Golden Knights beat Jets to knot up series

Golden Knights beat Jets to knot up series

Golden Knights beat Jets to knot up series

The best-of-seven series is now tied 1-1 with Games 3 and 4 scheduled for Las Vegas on Wednesday and Friday.

Every Vegas blueliner was a plus-one.

But games are often won at this time of year through the execution of small details like the extra save or the big play.

Then, the tide turned a bit.

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Monday night's 3-1 road win looked like a carbon copy of Nashville's last two. They did, but it wasn't exactly pretty. "We rebounded after that and got that 2-0 lead and it was a different game".

Vegas weathered another early storm in Game 2, but steadied things to grab a 2-0 lead before responding with Marchessault's second of the night just 88 seconds after the Jets got to within one midway through the third period. Tomas Nosek could start ahead of Ryan Reaves on the fourth line, while trade deadline acquistion Tomas Tatar could see his first action since Game 4 of the Sharks' series. There was an early Nikolaj Ehlers shot off the crossbar - his goal drought now stands at a career-worst 16 games - and a Mark Scheifele solo effort that squeaked through Fleury's pads but didn't have enough steam to reach the goal-line.

Erik Haula almost put the Knights up 3-0 seconds later, but he hit the post on another break before the puck bounced off Hellebuyck's back and just went wide as Vegas outshot Winnipeg 8-0 in the second half of the period until Brandon Tanev's 70-foot wrister with five seconds left. But Fleury was at his best and snuffed out any comeback attempt. "They didn't make it easy". The whiteout crowd was silenced in the first period though, as the Vegas Knights put two pucks into the net in the first period (and two more past Connor Hellebuyck that rang iron).

A triple Stanley Cup victor with the Pittsburgh Penguins, it was always going to take more than chants of "Fleurrrry, Fleurrrry" no matter how loud to rattle the ice cool French-Canadian.

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"He's a good player; he finds those soft areas unbelievably well, and he goes to the net hard", Smith said. "I think we showed the hockey world that we earned the right to be here".

"We didn't do anything clean, we didn't do anything quickly", Jets head coach Paul Maurice said.

Every time the Jets got in close, Vegas threw everything they had in the way of shots. They peppered Hellebuyck with 13 shots, six alone from standout forward Jon Marchessault. It was an endless display of taking away unsafe ice and the result was taking the Jets and their fans out of the game. However, Winnipeg has scored 48 goals so far, one ahead of the Washington Capitals. There wasn't a whole lot either way, a playoff type game. There's certainly value in the Jets and the plus money, but I've been backing the Golden Knights all season and it's paid off. Winnipeg mustered up only eight shots on goal over that stretch and none truly challenged Fleury.

That whipped the white-clad fans into a frenzy, triggering jeers of "Fleu-ry!" The Golden Knights now have home ice advantage in the series after stealing tonight's game on the road. They withstood the initial push, got their lead, and did what they had to do to keep the game, and the crowd, under control for as long as they could.

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The Nashville Predators knew they had to tweak their identity and figured out, perhaps too late, they couldn't go play fire-wagon hockey with the Jets. When asked if Perron will play in Game 3, Gallant said: "I'm sure he will".

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