In the decisive rematch, the Vegas Golden Knights took revenge on the Washington Capitals, defeating them 4-1. This win comes after their season-opening loss to the Capitals in Washington D.C. Jonathan Marchessault was the star of the night for the Golden Knights, scoring twice and showing his offensive prowess.
Jack Eichel also contributed significantly, dishing out two assists to secure the victory. As Jack Eichel aptly said, "The structure of the team has been clear all year and that's helped us get good results. We haven't given up on what's good.
It's helped us get some overtime wins when things weren't going our way. , and lately we've been settling things a lot earlier. We're a team that has a hard time letting go of a lead once it's taken." Vegas coach Bruce Cassidy echoed this sentiment, noting Eichel's key role in leading the team to success.
"Eichel is the driver of this team," Cassidy confirmed. With this victory, the Golden Knights consolidated their position at the top of the Western standings, maintaining a three-point lead over the Vancouver Canucks. They will look to continue their winning streak as they face St.
Louis on Tuesday. Louis Blues.
Many interesting encounters in this NHL round
In other NHL news, the Dallas Stars dominated the Tampa Bay Lightning with an impressive 8-1 victory, while the Winnipeg Jets beat the Chicago Blackhawks 3-1.
The Nashville Predators fell to the New York Rangers in a close game 3-4. The Florida Panthers and New York Islanders faced off in an exciting matchup, with the Islanders emerging victorious with a score of 3-4. The Toronto Maple Leafs and Boston Bruins battled back and forth, splitting the series with a 3-4 win and a 3-3 tie.
The Montreal Canadiens and Detroit Red Wings experienced a similar outcome, with each team winning 4-5 and 4-4. The Ottawa Senators defeated the Seattle Kraken 2-0, while the Pittsburgh Penguins and Philadelphia Flyers played to a 3-3 draw, and the Flyers secured an extra point in a penalty shootout.
The Carolina Hurricanes defeated the Buffalo Sabers 6-2, and the Arizona Coyotes surprised the St. Louis Blues with a 4-1 win. Finally, the Calgary Flames narrowly defeated the Vancouver Canucks 3-4.