What We Learned
Thoughts on the night before.
What was misfortune on Friday turned into Vegas’ key moment in securing first place in the Pacific Division.
The sky isn’t falling yet, but there may be a crack or two.
Unsuccessful would be putting it mildly.
We’re going to Game 7.
Vegas can now end the series on Sunday.
Vegas takes the 2-1 series lead.
Huge win on the road.
The Knights are on a roll.
The Knights always seem to step up their game when facing other teams from the Pacific.
Not a bad way to finish off 2018.
Golden Knights 2, Avalanche 1: 5 things we learned from a low-scoring affair after the holiday break
Vegas shut down arguably the best line in hockey as they ended their homestand with a big win against Colorado.
The Golden Knights blew a late lead as they were defeated by the Habs in overtime.
The Knights scored four unanswered goals as they defeated the Isles for the second time in eight days.
After an ugly collapse in New Jersey, the Golden Knights solved one of the NHL’s best goalies to pick up a pair of points in the Garden.
Turns out that allowing four unanswered goals isn’t exactly the best idea.
The Golden Knights have now officially defeated every NHL team at least once.
The Knights needed to bounce back after a poor performance in Los Angeles, and they did just that.
Golden Knights 5, Capitals 3: 5 things we learned from a spirited victory against the reigning champs
It was a rough, tough and valiant win for the ascending Knights.
All good things must come to an end.
The Golden Knights held off Vancouver’s late surge to extend their winning streak to five games.
Less than a week after being routed in Calgary, Vegas delivered a beatdown of its own.
The Knights won their second consecutive game
Golden Knights 3, Coyotes 2: 5 things we learned from Vegas’ hard-fought Thanksgiving Eve win in Arizona
After possibly their worst loss of the season, Vegas came up big with a well-deserved win against the Coyotes.
Vegas remains consistently inconsistent.
Vegas followed up its big win against the Ducks with a stinker against David Perron’s Blues.
Vegas has been needing to play faster, and they did just that against Anaheim.
A hard-fought game ends in a loss.
Vegas finally got the offense going as they took down the Sens on the road.
Golden Knights 3, Hurricanes 0: 5 things we learned from a refreshing shutout victory over a formidable opponent
This was exactly the game Vegas needed.