The Vegas Golden Knights had their most productive offensive two-game stretch of the season from March 17-18 during back-to-back wins. Vegas scored six times in a 6-3 win against the Edmonton Oilers on Sunday before hitting the net seven times for a 7-3 victory in San Jose. Below is a statistical look the back-to-back wins.
3: Vegas scored a season-high three power-play goals Monday night in San Jose.
4: Reilly Smith collected four points (1G, 3A) against the Sharks on Monday night for the first four-point game of his career. Jonathan Marchessault also notched four points (2G, 2A) Monday night. Marchessault collected four goals in the two games.
6: Six of Vegas' 13 goals in the last two games came during the third period of those games.
7: Vegas had seven different players record two-or-more points in the last two games
13: The Golden Knights notched 13 goals in 120 minutes of action. This was the second instance of 13-or-more goals in consecutive games for Vegas. After scoring six against San Jose on Nov. 24, the Golden Knights scored eight goals in Chicago on Nov. 27.
16: Sixteen different Golden Knights posted at least one point in the back-to-back contests.
16: The Marchessault-Karlsson-Smith line combined for 16 points (6G, 10A) in two games.
52: Malcolm Subban made 52 saves on 58 shots to lead Vegas to consecutive wins.