The Knights have allowed just one goal in each of their last three games, only the second time in franchise history they’ve allowed a goal or less in three straight.
If the Golden Knights need a goal or an assist, Paul Stastny can make it happen. If they need help on special teams, he’s there. And if the team needs to win a key draw, he’s ready to battle in the faceoff circle.
With 2018 coming to a close, Golden Edge host Cassie Soto shares some of the highlights from the end of the Golden Knights’ inaugural season and the start of year two.
Paul Stastny, Reilly Smith, Cody Eakin, Brandon Pirri and Ryan Carpenter scored in the Knights’ third straight win.
The Knights were 22-15-4 and in third place in the Pacific Divison after Saturday’s 4-1 win against the Los Angeles Kings, which marked the halfway point of their regular season.
With a win Saturday, the Golden Knights would move into a tie for first place in the Pacific Division with Calgary.
Forward Will Carrier’s steady play for the Golden Knights earned him a promotion Saturday. The move paid immediate dividends in a 4-1 victory at the Los Angeles Kings.
As the calendar flips, it’s time to reflect on the stars, scores and standout performances that have marked the first half of the season. And what better way to do that than see where things stand in each major awards race.
Goaltender Malcolm Subban made 30 saves, forwards William Carrier, Alex Tuch, William Karlsson and Paul Stastny scored, and the Golden Knights defeated the Los Angeles Kings 4-1 Saturday at Staples Center.
True to Vegas form, Golden Knights games were an entertainment spectacle, even before the first puck drop.