Star-studded Golden Knights win again in game against Canadiens
The Vegas Golden Knights are very hard to stop at the moment, and against the Montreal Canadiens on Saturday, they claimed yet another victory. The game finished 6-4 and Vegas now has seven wins in a row.
The Golden Knights took the lead late in the first period, with a goal from Nicolas Hague.
The Canadiens tied the game 1-1 late into the first when Cole Caufield scored, assisted by Kirby Dach and Joel Edmundson.
The Golden Knights took the lead early in the second period when Reilly Smith found the back of the net.
The Canadiens tied the score 2-2 within the first minute of the third period when Nick Suzuki scored, assisted by Kirby Dach and Kaiden Guhle.
Reilly Smith took the lead four minutes later.
Keegan Kolesar increased the lead to 4-2 four minutes later, assisted by Nicolas Hague.
Nicolas Roy increased the lead to 5-2 only seconds later, assisted by Keegan Kolesar and William Carrier.
Nick Suzuki narrowed the gap to 5-3 two minutes later, assisted by Kirby Dach and Cole Caufield.
Jonathan Marchessault then increased the lead to 6-3 late into the third, assisted by Jack Eichel and Alex Pietrangelo.
Juraj Slafkovsky narrowed the gap to 6-4 two minutes later, assisted by Kaiden Guhle.
Montreal is now 5–6–1, while Vegas improves to 11–2–0.
The result means Montreal stays in seventh place and Vegas is on top.
On Tuesday, the Canadiens face Detroit at 7 p.m. at Little Caesars Arena and the Golden Knights take on Toronto on the road at 7 p.m. at Scotiabank Arena.