The Vegas Golden Knights are heading back out on the road after six straight home games. After a rough start to the season, the Knights are making their way back into the playoff picture. Now, that statement may be a little premature but the point still stands.
The Vegas Golden Knights started the season with a record of 1-4 before starting to turn their season around. After that rough start, the Vegas Golden Knights are now 11-7. I know that record still doesn’t seem great however, since their first five games of the season, they are 10-3. Which is very impressive given how depleted their roster really is.
The Vegas Golden Knights will be looking to take on Western Conference rival, the St. Louis Blues. The Blues have been very up and down this season, but regardless, the Knights will be looking to tag a win onto their record.
The Knights are looking to continue defying the odds while on the road. So far they’ve had quite a bit of success while traveling, but that could easily change. The St. Louis Blues have a very talented roster that has underperformed in multiple games. However, when they are on, they can be dangerous.
No matter what, the Knights will look to go out there and compete and walk away with the win. Obviously, the Knights have proven that they have what it takes to record wins, but they have to continue playing the way they have.
So with that considered, the Vegas Golden Knights also have to worry about their potential returns that they could see tonight. With Shea Theodore, and Max Pacioretty skating again, where does their timetable look like? Well, with all of that considered, here is what I think they will look like.
Evgenii Dadonov-Chandler Stephenson-Mark Stone
Mattias Janmark-Nicolas Roy-Reilly Smith
Ben Jones-Jake Leschyshyn-Keegan Kolesar
Paul Cotter-Brett Howden-Jonas Rondjberg
Nicolas Hague-Alex Pietrangelo
Shea Theodore-Zach Whitecloud
Brayden McNabb-Dylan Coghlan
The Vegas Golden Knights are a very talented team that are incredibly depleted by injuries. However, they are still finding ways to win somehow-someway. The Knights are now going to continue their incredible stretch with a win tonight against the St. Louis Blues.
So with that being said, let’s get into the actual information you are going to need to know.
Vegas Golden Knights vs St. Louis Blues
Date: November 22nd, 2021
Time: 7:00 CNT
Where: Enterprise Center
Radio: KKGK 98.9 FM or 1340 AM
How to Watch: ESPN+
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