The goal for any team during a pair of back-to-back games is to earn a pair of wins. When the Golden Knights skated into consecutive games against Calgary and Los Angeles, they did more than just pick up four points.
After their 6-2 win against the Flames on Oct. 12, the Golden Knights hit the coast for another contest with the Kings. Vegas was a goal shy of repeating Saturday's score on Sunday as the team scooped up a 5-2 win at Staples Center. There were jaw-dropping moments as well as some expert-level lip syncing in this one as we look back at the Starting Five from the fourth win of the season.
Fleury's Museum-Worthy Performance
Golden Knights fans are used to Marc-Andre Fleury putting on a show, but his succession of highlight-reel saves in the first period in L.A. was
Video: VGK@LAK: Fleury robs Kopitar, Carter with pad saves
Pacioretty Sings 'Danger Zone' by Kenny Loggins
Vegas has the best warmup music in the NHL, but the tracks were bumping at Staples Center on Oct. 13. Max Pacioretty was a fan. Sterling Archer would be too.
Stastny Goes Off For Four Points
Paul Stastny had one point heading into the game against Los Angeles. He boarded the flight bound for Vegas that night with five points on the year. The veteran center scored two power-play goals less than three minutes apart to go with a pair of assists for a high-scoring night.
Video: VGK@LAK: Stastny nets his second goal of the game
VGK Fans Show Up In Force
Golden Knights fans travel well to all 30 opposing buildings around the NHL, but rinks like Staples Center see more gold than the rest given L.A.'s proximity to Vegas. On Oct. 13, these fans made it feel like a home game.
Gary Lawless Overcomes Broken Glasses
VGK Insider Gary Lawless had a mishap with his glasses ahead of Sunday's game, but that didn't stop him from reporting on the game on FOX Sports 98.9/1340. A quick tape job and help from the training staff got Lawless ready to roll.