Vegas Golden Knights vs Los Angeles Kings: Domination Against Royalty

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The Vegas Golden Knights are coming off a dominating performance against the Los Angeles Kings. That win helped solidify them as a top team in the league, but more so than that, they showed that they are ready to win the Stanley Cup this year and nothing is going to get in their way.

The Vegas Golden Knights who are currently without their: head coach, top defenseman, their captain, starting goalie, multiple depth forwards, and finally their big trade piece of the season, are still finding ways to win against good teams. With them already being considered a dangerous team and not even fully healthy, it’s going to put some fear in some teams when they see VGK on the schedule very, very soon.

The Vegas Golden Knights are without some of their best players right now, but that’s not stopping them from getting after it and collecting wins. While the Knights let players recover and get healthy, players are stepping up in much needed ways.

The Vegas Golden Knights are getting after it and have officially claimed first in the pacific division. Although that looks good on paper, how they are playing is so much better.

The Vegas Golden Knights are coming off a 6-3 win against the Los Angeles Kings and things couldn’t have gone much better for the Knights. It was a game of pure joy and excitement. With nothing bad to say hardly at all.

Looking at the first quarter the Vegas Golden Knights were on it from the jump and they were not slowing down at all. Right out of the gate you could tell that this team was ready to go. However, they were apparently playing with motive.

Right before the game the broadcasting team said that the Vegas Golden Knights were not happy with the last time they played in the STAPLES center. Looking back to the second game of the season, you may remember the fact that the Knights lost 6-2. That loss didn’t sit well with the Vegas Golden Knights and that gave them some motive.

This time around the Vegas Golden Knights were without Mark Stone, Alex Pietrangelo, Brett Howden, Robin Lehner, Evgenii Dadonov, and head coach, Pete DeBoer. Even without all those players the Knights were able to get the 6-3 win.

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