights are no longer the new kids on the block.
A healthy Tuch, and a good third line, could be the X-Factors that lead Vegas to a run at the Stanley Cup.
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The Knights found themselves atop the Pacific Division yet again this season. Here’s who helped get them there.
Vegas’ leading scorer was not on the ice, but it was not due to COVID-19.
Thompson was coach of the Chicago Wolves throughout the entire tenure as Vegas’ AHL affiliate.
One of Vegas’ top prospects will join the organization next season.