Vegas Knights vs Maple Leafs: Date, Time, How to Watch and More

William Carrier making a play for the Vegas Golden Knights. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
William Carrier making a play for the Vegas Golden Knights. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images) /

The Vegas Golden Knights were able to have a couple days off on this road trip that allowed them to get back home. Now they are back on the road and heading to take on the Toronto Maple Leafs.

The Vegas Golden Knights after losing four straight have done a terrific job at reinventing themselves. Thus far into the season their identity has been ruled by injuries. After losing three forwards in their top six, and two defenseman in their top four, it’ll be hard for any team to overcome. However, after a four game losing streak they finally started finding their rhythm again.

Right as the Knights started finding their rhythm, another injury has found it’s way to deplete their team. It was reported yesterday that William Karlsson will be out indefinitely with a lower-body injury. If there is any consolation to brighten up your day, then it’s possible that I may have that. Over the course of the last couple days star winger, Mark Stone, has been skating by himself and there are a lot of positive views. As for the injury report, Stone was not listed on it prior to the game. It hasn’t been confirmed by Pete DoBoer how close he is to returning, but things are looking up on that front.

So with that being said, it’s unlikely that Mark Stone returns tonight, but I’d assume there is hope for him returning while on this road span. So with them having a game tonight, I’d expect them to be without Stone. So let’s take a look at what the lines could look like tonight against the Toronto Maple Leafs.

Knights Potential Lineup against the Maple Leafs


Peyton Krebs-Chandler Stephenson-William Carrier

Jonathan Marchessault-Brett Howden-Reilly Smith

Keegan Kolesar-Nicolas Roy-Evgenii Dadonov

Michael Amadio-Jake Leschyshyn-Jonas Rondbjerg


Nicolas Hague-Alex Pietrangelo

Shea Theodore-Alec Martinez

Brayden McNabb-Daniil Miromanov


Robin Lehner

Laurent Brossoit

The Knights have won three straight games and are currently sitting at .500. With the win tonight, they could find themselves getting back in the hunt for sure. With William Karlsson out roughly six weeks, how much a factor that’ll play into the Knights tonight? I’m not sure. However, as an organization who’s as reputable as they are, they have to be prepared for all things that could go wrong. We’ll see how that translates to tonight’s game.

Vegas Golden Knights vs Toronto Maple Leafs

Date: November 2nd, 2021

Time: 6:00 PM CNT

Where: Scotiabank Arena

Radio: KKGK 98.9 FM, 1340 AM

Where to Watch: fuboTV or ESPN+

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