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Marc-Andre Fleury Activated From Injured Reserve

The Golden Knights' goalie last played on October 13.

by Vegas Golden Knights @GoldenKnights / VegasGoldenKnights.com

VEGAS (December 10, 2017) - Vegas Golden Knights General Manager George McPhee announced today, December 10, the following roster transactions: the team has activated goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury from the injured reserve list and has assigned goaltender Maxime Lagace to the American Hockey League's Chicago Wolves.

Fleury missed 25 games after being place on the injured reserve list on October 14. Prior to the injury, he made four starts in net for the Golden Knights and compiled a 3-1 record to go with a 2.48 goals-against average and a .925 save percentage. The Sorel, Quebec native will be made available to media following practice on Monday, December 11. 

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Golden Knights 5, Stars 3: 3 Takeaways

Maxime Lagace backstopped Vegas, which clinched a season-series victory over Dallas

by Dan Marrazza @GoldenKnights / VegasGoldenKnights.com

Over the past week, the Golden Knights have been involved in games that have had nonstop drama.

Starting with last Sunday's overtime win against the Arizona Coyotes, the Golden Knights entered Saturday having won three straight games, the two most recent in a shootout.

Although it didn't quite require the drama of the past three wins, the Golden Knights extended their winning streak to four by defeating the Dallas Stars, 5-3, at American Airlines Center.

The Golden Knights are now 19-9-1, with 39 points.

Here are three immediate takeaways from tonight's game.

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Golden Knights At Stars: 3 Keys To The Game

Tonight's game starts at 5:00 PM (PT). It can be seen on AT&T SportsNet. This is Cox channels 313 (SD) and 1313 (HD), DIRECTV channel 684, U-verse channels 757 (SD) and 1757 (HD), and CenturyLink channels 760 (SD) and 1760 (HD).

by Dan Marrazza @GoldenKnights / VegasGoldenKnights.com

Just under two weeks ago, the Golden Knights were on a winning streak. Kind of like the three-game winning streak they're on now, although the amount of games in a row they had won in late November was actually five.

Riding the wave of that winning streak, the Golden Knights met the Dallas Stars and lost 3-0.

Now, Vegas faces Dallas for the final time this season, with each team having won one game.

Tonight's game is at 5:00 PM. It can be seen on AT&T SportsNet.

This is Cox channels 313 (SD) and 1313 (HD), DIRECTV channel 684, U-verse channels 757 (SD) and 1757 (HD), and CenturyLink channels 760 (SD) and 1760 (HD).

Dave Goucher and Shane Hnidy will have all the action.

Dan D'Uva will be calling the game on FOX Sports Radio. This is 98.9 FM and 1340 AM.

Here are three keys to tonight's game

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Golden Knights 4, Predators 3 (SO): 3 Takeaways

Golden Knights tie game in final minute, win on Reilly Smith's shootout goal.

by Dan Marrazza @GoldenKnights / VegasGoldenKnights.com

It had all the makings of another loss for the Golden Knights.

Although it turned out to be another win.

After Nashville's Nick Bonino scored to put the Predators ahead with just over five minutes to play, Vegas rallied to tie the game with its goalie pulled when Erik Haula scored with 40 seconds remaining in the third period.

The Golden Knights then completed the comeback when Reilly Smith scored in the sixth shootout round, completing a thrilling victory for Vegas.

The Golden Knights are now 18-9-1.

Here are three immediate takeaways from tonight's game.

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Fathers Trip Holds Special Importance To Smith Family

Reilly Smith's father, Lester, is with the Golden Knights this weekend.

by Gary Lawless @GoldenKnights / VegasGoldenKnights.com

NASHVILLE - Lester Smith couldn't help but think about his dad on Friday as he watched his son skating in a Vegas Golden Knights jersey.

"Reilly's grandfather would of definitely be here instead of me if was still with us," said Lester. "Or would have said to Reilly, 'pay a little extra so your dad could come too.' He always thought Reilly was the best player on the ice, no matter who he was with. This is just the way my dad thought it would always be. Reilly is an extension of his grandfather every time he hits the ice. It's special. He would have loved this."

There's a bond between parents and kids which develops around hockey. Dad or mom pays the registration fee for that first skating lesson or hockey season. They drive the car to practice. They tape the sticks and they tie the skates. The photograph the smiles and dry the tears. Sometimes there isn't enough mom or dad to go around, a relative steps in to share the load. 

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Malcolm Subban Speaks About Facing Brother For First Time

The Golden Knights goalie will face PK Subban for the first time, with their father in attendance.

by Dan Marrazza @GoldenKnights / VegasGoldenKnights.com

Malcolm Subban was always behind.

Four years younger than his older brother, the inimitable P.K., the Golden Knights goalie was always behind.

In school, he was behind. In athletics, he was behind. From their childhoods in Toronto to adulthood as professional hockey players, P.K. Subban was always leading the way for the family, while Malcolm was behind

RELATED: P.K. Subban speaks about facing Malcolm

Even as P.K. roared onto the NHL scene as a 21-year-old in 2010, Malcolm was a few steps behind.

He's no longer behind.

When Malcolm Subban was drafted in the first round by the Boston Bruins in 2012, P.K. Subban has already played for the Montreal Canadiens for two years. By the time Malcolm Subban was claimed off waivers by the Golden Knights from Boston this October, P.K. Subban had played 500 games in the league.

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David Perron Activated From Injured Reserve

The winger has been out since November 24. He has six goals and 13 assists in 21 games this season.

by Vegas Golden Knights @GoldenKnights / VegasGoldenKnights.com

VEGAS (December 8, 2017) - Vegas Golden Knights General Manager George McPhee announced today, December 8, the following roster transaction: the team has activated forward David Perron from the injured reserve list. He is expected to be available for the Golden Knights as they face the Nashville Predators tonight at 5 p.m. PT.

Perron has missed the last six games dating back to November 25. Prior to his injury, he had appeared in 21 games for the Golden Knights and recorded 19 points (6 G, 13 A) to go with 18 penalty minutes. From November 4-16, he recorded an assist in a career-high six consecutive games. The Golden Knights selected the Sherbrooke, Quebec native in the 2017 Expansion Draft on June 21 from the St. Louis Blues.

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Hat Trick Ticket Packages Now On Sale

Starting at $40, the package offers one ticket, one hot dog and one bottled water or soda for December 17's game vs. Florida.

by Vegas Golden Knights @GoldenKnights / VegasGoldenKnights.com

VEGAS (December 8, 2017) - Vegas Golden Knights president Kerry Bubolz announced today, December 8, Hat Trick ticket packages for select Golden Knights home games in the 2017-18 season.

The packages, which include a game ticket, a hot dog and one bottled water or soda, start at $40 and have no additional ticket fees. Fans will be able to customize the packs by purchasing up to eight tickets per package.

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Golden Knights At Predators: 3 Keys To The Game

Tonight's game features Malcolm vs. PK Subban and starts at 5:00 PM (PT). It can be seen on AT&T SportsNet. This is Cox channels 313 (SD) and 1313 (HD), DIRECTV channel 684, U-verse channels 757 (SD) and 1757 (HD), and CenturyLink channels 760 (SD) and 1760 (HD).

by Dan Marrazza @GoldenKnights / VegasGoldenKnights.com

Although the NHL season is only two months old, the Golden Knights have faced most of their foes in the Western Conference.

Entering today, Vegas has yet to face only the Nashville Predators and Calgary Flames.

Today, the Golden Knights meet a Predators team for the first time that has been roaring through its schedule the past month, posting a league best 13-3-2 record since the beginning of November. This gives Nashville an overall record of 18-7-3, good for third best in the Western Conference.

This is, however, only four more points than the Golden Knights, with Vegas having played one fewer game.

Tonight's game is at 5:00 PM. It can be seen on AT&T SportsNet.

This is Cox channels 313 (SD) and 1313 (HD), DIRECTV channel 684, U-verse channels 757 (SD) and 1757 (HD), and CenturyLink channels 760 (SD) and 1760 (HD).

Dave Goucher and Shane Hnidy will have all the action.

Dan D'Uva will be calling the game on FOX Sports Radio. This is 98.9 FM and 1340 AM.

Here are three keys to tonight's game

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Golden Knights 4, Ducks 3 (SO): 3 Takeaways

Alex Tuch scored the game-deciding goal in Vegas' first-ever shootout victory.

by Dan Marrazza @GoldenKnights / VegasGoldenKnights.com

With five minutes left in the third period, it didn't look good for the Golden Knights.

After three straight Ducks goals in the second period erased a 2-0 Vegas lead, the Golden Knights were five minutes from losing.

Vegas' passes seemed off, it wasn't getting enough chances and it just seemed that Ducks goalie John Gibson wouldn't be beaten again.

But then things changed.

First, Erik Haula tied the game with 4:22 remaining. And then after a frantic penalty kill in overtime, Alex Tuch scored in the final round of the shootout to lift the Golden Knights to the victory.

It was the first Golden Knights shootout win in team history. Vegas is now 17-9-1.

Here are three immediate takeaways from tonight's game.

 

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