Vegas Golden Knights drop 2 in row

By Steven Luker

Los Angeles Kings 4 – Vegas Golden Knights 1

Golden Knights

What is going on Vegas

The Vegas Golden Knights seem to be on a stretch of bad luck the last two games losing to the Kings and the Ducks the two better California teams out there. Vegas lost to the Kings the same amount of goals the team they played scored with a total of four goals.

How it went down in scoring

During the first period neither team scored in that period. During the second period the Kings scored first and early with eleven minutes and 30 seconds left in the second period. Vegas didn’t score in the second period and was silent. The Kings were on the way to shouting out the reigning champions at home but things did change in the third period at 14 minutes and 33 seconds William Karlsson scored the sole goal for the Vegas Golden Knights.

What is next for Vegas

The Vegas Golden Knights are facing off the worst team in the NHL this season, the San Jose Sharks. The Golden Knights are hosting a Military Appreciation night on that day. The San Jose Sharks are only with one win, ten losses and one overtime loss.

Key Stats

Adin Hill had 29 saves in the game. Anze Kopitar reached a total of 400th goal in his career Since the inception the Vegas Golden Knights  joined the NHL ahead of the 2017-18 season, no skater has more points against the Golden Knights than Kopitar (13 goals, 21 assists). When Kopitar scored his 400th goal he became the fourth player to do it with the Kings.

Last Time Vegas lost two straight

After opening the season the Vegas Golden Knights had points in their first 12 games. The Vegas Golden Knights lost for the second straight time in regulation.  The last time they had consecutive games  lost consecutive games in regulation was  January 16 and 19 of the  last season, to Dallas and Detroit, respectively. This last time when it happened was also a set of home games.

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