For the second straight year, the Golden Knights were eliminated in the third round.
Nick Suzuki tallied three points in another strong game against his former team.
Robin Lehner weathered the storm throughout, allowing the comeback victory.
An unfortunate bounce ruined a well-played game for the Golden Knights.
The Stephenson-less Golden Knights’ late push was not enough after a bad start.
Marc-Andre Fleury secured his 90th career playoff win.
Captain Mark Stone scored the overtime game-winning goal.
Jonathan Marchessault scored a hat trick in the Knights’ best game of the series.
Vegas stays in the series with a gutsy win at home.
Marc-Andre Fleury gets his first start of the series, but the Knights aren’t able to beat the Avalanche despite a strong performance.
There’s uh... nothing positive to say about this one.
Mattias Janmark scored a hat trick to lead Vegas into the second round.
The Golden Knights played poorly in a potential elimination game.
A very rough first period haunted the team in the first elimination game.
Nicolas Roy scored twice, and Marc-Andre Fleury recorded a 35-save shutout.
Jonathan Marchessault scored a critical goal, and Alex Tuch scored twice.
The Golden Knights were unable to score and fall into 1-0 hole in the series.
Marc-Andre Fleury posted his sixth shutout of the season.
Colorado is now two points behind Vegas in the standings with a game in hand.
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Marc-Andre Fleury picked up his eighth straight win, No. 491 in his career.
Jonathan Marchessault nets the game-winning goal with under 20 seconds left in OT.
Marc-Andre Fleury earned his 490th career win, moving him into third place on the all-time list.
The Knights’ struggles in Minnesota continue.
Marc-Andre Fleury gets win No. 489 and is now tied for third all-time.
With Jonathan Marchessault scratched due to injury, the Golden Knights couldn’t generate much pressure.
Stone and Pacioretty record six points as Vegas takes a six-point lead in the West.
Chandler Stephenson scored twice in the series finale against the Ducks.
Jonathan Marchessault led the way with a four-point night.
Patrick Marleau broke Gordie Howe’s record for most NHL games, playing his 1768th game.
The Golden Knights move into a first-place tie with Colorado in the West Division.