The Vegas Golden Knights just finished up a what felt like a very long road-trip. After heading to take on some of the tougher teams in the league, the Knights were able to walk away with a record of .500.
The Vegas Golden Knights, who started the stretch of road games with a record of 1-4, are now with a record of 6-6. Now, I know you guys are probably thinking “Hey, didn’t the Vegas Golden Knights play at home against the Anaheim Ducks?”, yes they did. However, they still had a long stretch of road games before and after that. So we’re just going to throw that one into the mix as well.
The Vegas Golden Knights have officially finished their time on the road for the time being. After going into the road trip with a record of 1-4 and walking away with a record of 6-6, it’s time to reflect on the things they did-The good and the bad.
The Vegas Golden Knights have struggled this season, and it’s common to just overlook all the good because of all the bad. There’s no debate on this end for that, it’s actually quite understandable. But it’s going to make for an incredibly long season when all you do is look for the bad. So let’s take a look at all the good and the bad.