Vegas Couldn’t hang on to win in overtime versus Flames 2-1

By Steven Luker

Calgary Flames 2 – Las Vegas Golden Knights 1

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Vegas started early

The Vegas Golden Knights started the game hot by scoring a goal in the first period. The first period goal was scored by William Karlsson and was a power play goal at the  13 minutes and 53 second mark.

Quietness for the rest of game for Vegas

Vegas couldn’t score a goal at all in the rest of the game. The game was tied one to one going into overtime. It was until three point seven seconds left into overtime being over and Calgary connected and scored the game winning goal. 

Vegas Counties on the road and what next

Vegas Golden Knights are still in Canada this week and they will be traveling out to Edmonton to play the Oilers tomorrow night at 6pm pacific time. Then the Golden Knights will take Wednesday off to travel to Vancouver to play the Canucks on Thursday night. The puck for that game drops at 7pm pacific time. Vegas will head home after that game and host a game on Saturday. The Saturday game will be against the Capitals that time is seven pm pacific time. Then they will play host to the St. Louis Blues on Monday night and puck drops at seven pm pacific time. Then the Golden Knights will travel to St. Louis on Wednesday.

The three stars of the gameThere are three stars from this game we will be taking a look at for the game we have two for Calgary and one for Vegas. The number one star player is Dan Vladar of the Calgary Flames. Vladar tonight saved 27 of the 28 shots off the Vegas Golden Knights tonight. The number two star of the game is from the Vegas Golden Knights is Adin Hill. Hill tonight had 32 of the 34 shots on goal. The last star of the game was MacKenzie Weegar of the Calgary Flames. Wagner tonight had one goal in the game and it was the game winning goal in overtime.

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