The pressure to win has now reached its apex.
For the second straight year, the Golden Knights were eliminated in the third round.
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Despite losing three of four, the books are on Vegas’ side.
The Knights have to find a way to win in Montreal to save their season.
The former Vegas draft pick put on a show in the pivotal Game 5, pushing his former team to the brink.
Nick Suzuki tallied three points in another strong game against his former team.
It’s not an elimination game, but the Knights have to turn things around.
With the season on the line, the goalie produces arguably his best performance with Vegas.
Robin Lehner weathered the storm throughout, allowing the comeback victory.
The Golden Knights look to bounce back from a deflating loss.
They were two minutes from taking a series lead and putting pressure on the upstart Habs. Then it all imploded.
An unfortunate bounce ruined a well-played game for the Golden Knights.
The Canadiens have stolen home-ice advantage; Vegas needs to win it back.
The Stephenson-less Golden Knights’ late push was not enough after a bad start.
The Golden Knights look to go up 2-0 for the first time this postseason.
Marc-Andre Fleury secured his 90th career playoff win.
When Vegas needed to rally, the guys who struggled to close last season have shown up.
The Golden Knights look to improve to 3-0 on home ice in this series.
Captain Mark Stone scored the overtime game-winning goal.
This series may boil down to who wins on the road first. Can Vegas do it?
Jonathan Marchessault scored a hat trick in the Knights’ best game of the series.
The Knights will be forced to win three straight against Colorado if they lose tonight.
Vegas stays in the series with a gutsy win at home.
The Golden Knights were a much better team in Game 2; now they need to actually claim victory.
Bad call or not, it’s another ‘L’ in the OT ledger for this team’s playoff history.
Marc-Andre Fleury gets his first start of the series, but the Knights aren’t able to beat the Avalanche despite a strong performance.
So, that happened.
There’s uh... nothing positive to say about this one.
Both teams finished the regular season with a league-high 82 points.
Mattias Janmark scored a hat trick to lead Vegas into the second round.