Vegas Golden Knights

Vegas and Edmonton played two games with similar content and different results. In the first Vegas, everything “flew” into the opponent’s goal. The team spent the first twenty minutes actively and took the lead in the match 3:2. The second period was not productive and in the last period of the game the teams repeated the score from the first period. total; 6:4 in favor of the landowners.

Oilmen from Edmonton

Edmonton thanked the hosts for their “inhospitality” in the second game. From the first whistle, the Oilers brought a hail of shots to the gates of Vegas (19 in the period) and by the seventeenth minute of the match, they opened the opponent’s gates four times. In the second period, McDavid scored for Edmonton to take the score to a devastating score. In the last twenty minutes, Vega replaced the goalkeeper and tried, if not to recover, at least to “bring a bridge” to the next game. The hosts had 14 shots ahead of their rival by almost three, but the maximum that the Vegas players managed to achieve was to wet the score. Result; 1:5 and the series score was 1:1.


Both opponents love and know how to attack. Both Vegas and Edmonton have a whole scattering of not just great champions, the teams are staffed with the true stars of modern hockey! But the defense and actions of goalkeepers are still inferior to their attacking leaders in both reliability and stability. It follows from this logical assumption that in the remaining matches of the cycle, the teams will continue to please their fans with a productive game.