Vancouver Canucks faced a 5-4 defeat to Vegas Golden Knights

Vancouver Canucks faced a 5-4 defeat to Vegas Golden Knights

On Monday, Canucks faced a 4-5 defeat to the Knights despite fighting hard when Alex Pietrangelo scored the match-winning goal. Quinn Hughes looked as powerful as he has throughout the season. Pettersson scored, drove play, and made two saves setting him on a short rundown of the most potent two-way players in the NHL. Bo Horvat has 15 goals this season, and Canucks are 6-10-3 despite their last match’s loss.

For the second time this season, the Vancouver Canucks (6-9-3) figured out how to dominate sequential matches in the wake of following up the 5-4 triumph on Tuesday at Sabers with a 4-1 victory against the Kings on Friday at Rogers Field. Elias Pettersson (this year scored nine goals and 22 points) and Brock Boeser ( scored two goals and 11 points this season) both counted two times, which outshot 38-25, yet the Canucks squad managed both of its penalties and went 1-3, in the end improving to a 3-1-1 record in its previous five homegrown challenges. But last night, they faced an unexpected loss to the Knights.

The Controversial goal from the Vegas Golden Nights

It was a significant third period for the Vegas Golden Knights, and Vancouver Canucks, as the teams consolidated for four goals in a little more than three minutes. On Monday, Canucks squad transformed a one-goal deficiency into a two-goal lead to surrender two goals.

Yet, amid the disarray, the most unusual moment of the period was the point at which the go-on goals for the Knights were disallowed because of a deviant camera focal point falling onto the ice.

The occurrence happened when Oliver Ekman-Larsson, a defender of the Canucks, shot the puck trying to clear the guarded zo; however, instead hit a camera lens, sending the external defensive layer onto the ice. Mark Stone, Knight’s captain. Then, at that point, they scored in the third period making it 5-4 midway.

The Performance Stats

Ellias Petterson scored one out of four goals for the Cannucks, while Andrei Kuzmenko, Bo Horvat, and Luke Schenn contributed one goal each. Kuzmenko scored an assist along with two points. Brock Boeser, Curtis Lazar, Ilya Mikheyev, J.T Miller, and Riley Stillman scored one assist each for the Vancouver Canucks.

Alex Pietrangelo hit the game-winning goal for the Vegas Golden Knights. William Carrier was on fire against the canucks and scored two goals, while Mark Stone and Reilly Smith contributed one goal each and secured the Knight’s victory.

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