Golden Edge video host Bryan Salmond talks to Shelby Delagardeaux and Lindsay Baxter, two Marc-Andre Fluery superfans who made the trip from Toronto to see their favorite goalie practice and to check out a Golden Knights game.
It’s been a 20-year wait and Capitals fans are ready to “Rock the Red” against the first-year wunderkind Golden Knights
Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant is not panicking after Washington evened the best-of-seven Stanley Cup Final at one game apiece and snatched away home-ice advantage.
Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final on Wednesday was the most-watched Final game on NBC Sports Network in three years and the highest-rated NHL game on the cable channel for Las Vegas and Washington.
The Golden Knights’ Ryan Reaves and Brayden McNabb were not subject to any additional discipline by the NHL’s Department of Player Safety on Thursday after separate incidents in Game 2.
In their own unique ways, the Golden Knights and Capitals advanced to the Stanley Cup Final by proving themselves overly tough throughout the postseason.
Braden Holtby’s sprawling save preserved a 3-2 road win for the Capitals on Wednesday night, and it was what Washington needed to even the series heading back home.
Washington played as you might think a team trailing in the Stanley Cup Final would in beating the Golden Knights 3-2 on Wednesday night at T-Mobile Arena, meaning the Capitals showed a focus and determination and toughness that Vegas must now combat as things head to the nation’s capital for Games 3 and 4.
Lars Eller, a 29-year-old journeyman from Denmark, scored a goal and had two assists as Washington evened the best-of-seven series with a 3-2 win at T-Mobile Arena.
If Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final was largely a case of Washington giveth and Vegas taketh away, Game 2 was a matter of the Capitals not giving anything more away.