Malcolm Subban stopped all three attempts in the shootout to lift the Golden Knights to a 6-5 victory over the Florida Panthers at T-Mobile Arena on Thursday night.
The Knights’ forward was demoted to the third line and played there again Thursday night against the Florida Panthers with linemates Cody Eakin and Ryan Carpenter.
Malcolm Subban will start in net Thursday when the Golden Knights open a back-to-back against the Florida Panthers.
The Review-Journal’s Golden Edge crew plays the new game show “Is the Knight Right?” with Reaves, a “The Price is Right” enthusiast.
Once bitter adversaries and central figures in the Montreal-Ottawa rivalry, Mark Stone and Max Pacioretty have unexpectedly joined forces in the Golden Knights’ quest to capture the Stanley Cup.
The center became the 10th player from France in league history after signing a contract with the Philadelphia Flyers in June 2014.
The trilingual Golden Knights center taught Review-Journal reporters Ben Gotz and Adam Hill hockey terms in French and Swedish.
It’s no secret that Las Vegas loves Marc-Andre Fleury.
Mark Stone made his Las Vegas debut a day after being traded from Ottawa and had an immediate impact on the team and the fans at T-Mobile.
Jonathan Marchessault’s Greco-Roman takedown of Radek Faksa set the tone for a physical night and helped spark the Knights to a 4-1 victory over the Dallas Stars at T-Mobile Arena.