Golden Knights championship is a successful tale of four goalies

LAS VEGAS, Nevada – Laurent Brossoit or Logan Thompson easily could have been where Adin Hill was, standing in the crease as the clock counted down and the Vegas Golden Knights won the Stanley Cup. 

But because of injuries they watched from the tunnel, only dawning equipment late in the third period and rushing onto the ice with the rest of the scratches to celebrate a title. 

Thompson was an NHL All-Star this season, the Vegas No. 1 goalie after Robin Lehner was ruled out before the season began. He led the team with 21 victories and two shutouts, without his performance, the Golden Knights wouldn’t have been the No. 1 seed in the Western Conference. 

Brossoit, because of Thompson’s injury, was the No. 1 goalie going into the playoffs. He won the opening-round series against the Winnipeg Jet

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NHL Vegas Golden Knights Laurent Brossoit Marc-André Fleury Adin Hill Robin Lehner Jonathan Quick Logan Thompson Sean Burke
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