Unnumbered Thoughts: The Vegas Golden Knights goalie tandem are off and rolling

Logan Thompson was an NHL All-Star last season. His .915 save percentage was tied for 11th in the league and even though he was fighting injury, in his final five appearances of the season he was on a stretch of stopping 148 out of 159 shots for the Vegas Golden Knights. 

By all accounts, he did his job. 

But Thompson’s injury changed the equation and opened up a life-changing opportunity for Adin Hill, who became the starter in the playoffs – after an injury to Laurent Brossoit – and became the team’s new No. 1 goalie when he was signed to a two-year contract extension after Vegas won the Stanley Stanley Cup. 

Thompson isn’t bitter about it, he’s got his name on the Stanley Cup. He's also always been grateful for his spot in the NHL after spending a year playing Canadian college hockey – typ

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NHL Chicago Blackhawks Dallas Stars Detroit Red Wings Edmonton Oilers Ottawa Senators Vegas Golden Knights Jamie Benn Mavrik Bourque Leo Carlsson Alex DeBrincat Jack Eichel Nicolas Hague Adin Hill Dylan Larkin Connor McDavid Shane Pinto Logan Stankoven Mark Stone Logan Thompson
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