Glendale, Ariz. – Brandon Pierre had the end of December to remember the Golden Knights for Vegas.
The attacker scored a goal and helped defeat the “Golden Knights” with a score of 5: 1 over the Arizona coyotes on Sunday evening and received five goals for seven points in six games in which he played for Vegas this season.
Pierre was unable to register a point in only one of these games. He has been standing since December 20th.
“It's a lot of fun here because everyone contributes,” said Pirri. "Everything goes well. I always believed in myself, and I get the opportunity. When you have the opportunity, you must reward the people who put you in this place, and at the same time I must reward myself. invest a lot of work. "
Paul Stastny also had a goal and an assist, and Marc-Andre Fleury stopped 29 shots for Vegas. Raleigh Smith, Cody Ikin and Ryan Carpenter also won to help Vegas win the third series in a row and increase their points to six games.
Golden Knights won five of six games against Arizona since Vegas entered the NHL last season.
“We played hard, we played fast. We coped well with forchk, we coped well with the puck and did not make a lot of mistakes, ”said forward Jonathan Marshesso.
A large number of Golden Knight fans made a lot of noise for the guest team in the last episode of fledgling rivalry and saw how their team took control of three goals in the third period.
The third was a goal with short hands from Carpenter, his second goal of the season.
As soon as the first power game of the Golden Knights was over, Pirri bounced off the net and threw the puck back to the crease where Stagny was waiting to score it at 3:35 of the first.
Nick Schmalz from Arizona seems to have been tied with a score of 1 at 8:54 left in the second period, but the goal was revised at the call of the coaches and turned upside down.
Vegas made 2-0 with a three to eight to play in the second. Brad Hunt tilted the loose puck in front of him, and Smith first did it to shoot past Darcy Kümper.
Kuemper finished with 33 saved.
Coyotes took advantage of a powerful 5 for 3 game with two Golden Knights in the box to get a single goal at 2:58 seconds. Alex Galchenyuk scored a goal, and Oliver Ekman-Larsson received help.
Ekman-Larsson scored 312 career points, surpassing Keith Yand for most points in franchise history for a defender.
Galchenyuk ran his series of points to five games in which he counted seven points.
Iakin threw the puck over the goal line at 4:21 of the third for his 12th goal of the season, and Pyrri scored a lead in less than three minutes.
“I liked the way we played all night, not just the third period,” said Veraz coach Gerard Gallant.
Arizona began the third period in the power game – one of six overnight – but could not produce and fell behind.
Frustrated Coyotes coach Rick Tokshe called his team’s efforts a blast less than 24 hours after Arizona won an overtime victory in Anaheim.
“Just very casually with many key guys,” said Tokshe. “I just saw the team going south from us.” You want to be a good NHL hockey team or player, you have to be consistent … So maybe we have some players who just can't do it regularly and we will need to find players who will. "
NOTES: Coyotes F. Brad Richardson missed his third game in a row with the disease. … D Kevin Connaughton was shocked in the first period and left the ice, but returned to shift in the last seconds of the period and remained in the game. … Vegas F Valentin Zykov, who had just declared a refusal on Saturday, was scratched. Just like Tomas Nosek, who missed his first game on December 20. … Alex Tukh was fined for checking his head when he hit Nick Cousin of Arizona in the shoulder, which resulted in Coyote’s power goal second.
Vegas: Los Angeles hosts Tuesday night.
Arizona: Edmonton Hosts Wednesday Night