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Home remains sweet for Golden Knights

What you need to know to start your NHL day

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What happens in Vegas … is winning.

The Vegas Golden Knights defeated the Los Angeles Kings 4-2 at T-Mobile Arena on Sunday for their seventh straight win at home.

The Golden Knights, who are 8-1-0 at home this season, became the second team in NHL history to win seven consecutive home games at any point in its inaugural season, according to the Elias Sports Bureau.

The Toronto Arenas won eight in a row at home from Dec. 21, 1917 to Feb. 11, 1918.

The Golden Knights (12-6-1, 25 points) got two goals from William Karlsson to move to within one point for the Kings (12-7-2) for first place in the Pacific Division.

 

Save me!

Anaheim Ducks goalie John Gibson made 50 saves (not a typo, it was 50), including a number of show stoppers, in a 3-2 win against the Florida Panthers.

 

Wheeler dealin'

The Winnipeg Jets are off to a flying start and their captain Blake Wheeler is a big reason why. Check out his eye-popping stats since earning the 'C' on his jersey.

 

Ducks dynamic duo

Longtime teammates Paul Kariya and Teemu Selanne were inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame together last week. On Sunday, the Ducks honored the pair and the fans at Honda Center couldn't have been happier.

 

King-sized slide

New York Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist made 20 saves, including a beautiful sliding stop going across the crease, to preserve a shutout in a 3-0 win against the Ottawa Senators at Madison Square Garden.

 

Celebrate good times

If you are going to score a goal as impressive as this one, you'd better celebrate it right. That was not an issue for Jets goalie prospect Mikhail Berdin.

 

A quick look back

The NHL season is about a quarter of the way through and a lot has happened on and off the ice. Our Short Shifts team looks at some of our favorite stories of the past few months.

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