What We Learned
Thoughts on the night before.
The score may not reflect it, but the Golden Knights were absolutely unstoppable in their first divisional matchup of the season.
Vegas has strung together consecutive wins for the first time this season.
Not many positives to speak of.
It may not have been all that pretty, but Vegas walked out of Minnesota with its first win of the season, despite the excellent play of Devan Dubnyk.
It wasn’t the start Vegas was looking for, but there were a few positive takeaways from its unimpressive
This stings. But what a ride.
Vegas is in a deep hole now.
Braden Holtby leads his team past the Knights to even the series at one game apiece.
What a freaking game.
Let’s review the latest historic victory for the Golden Knights.
That’s one hell of a response.
Not the way the Golden Knights wanted to start the series.
Yes, this is happening.
Vegas takes the 2-1 series lead after an overtime thriller in Game 3.
Not an inspiring performance after blowing San Jose out in Game 1.
Not a bad way to start off Round 2!
The Knights are just one win away from a 4-0 sweep.
Marc-Andre Fleury is a godsend.
Vegas’ secondary scoring, led by Ryan Carpenter, was on fire (pun intended) against the Flames.
James Neal, if you’re reading this, please never be sick ever again.
The Golden Knights finally did it. They finally beat a team wearing the color orange.
Marc-Andre Fleury made a clutch save that changed the outcome of the game.
Beating a hot goaltender is easier said than done.
This could have been the Chris Thorburn revenge game.
The Golden Knights held on to get a point against a tough Maple Leafs team.