The Vegas Knights were able to walk away with the win in the first game of the season. Now it’s time to take on another pacific division rival, the Los Angeles Kings.
The Vegas Golden Knights were able to please their fan-base at home to start the season. After a win to the newly formed, Seattle Kraken, the Knights get to start the season 1-0-0. Now it’s time for them to hit the road for their second game. The Knights who are looking to start the season 2-0-0, they will hit the road to take on pacific division rival, the Los Angeles Kings.
The Knights, although they will be on the road, do have the advantage over the Kings. The Kings will be playing in their first game of the season tomorrow, but the Knights already got their momentum going after getting the win against Seattle. So what will it look like tonight on the ice?
Projected Lines for tonight:
M. Pacioretty-C. Stephenson-M. Stone
J. Marchessault-W. Karlsson-R. Smith
P. Krebs-N. Patrick-E. Dadonov
J. Rondbjerg-K. Kolesar-D. Coghlan
A. Martinez-A. Pietrangelo
B. McNabb-S. Theodore
N. Hague-Z. Whitecloud
The Vegas Knights made a transaction yesterday morning that sent Jack Dugan and Pavel Dorofeyev down. Although Dorofeyev did get the technical start on the fourth line, neither him or Dugan saw much time on the ice against the Kraken. In response to sending them down to the AHL, they called up center, Jake Leschyshyn and left wing, Jonas Rondbjerg.
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Around the League
Tomorrow is going to be a big day for all hockey fans. The matchups tomorrow include:
Vegas Golden Knights vs Los Angeles Kings
Date: October 14th, 2021
Where: Staples Center
Radio: Fox Sports 1340 AM, KRLV 98.9 FM
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