Bryan Salmond, David Schoen and Steve Carp discuss the Golden Knights first win in a shootout, including Malcolm Subban’s overtime performance, Alex Tuch’s game-winner and what to expect with games coming up against Nashville and Dallas.
The magic of T-Mobile Arena found the Knights yet again, as a 2-0 lead was erased before the home team rallied to beat Anaheim 4-3 in a shootout before 17,608.
Alex Tuch scored on a backhander in the third round of a shootout and Malcolm Subban stopped all three Anaheim shooters as the Golden Knights defeated the Ducks 4-3 Tuesday before 17,608 at T-Mobile Arena.
Forward David Perron was not activated from the injured-reserve list Tuesday and missed his sixth straight game when the Golden Knights hosted the Anaheim Ducks at T-Mobile Arena.
Injured Golden Knights forward David Perron was a full participant in practice Monday and could return in time for Tuesday’s game vs. Anaheim.
The Golden Knights’ veterans have kept things together when times are hard, particularly away from T-Mobile Arena.
Roll wasn’t called, but judging from the attire of the undergrads, those named Fleury and Neal and Vegas Strong were present and accounted for at Vegas Golden Knights University.
The Golden Knights go to overtime to get a 3-2 win over the Arizona Coyotes at T-Mobile Arena on Sunday night.
Reilly Smith’s goal with 1:09 remaining in overtime lifted the Golden Knights past the Arizona Coyotes 3-2 Sunday at T-Mobile Arena to snap the team’s three-game losing streak.
The end of Marc-Andre Fleury’s time on the injured-reserve list may be near. The Golden Knights starting goaltender worked out on the ice for the second day in the row after having passed the last of his concussion protocols.