After playing the San Jose Sharks back-to-back to begin the regular season, the Golden Knights were back home to face the Boston Bruins. The game got off to another quick start for the Golden Knights when Mark Stone scored a Power Play goal 6:36 into the contest. Reilly Smith added his third goal of the season to make it 2-0 Golden Knights. Boston cooled Vegas down and took control of the game midway through the period. The Bruins would score two and tie the game 2-2 after one period.
The Bruins continued their offensive success immediately into the 2nd period. Brad Marchand scored his second goal of the game: 33 seconds into the 2nd period. Torey Krug shot one last at Vegas goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury a few minutes later to give the Bruins a 4-2 lead.
The Golden Knights kept battling in the 3rd period but couldn’t get anything past Bruins goaltender Tuukka Rask. Max Pacioretty got one on the board for Vegas, but it wasn’t enough. The Bruins fended off Vegas for the final 10 minutes and skated away with the 4-2 road victory.
Vegas (2-1) loses its first game of the 2019-2020 regular season 4-2 to the (3-0) Bruins. The Golden Knights get back to action on Thursday night as they travel to Arizona to take on the Coyotes. Puck drops at 7P.
The regular season began with a bang as the home team Vegas Golden Knights scored two goals in the opening five minutes. Mark Stone added Vegas’ first goal of the season on the power play. Reilly Smith doubled the score with his first making it 2-0 Golden Knights. San Jose would get one back to make a 2-1 game after one period. Vegas defenseman Nate Schmidt left the game and wouldn’t return with an apparent knee injury.
Vegas came out hot again to start the period when Cody Glass scored his first NHL goal 2:12 into the 2nd period. Glass converted on a beautiful cross-crease pass from Max Pacioretty. The two teams traded power plays, but neither could convert. After 40 minutes, Vegas held the 3-1 edge.
The Golden Knights fought off an early 3rd period Sharks power play, and Smith and William Karlsson took advantage. Smith scored his second goal of the game and first shorthanded goal of the season. The Golden Knights had to kill off a late penalty, but their kill stood up for the fifth time to keep the Sharks at one.
Vegas heads up to San Jose for the Sharks home opener on Friday night. Faceoff is scheduled for 7:30 p.m.
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The Golden Knights final preseason game was a sneak peek to the highly anticipated season opener against the San Jose Sharks. It was a quick 1st period with neither team scoring in the first 17 minutes. William Carrier opened up the scoring with a nice deflection past San Jose goaltender Martin Jones for the 1-0 Vegas lead.
The Golden Knights would extend their lead 2-0 on a 2nd-period power play goal by Jimmy Schuldt. After matching roughing penalties, Vegas took advantage of the open ice, and Jonathan Marchessault made 3-0. Mark Stone would add a fourth on a little flick shot past Jones.
Vegas began the 3rd period with a four-goal lead which the Sharks would cut into early. San Jose trailed Vegas 4-1 after Danil Yurtaykin scored with a nifty backhand. However, Reilly Smith would regain the four-goal lead on Vegas’ third power play goal. The 3rd period was highlighted by 20 penalties which helped bring the game total to 114 PIM. The Golden Knights would go on to win a wild exhibition game 5-1.
The Golden Knights conclude the preseason with a record of (5-2). The 2019-2020 regular season begins Wednesday night in Las Vegas against the Sharks.
It was the Golden Knights first official dress rehearsal before opening night. Coach Gerard Gallant spoke earlier in camp about using the last two exhibition games as dress rehearsals for October 2nd.
The Kings struck first midway through the 1st period on a backhand shot behind the Golden Knights defense. LA doubled their lead 2-0 on Alex Laffalo’s first exhibition goal.
Vegas had much more energy to start the 2nd period. Alex Tuch and Keegan Kolesar bursted through the neutral zone creating early attacks on Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick. Vegas would go on the power play twice in the period but couldn’t connect and the game remained 2-0 LA after 40 minutes of action.
Down two goals to start the 3rd period the Golden Knights quickly stormed back. Paul Stastny and Brayden McNabb scored :74 seconds apart to tie the game 2-2. It was Stastny’s first and McNabb’s second goal of the preseason. The Kings would take the lead 3-2 on a loose rebound scooped up by LA and past Marc-Andre Fleury.
Vegas would go on to lose 3-2, and drop their exhibition record to 4-2. The Golden Knights play their final preseason game this Sunday against the San Jose Sharks.
The Golden Knights came out firing against the Avalanche but missed shots and couldn’t find the back of the net. Midway through the 1st period Colorado struck first on a Matt Calvert dart passed Malcolm Subban. The two teams traded power plays, but neither could convert. After twenty minutes, the Avalanche held a 1-0 lead.
The 2nd period was all Colorado as they expanded their lead to 3-0. Vladislav Kamenev scored 1:37, and Logan O’Connor added a third goal on the powerplay ten minutes later. Vegas’ offense went quiet only producing 4 shots on the net in the middle frame.
It was more of the same in the 3rd period. The Golden Knights couldn’t string together enough of an attack to threaten Colorado’s goaltender Pavel Francouz. The Avalanche scored one more to make it 4-0. Curtis McKenzie got the Golden Knights on the board in the final 20 seconds. The Golden Knights get back to action on Friday night at the T-Mobile Arena. Vegas will face the LA Kings. Puck drops at 7 p.m.
The game got off to a slow start with neither team shooting much in the first five minutes of the game. Arizona struck first on a goal by defenseman Ilya Lyubushkin. A fired-up Max Pacioretty got Vegas right back in the game on a breakaway snap shot past Coyotes goaltender Adin Hill. Arizona retook the lead, but Pacioretty scored his second of the first period for a 2-2 tie after 20 minutes of action. Pacioretty continued to shine as he found Cody Eakin on a nice feed in front of Arizona’s net. Vegas took the early second-period lead 3-2.
The game continued to be the Max Pacioretty show, as he scooped a rebound and slipped it past Hill for a preseason hat trick. Vegas took a 4-2 lead after two periods.
The final period featured a beautiful backhand goal from veteran Reilly Smith. As he usually does, Smith created a turnover which he jumped on and scored on a breakaway. Brayden McNabb added an empty netter and the Golden Knights cruised to their first preseason win the 2019-2020 season 6-2. Veterans Pacioretty, Eakin, Smith, and McNabb did all the scoring for VGK. Malcolm Subban stopped 26 saves for the win.
The Golden Knights get back on the ice Tuesday in Denver for their second preseason matchup. The game starts at 6 p.m. PT.
As the summer begins to wind down, children and their parents are starting to gear up for the back-to-school season. For many, this means gathering supplies from a long list of items necessary for success in whatever grade. However, for some, these supplies are not readily available or accessible. To promote the success of children throughout our community, back-to-school fairs can help parents ensure they have access to everything their child needs to thrive this school year.
Back-to-school fairs not only serve to help parents get much-needed supplies for their deserving children, but they are an excellent opportunity for the community to get together for a great cause. One of this year’s back-to-school fairs helped get children prepared and excited for a new year of learning and success. Here’s more about the fair sponsored by Adam Kutner Cares and La Campesina 96.7 FM.
Prominent Las Vegas personal injury lawyer Adam Kutner teamed up with popular local radio station La Campesina to support valley children. The back-to-school fair was held at The Boulevard Mall on Saturday, July 20th, 2019. Children of all ages were excited to get prepared for school while enjoying festive entertainment with something for everyone.
Through his charitable organization, Adam Kutner Cares, injury attorney Adam Kutner was able to provide everything from backpacks to pencils for deserving children at the exciting fair. Supplies like these ensure students are ready to go into the school year prepared to focus on academic success. Kutner is a longtime supporter of valley children through charitable donations to a number of initiatives that boost the future leaders of our community.
This year’s fair was unlike any other with plenty of offerings to keep the whole family engaged and entertained. Along with a bevy of assorted school supplies, the fair boasted performances from talented local musicians and dance presentations perfect for the entire family.
The fair also offered plenty for parents as well. Local parents were provided with helpful information from experts on everything from buying a house, health plans, life and car insurance information, and insight on starting a business. These types of community events are important to members of any age group to get the resources they need to reach the next level of success in their lives.
Adam Kutner Cares is proud to partner with organizations throughout the community to give back.
The 22-year-old Roy has appeared in a total of seven NHL games – all with the Hurricanes – and has recorded two penalty minutes. Last season with the American Hockey League’s Charlotte Checkers, he finished with 36 points (17 G, 19 A) to go with 28 penalty minutes in 69 games and ranked third on the team with five game-winning goals. He also appeared in 19 Calder Cup playoff games for the Checkers and helped lead the team to a Calder Cup championship. Roy finished tied for third on the team in playoff scoring with 15 points (6 G, 9 A) to go with 14 penalty minutes. In two seasons in the AHL, he amassed 74 points (28 G, 46 A) to go with 65 penalty minutes in 139 games.
The native of Amos, Quebec was selected by Carolina in the fourth round (96th overall) of the 2015 NHL Entry Draft. Throughout two seasons with the Golden Knights, Haula appeared in 91 games after being selected by the team during the 2017 NHL Expansion Draft from the Minnesota Wild.
Roy will compete for a spot on the Golden Knights roster this upcoming training camp. Camp begins on September 12th.