The Vegas Golden Knights just completed a long stretch of road games and now it’s time to get back to the fortress. After starting their stretch of road games with a record of 1-4, the Knights are now sitting at 6-6.
Obviously, that isn’t exactly what we want as Vegas Golden Knight fans but, it’s better than what could’ve been. The Knights could definitely be hurting right now and in a rush to get back into playoff contention, but they aren’t. It’s also easy to overreact because things seem worse than they are.
With the Vegas Golden Knights injury report consisting of some of their best players, things do seem a little bleak. However, it’s not as bad as you think.
The Vegas Golden Knights just went on a stretch of road games and where they not only walked away showing a lot of promise, but they are now showing signs of the team we thought of them to be prior to the season. If that is the case and they can get wins while missing a big part of their offense, the NHL better be on high alert for when they get healthy.
The Vegas Golden Knights are heading back to The Fortress in order to take on the Seattle Kraken for the second time this season. The Knights were able to secure a win in game one, but how will they fare in game two?
The Vegas Golden Knights are currently 5-2 in their last seven games. Which, obviously it would be nice to eliminate the loses they took while on the road, but they can’t. So now it’s time to continue to move forward and continue to get wins.
After having to deal with a lot of adversity to start the season, the Vegas Golden Knights look as though they are finally starting to solidify their lines. So with that being said, let’s take a look at what the lines could look like tonight against the Seattle Kraken.
Jonathan Marchessault-Nicolas Roy-Reilly Smith
William Carrier-Chandler Stephenson-Evgenii Dadonov
Keegan Kolesar-Michael Amadio-Mattias Janmark
Brett Howden-Jake Leschyshyn-Jonas Rondbjerg
Nicolas Hague-Alex Pietrangelo
Alec Martinez-Shea Theodore
Brayden McNabb-Dylan Coghlan
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So before we get further into the Seattle Kraken vs Vegas Golden Knights game, there are also some more matchups that should be talked about tonight.
Seattle Kraken vs Vegas Golden Knights
As you can see, there are a lot of games on tonight for all the hockey fans out there to watch. But, I know you guys are here to read about the Vegas Golden Knights so without further a due, let’s get into it.
So before we really get started, we do have a message from our friends over at the Kraken Chronicle about their thoughts prior to the game.
"The Kraken have improved offensively but still have to tighten up the defense. Vegas is missing a few key players offensively, but should still be taken seriously as a strong divisional opponent. The Kraken are allowing the fewest shots against in the NHL, a trend they should look to continue when playing against the Vegas Golden Knights. Testing Vegas offensively with consistent zone time and shots against should be the priority for Seattle’s success in this new rivalry.-Jonathan Amatulli of the Kraken Chronicle"
Date: November 9th, 2021
Time: 9:00 PM CNT
Where: T-Mobile Arena
Radio: KKGK 98.9 FM or 1340 AM
How to Watch: ESPN+
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