Canucks lose 5-4 as Golden Knights regroup and come back in the third period. The Vegas Golden Knights beat the Vancouver Canucks 5–4 in a wild game where both teams scored three goals in a row in the last period. Two goals were overturned after a challenge, and both teams scored three goals in the final period.
Elias Pettersson was great, but the Canucks lost to Vegas even though they had a two-goal lead Welcome to Instant Reaction, a new series on CanucksArmy where we give you our quick thoughts right after a game and ask our readers to do the same in the comments section below. The Stanchies and Statsies will be posted later and will be our more detailed recaps of the game.
The Golden Knights have held so many winning hands this season that their statistics are mind-boggling. On Monday at Rogers Arena, the odds were stacked against the Vancouver Canucks like a towering stack of poker chips. The Vegas Golden Knights have held so many winning hands in the National Hockey League this season that their … Read more
William Carrier’s second goal of the game was the first of three consecutive goals scored by the Vegas Golden Knights after falling behind by two goals to the Vancouver Canucks, resulting in a 5-4 victory for Vegas. J.T. Miller, a winger for the Vancouver Canucks, stated a few weeks ago that it required a great … Read more