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By The Numbers: Golden Knights Open Season With 7-4-0 Record

Vegas has found success all over the ice during strong start to 19-20

by Gordon Weigers @GoldenKnights /

The Vegas Golden Knights have marched out to a 7-4-0 record through their first 11 games of the season. Behind those wins are stats that have led to and been byproducts of the team's 14 points in the standings.

1: Mark Stone has been held without a point in just one game this season. He was kept off the scoresheet Oct. 10 in Arizona, but has registered four goals and four assists in seven games since.

7: Marc-Andre Fleury leads the NHL in wins with seven victories so far this season. Reilly Smith has scored seven goals early in the campaign to lead all Vegas skaters in that category.

14: Stone's 14 points (6G, 8A) are the most on the Golden Knights through 11 games and fifth-most in the NHL. Smith's 14 takeaways rank second in the league.

25: The Golden Knights power play has clicked at 25 percent. That total ranks ninth in the NHL.

34.9: Vegas is averaging 34.9 shots-per-game to rank fourth in the league.

90.9: Penalty killing has been a strong suit for the Golden Knights as their 90.9 PK percentage is tops in the NHL.

244:38: Shea Theodore has seen 244:38 of action this season. That total ranks 12th among all skaters in the league.

299: Fleury has stopped a league-high 299 shots.

313: The Golden Knights have been credited with 313 hits this season. That total ranks second in the NHL. Ryan Reaves leads the league with 51 hits while William Carrier ranks fourth with 40.

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