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5/18 Winner of Adam S. Kutner’s Ticket Giveaway

5/18 Golden Knights Ticket Winner

Like they’ve done ten times this postseason, Vegas took the early 1-0 lead 2:25 in the first period of Game 4. William Karlsson scored his sixth goal of the playoffs on an early power play. The Golden Knights took a one goal lead into the first intermission.

The Jets got one back in the second on a power-play goal by Patrick Laine. However, the game was only tied for 43 seconds as Tomas Nosek regained the lead 2-1.

The Jets continued to push in the third period and eventually tied it up 2-2 early in the third period. Thankfully, Vegas wasn’t done as Reilly Smith made a great defensive play and scored an unassisted go-ahead goal. Marc-Andre Fleury stood on his head once again, as Vegas closed the door on the Jets winning 3-2.

The team at Adam S. Kutner & Associates was able to give away two tickets and a Zamboni ride to our first home game of the Western Conference Finals. Take a look through our Facebook post for more pictures of our winner.

The Golden Knights take a commanding 3-1 Western Conference finals lead. Game 5 is on Sunday at noon in Winnipeg.

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5/16 Winner of Adam S. Kutner’s Ticket Giveaway

4/28 Golden Knights Ticket Winner

 

Vegas forward Jonathan Marchessault is a man on fire. After a two-goal performance in Game 2, #81 led Game 3 with a first period backhanded beauty. After twenty minutes of play, the Golden Knights led Winnipeg 1-0.

Winnipeg broke through in the second with a Mark Scheifele deflection in front of Marc-Andre Fleury giving the Jets life. However, James Neal scored 0:12 seconds later to regain the lead.

The Jets made things difficult for Vegas in the third but held on to their lead 3-2. Game 2 hero Marchessault came up with an empty-netter, securing the victory for the Golden Knights 4-2.

The team at Adam S. Kutner & Associates was able to give away two tickets and a Zamboni ride to our first home game of the Western Conference Finals. Take a look through our Facebook post for more pictures of our winner.

Vegas now leads the Western Conference finals 2–1 with Game 4 coming up Friday at 5P from the T-Mobile Arena.

 

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Adam Kutner Attends Viva La Family Festival

Viva La Family Festival

The Viva La Family Festival originally began in Sacramento, CA in hopes to build an awareness, understanding, and appreciation of Latino cultures, customs, and traditions. Now the event has spread across the United States and has been held in numerous cities. Their latest event took place at the Horseman’s Park in Las Vegas, NV this past weekend.

The Adam S. Kutner team attended the family-focused event where they gave away free items and participated in the festivities.

Numerous families came by for an afternoon of family-oriented fun, food, and music that celebrated the Latino culture. The event also focuses on educating the attendees of the various Latino cultures found across the world. Not only was the event filled with Latino-inspired food and music, but also included a variety of arts and crafts from different countries.

Adam S. Kutner & Associates is the leading personal injury law firm in Las Vegas NV. With over two decades of proven results in the state of Nevada, Kutner has become a household name around the Las Vegas Valley. In addition to the donations Kutner makes directly to organizations in the community, he has created a scholarship program to further assist students in need.

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4/28 Winner of Adam S. Kutner’s Ticket Giveaway

4/28 Golden Knights Ticket Winner

The Vegas Golden Knights jumped out to a 2-0 lead with just over half of the game left. San Jose’s Brent Burns scored a quick power-play goal making it 2-1, breathing some life into the desperate Sharks.

Minutes later, San Jose took advantage of uncharacteristic mistakes and penalties by Vegas. The Sharks took the lead 3-2 heading into the third period.

Three periods of play wasn’t enough, but Vegas players and fans prematurely celebrated when Golden Knights forward Jonathan Marchessault thought he had the game-winning goal in overtime. However, the NHL ruled the goal was caused by San Jose goalie Martin Jones being interfered with. The score remained 3-3 after the end of the first overtime.

The Sharks with some new life, took advantage of the Golden Knights unfortunate penalties. Sharks assistant captain Logan Couture ended the game with a power-play goal in double overtime.

After the loss, the Golden Knights record is (5-1) in the playoffs. The second-round series is all tied up 1-1 and shifts to the SAP Center in San Jose for Monday’s Game 3.

The team at Adam S. Kutner & Associates was able to give away two tickets to this crazy thriller. Take a look through our Facebook post for more pictures of our winner.

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4/26 Winner of Adam S. Kutner’s Ticket Giveaway

4/26 Golden Knights Ticket Winner

The Vegas Golden Knights kicked off the second round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs against their Pacific division rivals, the San Jose Sharks.

The Knights were 3-1 against the Sharks during the regular season. However, each game was extremely close having been decided within two points.

Last night’s game was a different story.

The Golden Knights continued the exceptional gameplay that led them to sweep the LA Kings in the first round.

In the first period, the Knights scored the first goal 4:31 into the game. Not even a minute later, the Knights found the back of the net giving them a 2-0 later in the first five minutes of the game. After another minute, at the 6:02 mark, the Knights scored another goal.

As remarkable as the first period was, the Knights continued with their intensity as Alex Tuch sped past two Sharks defenders and scored the 4th goal of the first period for the Knights.

The Golden Knights entered the second period with a 4-0 lead. Not long into the second, the Knights scored their fifth goal of the game, while the Sharks were held scoreless throughout two periods.

The third period was more of the same story, with the Knights controlling the gameplay that frustrated the Sharks and it showed.

During the third period, the Sharks were showing their temper and frustration when a Sharks player cross-checked Bellemare in the face that led to a five-minute major penalty and an ejection.

During the power play, the Knights made them pay with a sixth goal during the man advantage.

With a 6-0 lead, you would think the Knights would let up. They didn’t.

The Knights had another man advantage and the Knights used the opportunity to score the seventh goal of the game, while the Sharks were still scoreless.

The team at Adam S. Kutner & Associates was able to give away two tickets and a Zamboni ride to the series opener. Take a look through our Facebook post for more pictures of our winner.

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3/31 Winner of Adam S. Kutner’s Ticket Giveaway

The Vegas Golden Knights have continued to cross off every achievement attainable in their historic inaugural season.

This past Saturday, they have reached another major milestone in clinching the Pacific Division title against the San Jose Sharks.

The Sharks need one win to claim their playoff berth. As for the Knights, they needed one more win to claim the Pacific division.

As being the top two teams in the division, the two rivals showed a glimpse of what can be expected if they meet in the Stanley Cup playoffs.

The rivalry game was off to a quick start with the Knights immediately scoring the first goal within the first three minutes of the game. Not long after, the Sharks answered with a goal of their own to tie the game up at 1-1.

The second period maintained the playoff intensity. The Golden Knights were quick to add to the scoreboard and took the lead during the first three minutes of the second. However, the Sharks stuck around and tied up the match before the final period.

The Knights came into the third period on a higher playing level where they led the Sharks 61-43 in shot attempts early in the third.

During the third, the Sharks had a man advantage due to a tripping penalty and this could be their shining moment. However, the Knights forced a turnover and William Karlsson won the game and the division title in an unbelievable manner.

Off an errant pass, Karlsson took the puck where he went one-on-one with the Sharks goalie.  Karlsson used his craftiness and pushed the puck back between his legs as the goaltender reached in, and left the net open for Karlsson to score his 42nd goal of the season.

The team at Adam S. Kutner & Associates was able to give away two tickets and a Zamboni ride to this unbelievable game. Take a look through our Facebook post for more pictures of our winner.

 

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3/30 Winner of Adam S. Kutner’s Ticket Giveaway

3/30 Golden Knights Ticket Winner

In their second to last home game, the Vegas Golden Knights look to get closer to the Pacific division title as they face the St. Louis Blues.

The Blues currently hold the second wild-card spot in the Western Conference. As for the Knights, if they win the game, they will be one point away from the title.

In the first period, the Blues were in charge as they were able to score the first point of the game.

The Knights then received two penalties, where the Blues looked to extend their lead.

However, during the second penalty kill, Cody Eakin was able to find William Karlsson on a breakaway to tie the game up at one.

The Knights kept the momentum when Marchessault was able to find the back of the net for his 26th goal of the season, giving the Knights a 2-1.

Not long after, the Blues tied the game up right before the first period ended.

The second period was primarily quiet, before several Knights players passed around the puck until James Neal scored on a top corner shot to give the Knights a 3-2 lead in the second period.

Quickly into the third period, the Blues stuck around tying the game up at 3-3 with 6:34 left.

Twenty-two seconds into overtime, Marchessault scored his second goal of the game to give the Knights a 4-3 victory.

The team at Adam S. Kutner & Associates was able to give away two tickets and a Zamboni ride to this exciting game. Take a look through our Facebook post for more pictures of our winner.

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3/28 Winner of Adam S. Kutner’s Ticket Giveaway

3/28 Golden Knights Ticket Winner

The Vegas Golden Knights faced the Arizona Coyotes in their third and final match-up of the season.

The Knights have secured their playoff spot and are now looking to secure the Pacific division title.

However, the Coyotes have been playing on a higher level as the season comes to a close.

The Coyotes started the game strong and scored the first goal of the game. Not long after the Golden Knights were able to tie the game up at 1-1.

The Coyotes continued to apply the pressure and were able to take the lead in the first period, ending the first portion of the game with a 2-1 lead.

The Golden Knights stepped their intensity up and managed to tie the game up at 2-2 off a rebound shot from Alex Tuch.

In less than a minute, Arizona was able to regain control and score their third goal of the night as they screened the Golden Knights goalie and never saw the shot coming.

The third period was held scoreless for both teams and the Arizona Coyote were able to hold off the Golden Knights, 3-2.

The team at Adam S. Kutner & Associates was able to give away two tickets and a Zamboni ride to this exciting game. Take a look through our Facebook post for more pictures of our winner.

 

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3/26 Winner of Adam S. Kutner’s Ticket Giveaway

3/26 Golden Knights Ticket Winner

The Vegas Golden Knights continue to reach milestones in their historical inaugural season as they clinched a playoff spot against the Colorado Avalanche.

The Knights have become the first team to reach the Stanley Cup Playoffs in their first season of existence.

Last night’s game against the Avalanche was another home-and-homes series, where the two teams faced each other on Saturday in Colorado and then played another match on Monday in Las Vegas.

The first period came out to be a playoff-like atmosphere as both teams played competitively. The first period ended scoreless, as they entered the second period in a 0-0 tie.

The second period started and the Golden Knights were able to strike first off a shot from Alex Tuch during the first power play.

Not long after, the Avalanche were able to tie the game off a rebound.

However, the Knights were able to regain control and score another goal, ending the period with a 2-1 lead.

During the third period, it was all Golden Knights as they scored another pair of goals to win the game, 4-1.

The team at Adam S. Kutner & Associates was able to give away two tickets to this exciting game. Take a look through our Facebook post for more pictures of our winner.

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3/20 Winner of Adam S. Kutner’s Ticket Giveaway

3/20 Golden Knights Ticket Winner

The Vegas Golden Knights are looking to secure a playoff spot with a win over the Vancouver Canucks and the San Jose Sharks.

The Golden Knights faced the Canucks last night as the Knights chase playoff berth.

The Golden Knights came out strong and immediately took control of the game.

In the first four minutes of the game, the Golden Knights had already scored the first goal of the game. A minute later, the Golden Knights followed up with another goal. With time ticking down in the first period, another goal from the Golden Knights gave them a 3-0 lead to end the first.

The Golden Knight’s control followed into the second period, where they took a 4-0 lead to go into the final period.

The Canucks managed to a goal midway through the third period and end another shutout possibility by the Knights.

The team at Adam S. Kutner & Associates were able to give away two tickets and a Zamboni ride to one lucky fan. Take a look through our Facebook post for more pictures of our winner.

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