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Starting Five - Marchessault Scores in OT to Top Blues

Look back on a 6-5 thriller from T-Mobile Arena for the Golden Knights

by Gordon Weigers @GoldenKnights / VegasGoldenKnights.com

At the start of a four-game homestand, the Vegas Golden Knights outlasted the St. Louis Blues for a 6-5 overtime victory on Feb. 13 at T-Mobile Arena.

For the second time this season, Vegas and St. Louis went the distance at The Fortress, and it was an overtime goal for the home team that brought the house down.

Marchessault from Downtown
Jonathan Marchessault picked his spot to score this power play goal. Tip of the cap to Shea Theodore for making sure he had clean ice to shoot rom.

Video: STL@VGK: Marchessault one-times PPG from the slot

Tuch Ties it
After Vegas fell behind, 5-4, Alex Tuch got a stick on a long shot to tip it in and tie the game in the third period.

Video: STL@VGK: Tuch ties the game late with tip-in

Marchy Mania
"I wanted to hear the crowd," Marchessault said after this show-stopping goal and Hulk Hogan celebration. Rock on, brother.

Video: STL@VGK: Marchessault scores power-play goal in OT

Tweet from @GoldenKnights: ���I wanted to hear the crowd 😝��� - @JMarchessault18 pic.twitter.com/NsfMHbkljg

Hockey and Football
UNLV Football coach Marcus Arroyo gave it his all when he cranked the siren before puck drop to fire up the fans in his new city.

Tweet from @GoldenKnights: Things to do when you���re the new @unlvfootball coach:-Visit the Welcome to Las Vegas sign -Check out the sights around town-Fire up the crowd at a Vegas Golden Knights game Welcome to town @coacharroyo!!! pic.twitter.com/URmOn07dxV

Las Vegas Raiders owner Mark Davis and head coach Jon Gruden sat directly behind the opposition's net and celebrated the win with the hometown fans.

Tweet from @GoldenKnights: Oh hey neighbors 👋 @Raiders 🤗 pic.twitter.com/nOcg9TDG2I

Support for Jay Bouwmeester
Golden Knights fans and Blues fans alike filled a banner dedicated to St. Louis defenseman Jay Bouwmeester who suffered a cardiac episode in the team's previous game in Anaheim. The hockey community came together to send him well wishes.

Tweet from @GoldenKnights: At the end of the day, we���re all one big hockey family 💙💛 pic.twitter.com/u16rzrQMPu

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