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By The Numbers: Vegas Finding Groove Under DeBoer

By The Numbers is presented by Bridgestone

by Gordon Weigers @GoldenKnights /

On Jan. 15, the Golden Knights went through their first coaching change in franchise history as Pete DeBoer became the second head coach Vegas has even known.

Since taking over the Vegas bench, DeBoer has guided the Golden Knights to a 4-2-1 record to keep pace in the ever-tightening Pacific Division. As different players have stepped up for the good of the team during the transition, dive into the numbers they've put up in the last seven games.

0- DeBoer has been the coach of the Golden Knights for seven games but is yet to coach a game at home for Vegas.

4- Vegas has collected four wins in seven games under their new coach.

5- The Golden Knights scored the first goal of the game in five of their last seven outings.

8- The team has a +8-goal differential in the last seven games.

9- The Golden Knights have picked up nine of a possible 16 points since DeBoer was hired.

10- Mark Stone leads all Golden Knights skaters with 10 points (4G, 6A) since Jan. 15.

12- Vegas has 12 players who have a positive plus-minus rating in the last seven games.

13- The Golden Knights have scored 13 third-period goals since Jan.

15- The team ranks second in the NHL in that category.

17- There are 17 skaters who have registered at least one point for the Golden Knights in the last seven games.

35.7- The Golden Knights are averaging a league-best 35.7 shots-per-game since DeBoer was hired.

76- When Vegas earned a 3-0 victory against Nashville on Feb. 1, it marked the first shutout for the VGK in 76 days.

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