The Vegas Golden Knights are at home for the second time this preseason for a rematch of their first game against the Colorado Avalanche on Sunday.
The Golden Knights will look to finish in the third period in this third game, as the team has not scored in such period the past two games. It has, however, been the first team to score in each of the two contests.
Here's how to watch:
TV: NHL Network, ABC (KTNV - Las Vegas)
Radio: Fox Sports Las Vegas 98.9 FM / 1340 AM
Venue: T-Mobile Arena
Puck drop: 7:00 p.m. PST / 10:00 p.m. EST
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START OF FIRST PERIOD:
SCORING UPDATE #1: William Karlsson scores the first goal of the game for the Golden Knights just under a minute into the game.
SCORING UPDATE #2: Golden Knights forward Gage Quinney finds the net to give Vegas a 2-0 lead.
END OF FIRST PERIOD: Vegas leads 2-0.
START OF SECOND PERIOD:
PENALTY: Minor penalty against Avalanche forward Mikhail Maltsev for holding.
PENALTY: Minor penalty against Golden Knights forward Paul Cotter for interference.
SCORING UPDATE #3: Vegas forward Michael Amadio with the rebound, Golden Knights take 3-0 lead.
SCORING UPDATE #4: Cotter scores for the Golden Knights, extending the team's lead to 4-0.
SCORING UPDATE #5: Forward Keegan Kolesar earns himself a goal. Vegas up, 5-0.
PENALTY: Hooking against Kolesar.
SCORING UPDATE #6: Golden Knights defenseman Kaedan Korczak scores. 6-0, Vegas.
END OF SECOND PERIOD
START OF THIRD PERIOD:
SCORING UPDATE #7: Avalanche forward Alex Beaucage scores the team's first goal of the game. 6-1, Vegas.
PENALTY: Golden Knights defenseman Jake Bischoff penalized for interference.
SCORING UPDATE #8: Golden Knights forward Chandler Stephenson scores a goal in his 2022 preseason debut. Vegas leads, 7-1.
PENALTY: Vegas defenseman Brayden Pachal penalized for hooking.
FINAL: Golden Knights win, 7-1.
The Vegas Golden Knights were a completely different team on offense than in the past two preseason games.
Vegas scored two goals in the first period before putting up an impressive four goals in the second. Colorado's lone goal came in the third.
The Golden Knights will be back at home on Friday when they face the San Jose Sharks at 7 p.m. PST.