The Colorado Avalanche took a 2-0 series lead over the Vegas Golden Knights on Wednesday evening. The visiting team played well, but came out on the losing end. Game Three is set for Friday in Vegas.
It looked as if Mikko Rantanen and the Colorado Avalanche were going to steal another game from the Vegas Golden Knights until Jonathan Marchessault tied the game late in the third period. The Golden Knights ended up winning Game Three by a score of 3-2. Colorado holds a 2-1 series lead heading into Game Four.
The Vegas Golden Knights beat the Colorado Avalanche 5-1 in their second home game of the series. Game Five will be in Colorado, on Tuesday night, with the series now tied 2-2.
The Vegas Golden Knights host the Colorado Avalanche for Game Six of the Western Conference Semi-Finals. Vegas leads the series 3-2 and are one game away from advancing to the Western Conference Finals for the second time in four years.
The Vegas Golden Knights take on the Montreal Canadiens in the third round of the 2020-21 NHL Playoffs. This matchup comes three years after the blockbuster trade that sent the Habs’ then-captain Max Pacioretty to the Golden Knights.
The Vegas Golden Knights will deploy Alex Tuch as their first line center, looking to avenge their Game Two home loss to the Montreal Canadiens.
The semifinal series between the Vegas Golden Knights and Montreal Canadiens is not tied 2-2. How did the series get to this point?
On the brink of elimination, the Vegas Golden Knights need to decide if Marc-Andre Fleury is their man or if they should roll the dice with the younger, fresher Robin Lehner.