Golden Knights end road trip on wrong end of the win

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By Steven Luker

Red Wings 5 – Golden Knights 2

Red Wings with three goals and Vegas with two

The Red Wings scored two goals in seven minutes and then the Golden Knights scored a minute and two seconds after the Red Wings scored their second goal of the game. The first Red Wings goal was scored by Dylan Larkin who is a local Michigan product and played with his local team. Larkin recorded his 21st goal of the season. Larkin’s goal was assisted by Alex DeBrincat who is another local Michigan product. DeBrincat recorded his 25th assist of the season. The other player grabbing assist is Lucas Raymond who recorded his 27th assist of the season. The time of the goal was five minutes and four seconds.

The Red Wings scored two minutes and four seconds later after the first goal they scored. This goal was scored by Jake Walman who recorded his tenth goal of the season. Walman’s goal was assisted by David Perron who recorded his 13th assist of the season. Also grabbing the assist of the goal was Moritz Seider who recorded his 19th assist of the season. The time of the goal was seven minutes.

The Vegas Golden Knights got on the board one minute and two seconds after the Red Wings scored their second goal in the game. The goal was scored by Ivan Barbashev who recorded his 13th goal of the season. Getting the assist was Nicolas Roy who recorded his 17th assist of the season. Also grabbing an assist is Alec Martinez who is a local Michigan product so this game was a homecoming game for him. This was Martinez’s sixth assist of the season. The time of the goal was eight minutes and two seconds.

Golden Knights

Vegas’ last goal of the game came close to the eleven minute mark. This goal was scored by Paul Cotter, a local person to Michigan returning home. Grabbing the assists are Alec Martinez who got his seventh assist of the season. Also grabbing assist was Alex Pietrangelo who recorded his 

20th assist of the season. The time of the goal was ten minutes and 55 seconds.

The last goal of the first period was a power play goal for the Red Wings. This goal was scored by Joe Veleno who recorded his ninth goal of the season and it was a power play goal for them. This goal was assisted by Moritz Seider who recorded his 20th assist of the season. Also grabbing an assist from the goal was Robby Fabbri who recorded his eighth assist of the season. The time of the goal was 18 minutes and 17 seconds.

Second period neither team scored

Neither team scored in the second period and there was only one penalty in the period and was against the Red Wings. The penalty was on J.T. Compher for High-sticking against Nicolas Hague. The time of the penalty was at three minutes and 22 seconds.

Red Wings scored two goals late in the period

The Red Wings scored two goals to put the game out of reach for the Golden Knights. The first goal for the Red Wings happened near the 12 minute mark. The goal was scored by Andrew Copp, the other Michigan native for the game. Copp’s goal was his tenth goal of the season. Grabbing the assist was Michael Rasmussen who recorded his 12th assist of the season. The time of the goal was eleven minutes and 47 seconds.

The Red Wings last goal was an empty net goal and was towards the end of the game. The goal was scored by Dylan Larkin who recorded his 22nd goal of the season and his second of the game. Grabbing the assist of this empty net goal was J.T. Compher recorded his 17th assist of the season. The other assist was Lucas Raymond who recorded his 28th assist of the season. The time of the goal is 18 minutes and 30 seconds.

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