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Subban activated by Golden Knights

Goaltender has been sidelined since Oct. 21

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Goaltender Malcolm Subban was activated off injured reserve by the Vegas Golden Knights on Friday.

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Golden Knights score three in third to defeat Canucks

Four players have goal, assist each for Vegas

by Kevin Woodley / NHL.com Correspondent

VANCOUVER -- Rookie goalie Maxime Lagace got help from his Vegas Golden Knights teammates to bounce back from a lopsided loss with a 5-2 win against Vancouver Canucks at Rogers Arena on Thursday.

Lagace made 19 saves two days after giving up seven goals on 29 shots in an 8-2 defeat to the Edmonton Oilers on Tuesday.

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Golden Knights at Canucks preview

Lagace to start for Vegas after leaving previous game with lower-body soreness; Markstrom in goal for Vancouver

by Kevin Woodley / NHL.com Correspondent

GOLDEN KNIGHTS (10-6-1) at CANUCKS (9-7-2)

10 p.m. ET; ATTSN-RM, SNP, NHL.TV

 

The Game 

Goalie Maxime Lagace will start for the Vegas Golden Knights against the Vancouver Canucks at Rogers Arena on Thursday.

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Subban debuts new mask after returning to Golden Knights practice

Vegas goalie, who has not played since Oct. 21, spruces up helmet with city landmarks

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Malcolm Subban debuted a new mask in his return to practice Wednesday.

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Oilers score eight in win against Golden Knights

McDavid, Nugent-Hopkins each gets two goals for Edmonton

by Derek Van Diest / NHL.com Correspondent

EDMONTON -- Connor McDavid and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins each scored two goals for the Edmonton Oilers in an 8-2 win against the Vegas Golden Knights at Rogers Place on Tuesday.

Oscar Klefbom, Patrick Maroon, Matt Benning and Mark Letestu also scored for Edmonton (7-9-2) in its biggest offensive output of the season. Cam Talbot made 22 saves.

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Golden Knights at Oilers preview

Vegas visits Edmonton looking to equal NHL record for fastest 11 victories from start of inaugural season

by Derek Van Diest / NHL.com

GOLDEN KNIGHTS (10-5-1) at OILERS (6-9-2)

9 p.m. ET; SNW, ATTSN-RM, NHL.TV

 

The Game  

The Vegas Golden Knights can equal the NHL record for the fastest 11 wins from the start of an inaugural season with a victory against the Edmonton Oilers at Rogers Place on Tuesday.

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Facts and Figures: Back-to-backs are nightmare for Penguins

Pittsburgh yet to win when playing on second of consecutive nights

by John Kreiser @jkreiser7713 / NHL.com Managing Editor

The Pittsburgh Penguins are 3-2-1 when playing the first of back-to-back games this season. 

The second game is another story.

Pittsburgh has played six sets of back to backs this season and has lost the second game in all six. They Penguins lost the first four in regulation but have earned a point in each of the past two, including a 5-4 shootout loss at the Nashville Predators on Saturday.

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Karlsson, Perron boost Golden Knights past Jets

Forwards combine for three goals, lift Vegas to seventh victory in eight home games

by Danny Webster / NHL.com Correspondent

LAS VEGAS -- William Karlsson scored two goals to help the Vegas Golden Knights to a 5-2 win against the Winnipeg Jets at T-Mobile Arena on Friday.

David Perron and Luca Sbisa each had a goal and an assist, Reilly Smith and Deryk Engelland each had two assists, and James Neal scored for Vegas (10-5-1), which has won seven of eight home games, including six in a row. Maxime Lagace made 27 saves for his second win.

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Jets at Golden Knights preview

Winnipeg aims to tie franchise record point streak; Lagace expected to start sixth straight for Vegas

by Danny Webster / NHL.com Correspondent

JETS (8-3-3) at GOLDEN KNIGHTS (9-5-1)

10:30 p.m. ET; ATTSN-RM, TSN3, NHL.TV

 

The Game

The Winnipeg Jets will attempt to extend their point streak to nine games and tie the longest run in franchise history when they visit the Vegas Golden Knights at T-Mobile Arena on Friday.

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Shipachyov retires from NHL, can return to play in Russia

Center played three games for Golden Knights after signing two-year contract on May 4

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Center Vadim Shipachyov has voluntarily retired from the NHL, Vegas Golden Knights general manager George McPhee said Thursday.

Shipachyov, 30, who signed a two-year, $9 million contract with Vegas on May 4, is eligible to play in the Kontinental Hockey League immediately, McPhee said. The Golden Knights will recoup the prorated amount of his $2 million signing bonus.

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