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Alex Tuch did not have a November to remember.

The Golden Knights forward battled injury and inconsistency throughout the month before ending on a high note in Friday’s 2-1 shootout victory over the Arizona Coyotes at T-Mobile Arena.

“Obviously, my productivity’s been low, but more than anything else, I just want this team to win,” Tuch said. “It’s something I’ve got to work on myself. But I’ve got to play good defense, a good team game, and just try to help the team win as much as possible and play the right way, and, hopefully, points start coming.”

Tuch was injured in the preseason and missed the first 13 games with an upper-body injury. He scored in his season debut against Montreal on Oct. 31, but was knocked out of the next game Nov. 2 after a high hit from Winnipeg’s Adam Lowry and sidelined for four games.

Tuch returned Nov. 13 against Chicago with an immaculate “Movember” mustache, but he struggled to develop chemistry on the third line with wing Cody Glass and either Paul Statsny or Cody Eakin at center.

In 11 games, the Tuch-Eakin-Glass trio registered 43.33 percent of the shot attempts at 5-on-5, the lowest percentage of the Knights’ four lines.

“Inconsistent. He had some real good games, then he tailed off a little bit,” coach Gerard Gallant said. “Again, it’s not easy when you get hurt and you’re chasing guys from behind and your conditioning is not quite with the other guy. But he’ll be fine.”

Tuch went seven straight games without a point until he broke through against the Coyotes. With a second-period power play winding down, Tuch moved to the front of the net and deflected defenseman Nic Hague’s wrist shot to put the Knights ahead.

He then scored the winning goal in the shootout with a silky move, going to his forehand to beat Coyotes goalie Darcy Kuemper.

Tuch has two goals and an assist in 11 games, and his 47.46 shot attempts percentage at 5-on-5 is one of the lowest among the team’s forwards.

But Gallant hopes Friday’s game will spark Tuch in December, starting with Monday’s game against the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden.

“When he skates and plays a bumping-and-grinding game and gets open, he’s a real effective player,” Gallant said. “He’s just got to do the simple thing. Tuchy thinks too much sometimes. Just go out and play and have fun. That’s when he plays his best hockey.”

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Knights fans have the chance to vote Marc-Andre Fleury, Mark Stone or William Karlsson onto the Pacific Division All-Star team.

The three are the Knights’ nominees for Pacific Division captain. Fans can vote until 8:59 p.m. Pacific time Dec. 20 at and the NHL app, and the top vote-getter in each division will be named captain. The league selects the remaining players.

NHL All-Star Weekend will be Jan. 24-25 in St. Louis. The All-Star skills competition will be Jan. 24, and the All-Star Game, which consists of a series of 3-on-3 games between the four divisions, will take place Jan. 25.

Fleury was the Knights’ lone All-Star last season. He and James Neal represented the team in 2018.

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NEW YORK (Dec. 16, 2019) – Vegas Golden Knights left wing Max Pacioretty , Ottawa Senators left wing Anthony Duclair and Buffalo Sabres center Jack Eichel have been named the NHL’s “Three Stars” for the week ending Dec 15.

Pacioretty led all skaters with 5-3-8 in four contests to help the Golden Knights (18-13-5, 41 points) win three of four contests to move into second place in the Pacific Division and one point back of the Arizona Coyotes (19-12-4, 42 points) for first. Pacioretty, who has scored a goal in each of his last four appearances, opened the week with one goal in a 5-1 win over the Chicago Blackhawks Dec. 10 and then scored another goal in a 4-2 loss to the St. Louis Blues Dec. 12. He then registered back-to-back multi-point performances with 1-1-2, including the overtime winner, in a 3-2 victory over the Dallas Stars Dec. 13 and a season-high four points (2-2-4) in a 6-3 triumph over the Vancouver Canucks Dec. 15. The 31-year-old New Canaan, Conn., native is in his second campaign with the Golden Knights and leads all Vegas skaters in goals (15), assists (19) and points (34) in 2019-20.

Duclair tied for the League lead with five goals, including a pair of multi-goal outings, totaling 5-1-6 across three games to help the Senators (14-17-2, 30 points) capture five of a possible six standings points. Duclair opened the week with 2-1-3 in a 5-2 victory over the Atlantic Division-leading Boston Bruins Dec. 9 and then was held without a point in a 3-2 overtime loss to the Montreal Canadiens Dec. 11. He closed the week by capping his third career hat trick with the overtime winner in a 4-3 win over the Columbus Blue Jackets Dec. 14. A 24-year-old native of Pointe-Claire, Que., Duclair leads all Senators skaters and ranks tied for ninth in the NHL with 18 goals this season (33 GP) – two shy of his career high set in 2015-16 (20 G in 81 GP). Since being acquired by Ottawa in a trade on Feb. 23, Duclair has registered 26-13-39 in 55 games – only nine players in the League have scored more regular-season goals over that timeframe.

Eichel recorded multiple points in each of his three appearances last week and tied for the League lead with five goals (5-1-6 in 3 GP) to help the Sabres (16-11-7, 39 points) gain five of a possible six standings points and move into second place in the Atlantic Division. Eichel opened the week with consecutive two-goal games, netting 2-0-2 including the game-winning tally in a 5-2 victory over the Western Conference-leading St. Louis Blues Dec. 10 and then another pair of goals in a 4-3 triumph over the Nashville Predators Dec. 12. He capped the week with 1-1-2 in a 3-2 overtime loss to the New York Islanders Dec. 14 to extend his point streak to 16 games (15-14-29 in 16 GP) – the longest by any player this season and longest by a Sabres skater since Tim Connolly in 2009-10 (16 GP). A 23-year-old native of North Chelmsford, Mass., Eichel ranks among the top ten this season in goals (2nd; 23), assists (9th; 25) and points (t-5th; 48).

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The Vegas Golden Knights (19-13-5) collected a 3-2 victory against the Minnesota Wild (16-14-5) on Tuesday night at T-Mobile Arena.

After Mats Zuccarello gave the Wild a 1-0 lead late in the first period, the Golden Knights battled back and took a 2-1 lead in the middle frame. Chandler Stephenson scored to level the score before Shea Theodore’s goal in the dying seconds sent Vegas into the second intermission with the one-goal edge. Tomas Nosek increased the home team’s lead to 3-1 near the midway mark of the third and, despite a late goal from Zach Parise, the Golden Knights came away with the 3-2 win.

When it looked like Vegas and Minnesota would head into the third period level at one, Theodore scored the late go-ahead goal to give the Golden Knights the momentum. Vegas controlled the pace in the final frame and held the lead through the final horn.

Mark Stone: Stone recorded two assists in the victory to hit 20 helpers on the year.

Chandler Stephenson: Stephenson’s third goal as a Golden Knight got the team on the board.

Tomas Nosek: Nosek’s goal came just after a successful penalty kill in the third period.


Vegas hits the road a trip to Vancouver and San Jose. The trip begins Thursday night with a game against the Canucks at 7 p.m. at Rogers Arena on AT&T SportsNet and FOX Sports 98.9/1340.

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Community is a contact sport for the Vegas Golden Knights and the team showed that Monday when players visited pediatric patients at Summerlin Hospital and University Medical Center.

The players spent time with kids of all ages battling different illnesses that are keeping them hospitalized through the holiday season. The team took photos, signed autographs and delivered VGK gift bags for the kids.

Taking a step back from hockey and spending time with kids is something that defenseman Nate Schmidt said is just as rewarding to him and his teammates as it is exciting for the children.

“It’s a fulfilling time of the year to be out in the community and be with the kids,” Schmidt said. “It was great to be around the kids and share that Christmas spirit.”

For kids who don’t have a lot to smile about while receiving treatment, a visit from their local NHL is a way to forget about what they’re dealing with on a day-to-day basis for a few minutes. That smile is what it’s all about for defenseman Brayden McNabb.

“If we can put a smile on a couple of kids faces and make their day, that’s amazing,” McNabb said. “It’s fun for us to come and be able to do this.”

The individual moments the players share with patients are memories that both parties hold with them long after their brief interaction is over. For Schmidt, seeing a kid open up about things that make them happy warms his heart because it takes the conversation away from what has the child in the hospital in the first place.

“The first kid we met, his name was Michael, he was really shy, and he didn’t really want to talk much. But then his nurse came in and he was a bit more comfortable and he told us all about what he wants for Christmas,” said Schmidt.

As the holiday season continues, Schmidt said he felt the essence of what the season is all about with each moment he shared with a kid going through tough times.

“You’re a part of that room for that amount of time and that’s all that matters,” said Schmidt. “They’re excited, we’re excited and that’s why they call it the Christmas spirit.”

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Two teams on two very different paths entered a division rematch on Thursday, but the team lower in the standings ended up coming away with two points as the Vancouver Canucks took home a 5-4 overtime victory against the Vegas Golden Knights at Rogers Arena.

The Canucks are still without a regulation victory against Vegas, however.

The loss snaps a three-game winning streak for the Golden Knights as well as a three-game skid for Vancouver.

It was a rough start for Vegas as the Canucks scored on their second and fourth shots of the night, taking an early 2-0 lead. However, Vegas got a rebound goal from Jonathan Marchessault to make it a 2-1 game with just over six minutes left in the first period.

All three members of the first line made a great play on this goal, as Reilly Smith intercepts the pass before passing it up the ice to William Karlsson, who was in ahead of Vancouver’s defense. Marchessault follows up the shot attempt and pounces on the rebound to get Vegas on the board.

However, Elias Pettersson put another goal past Marc-Andre Fleury to regain Vancouver’s two-goal lead through 20 minutes.

The Knights were able to draw even at three by the end of the second, however, thanks to another goal from the first line (this time from Smith).

Again, a great job from all three members of the first line, as Karlsson gets behind the net, finds an open Marchessault, who finds an open Smith for the score.

Vegas also got a goal from Nick Holden in the second, his fourth of the season, which ties him for the lead among Knights defensemen. That goal could be considered controversial, however, as Holden made a check on Josh Leivo that ended up knocking Leivo out of the game before Holden’s goal.

Pettersson scored again to make it a 4-3 game in favor of Vancouver. However, Mark Stone scored late in the third period to knot it up and force overtime.

Stone’s goal boils down to three players — Shea Theodore, Max Pacioretty and Stone. Theodore grabs a pass from Tyler Myers and takes it the other way, finding a way into the offensive zone before getting the puck on net. Pacioretty grabs the rebound and tosses it back to Theodore, who keeps it in the zone and then finds Pacioretty open on the other side of the zone. Pacioretty then finds Stone, who chips the puck over Jacob Markstrom’s shoulder.

Unfortunately for Vegas, Chris Tanev was able to convert on a high-danger chance in overtime, which sealed the win for the Canucks.

It was another undisciplined game for the Golden Knights. They took 14 of the game’s 20 penalty minutes and did not receive a power play until the final three minutes of regulation. The penalty kill did perform admirably, or as well as possible with five penalties to kill, allowing only six shots and two high-danger chances against in 10 minutes of shorthanded time.

The Golden Knights also committed too many turnovers, with five giveaways, including three from defensemen (Nate Schmidt’s leading directly to a goal). Plus, Vancouver was credited with seven takeaways.

Vegas was dominant in terms of possession at even strength until overtime. In regulation, the Golden Knights had a 64.29 percent Corsi, a 60.32 shot share and a 60.97 percent expected goal share, all excellent numbers.

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Unfortunately for Vegas, Markstrom did just enough to support the Canucks’ offense and keep Vancouver in the game, making 38 saves on 42 shots for a .905 save percentage.

Fleury wasn’t great, either, making just 29 saves on 34 shots, allowing 2.03 goals above expected (the Golden Knights’ defense allowed just 2.97 expected goals against), for an .853 save percentage. Vegas is now 2-9-2 in games where Fleury has had a save percentage below .900 this season.

Ultimately, however, it feels like the blame lies on the Knights’ discipline and inability to stop taking penalties, turning a 1-0 lead early on into a 2-0 lead in the first period. If the Knights could have given themselves fewer shorthanded minutes and more time at even strength, where they were dominant, maybe they would have gotten a better result.

Even so, the Knights are now tied with Arizona with 44 points in the standings; Vegas is in second place because the Coyotes have a game in hand, but the point helps Vegas maintain its ground in a tight Pacific Division race.

The Golden Knights will face another Pacific Division opponent as they are set to take on the Sharks in San Jose on Sunday.

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The Vegas Golden Knights closed out their November schedule with 2-1 shootout victory against the Arizona Coyotes on Friday at T-Mobile Arena.

After a quiet first period, Alex Tuch opened the scoring with a power-play tally as he deflected a pass from Nicolas Hague into the back of the Arizona net. At the 14:53 mark of the second, Jakob Chychrun scored for the visitors to tie the game at one heading into the last intermission. After a scoreless third period plus five minutes of overtime, Alex Tuch beat Darcy Kuemper in the third round to give Vegas the 2-1 shootout win.

Malcolm Subban: In his third consecutive start, the Vegas goaltender stood tall through extra time making 35 saves on 36 shots.

Alex Tuch: Tuch scored in regulation and the shootout to lead Vegas to its second consecutive win.

Nicolas Hague: The rookie defenseman set up Tuch for the team’s lone goal in regulation.


Vegas will hit the road again for a three-game trip starting Monday night as they visit the New York Rangers at 4 p.m. PT. Catch the action on AT&T SportsNet, FOX Sports 98.9/1340 and Deportes Vegas 1460.

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They’re still not white hot. But they’re getting there. The Vegas Golden Knights have turned the burner to medium and are poised to flip it to high.

The club has put together its best 10-game span of the campaign with a 7-2-1 record. That’s the best run of 10 since they went 9-1 last season immediately after acquiring winger Mark Stone.

The club finds itself sitting third in the Pacific Division prior to any action Tuesday. Vegas has won three of its last four and two of them were of the blowout variety. The second period in Sunday’s 6-3 victory over the Vancouver Canucks was one of the most dominant periods the club has played. They were physical, smart and opportunistic. For a VGKer, fan, coach, player or manager, it was simply fun hockey of which to be a part.

The question now for the Golden Knights and their fans is can they go to the next level? Can they go on a spurt which puts them among the elite of the NHL? There are some signs which say they can.

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One of the factors dragging Vegas down early was the club’s inability to earn points in games when Marc-Andre Fleury wasn’t in net. And the team’s reliance on him threatened to leave him spent at the regular season finish line.

The resurgence of Malcolm Subban has dramatically helped Vegas as he’s won five of his last seven starts and gained standings points in six of those games.

Having a second goalie who provides wins gives the coaching staff the opportunity to trim some of Fleury’s workload.

Up until November 23, Fleury led the league in games played (20) and was 2nd in TOI (1159:00). Since then, Fleury is 47th in GP and 49th in TOI. Fleury has gone from being on pace to play 66 games to being on pace to play 52 games.

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Production from the backend was a worry for Vegas early on but of late, the blueline has been redlining on offense.

In October, Vegas ranked 30 of 31 teams in production from defensemen with 17 points. Since then the team is up to 18th with 39 points since November 1. Nate Schmidt’s return from injury has boosted this number and Shea Theodore piled up five assists just last week.

Gerard Gallant likes his team to play hard but clean hockey. Be physical but stay out of the penalty box. For much of his tenure in Vegas the club has been one of the least penalized teams in the NHL.

To begin this season, however, the team consistently took too many penalties.

The last 10 games has seen the team take 2.63 penalties per 60 min at 5v5. Prior to that, Vegas was at 3.73 penalties per 60 mins at 5v5. That’s a big reduction and key in that mix is defenseman Brayden McNabb who was averaging 1.2 PIM/game in the first 25 games but is down to 0.18 PIM/game over the last 11 games.

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Max Pacioretty has been excellent and his 34 points in 36 games to start the season is the most he’s had in any season in his career (over the first 36 games played). His previous high was 32 points in his first 36 games in 2012-13. It’s also the highest points in a 36-game stretch since his 2016-2017 season, when he posted a high of 37 points in 36 games.

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The Golden Knights have gotten goals from Ryan Reaves, Valentin Zykov, Nick Holden, Deryk Engelland and Chandler Stephenson of late and depth scoring is always great. But as the saying goes, “your best players have to be your best players” and that’s been happening for Vegas.

In December, the Golden Knights have 44 points in eight games from the club’s seven highest paid forwards (5.5 points/game). In 14 games in November, those same seven players produced just 52 points (3.7 points/game).

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Jonathan Marchessault has five goals in his last seven games. On Sunday, Marchessault scored his 100th regular season NHL goal and became the 128th undrafted player to debut since 1963-64 and score 100+ career regular-season goals. In contrast, 813 drafted players have turned the trick since the league’s inaugural draft.

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The Vegas Golden Knights swatted away a bad performance against the New York Rangers, forgot about it, and then proceeded to score the same amount of goals that were scored on them against the Chicago Blackhawks. That’s quite a bit of redemption.

Vegas (16-12-5) is fourth in the Pacific Division, one point behind the Calgary Flames and three off the pace set by the Arizona Coyotes and Edmonton Oilers, who are tied for first. They’ll now face one of the best teams in the Western Conference to this point in the season in the reigning Stanley Cup Champion St. Louis Blues.

While the Golden Knights are getting hot — the loss to the Rangers was their only game without a point in the standings since Nov. 25 — the Blues are the exact opposite, entering this contest on a three-game losing streak. The two teams had very different games on Tuesday.

The Golden Knights’ win demonstrated how dominant they can be, while the Blues’ loss to the Buffalo Sabres demonstrated how much the Blues are willing to give up. Although the 5-2 score looks worse than it really was (Buffalo scored two empty-net goals), the Blues gave up eight high-danger chances, three of which found the net that Jake Allen was guarding. St. Louis enters this game having lost three in a row.

Still, the Blues are 18-8-6 this season, and it’s never a good idea to take a team like that lightly, even in the midst of a skid. Here’s what to watch for in tonight’s game.

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The Blues’ possession concession against the Sabres is nothing new for the team this year. The Blues are 21st in Corsi this season, 24th in shot share, 28th in expected goal share and 30th in high-danger share. In other words, the Blues have not been great at maintaining possession so far this season, and the team’s 1.008 even-strength PDO, 10th best in the league, likely has a lot to do with the Blues’ winning ways.

Meanwhile, Vegas has been a top ten team in some stats (eighth in Corsi, ninth in shot share) and is just outside in others (12th in expected goal share, 11th in high-danger share). This could be a game where Vegas dominates the puck and spends a good chunk of time on the attack, but the bad news is that in games where Vegas has 10 more Corsi events than the opponent at even strength, the Golden Knights are 4-6, and when getting five more shots on net, Vegas is 3-5. The Golden Knights’ puck dominance has not led to dominance in the standings.

This might be the game to break that for Vegas, although the Blues’ goaltender might have a lot to say about that.

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Among goaltenders with more than 500 minutes, Jordan Binnington is 21st with a .922 even-strength save percentage. Marc-Andre Fleury is 27th with with a .917. Binnington’s high-danger save percentage at even strength is tied for fourth, and Fleury’s (.846) is tied for 17th. At all strengths, Fleury has been better with a .921 save percentage compared to Binnington’s .920, but Binnington remains the better high-danger goaltender (.880 to .861).

Even so, these are two of the better goaltenders to this point of the season. Binnington is following up a Calder campaign in just about 30 games last season with another excellent season with the Blues, and Fleury has been excellent behind a less stellar defense.

In games in which three or fewer goals are scored between the two sides, the Golden Knights are 4-0-2. The Blues are 2-2-0 (but add four wins and no losses when four are scored). If this boils down to a goaltending duel, as it could, the Golden Knights could have a distinct advantage in a well-rested Fleury.

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It’s always nice to meet back up with one of the very few former Golden Knights; tonight, that will be David Perron. And Perron’s having quite the season as well, with 30 points in 32 games. Perron has four points in his last five games and has been an exceptional force on the power play as well, scoring four power-play goals and racking up 15 points on the man advantage.

Perron has remained close with the Golden Knights, especially the French-speaking players, since leaving. He’s had perhaps the best career after leaving Vegas, although James Neal could potentially get better in Edmonton. Plus, Erik Haula was excellent for Carolina before getting hurt, so it will be interesting to see if there are any lingering revenge feelings for Perron.

Perron’s greatest impact has been on the man advantage, so it would be nice if Vegas could be a bit more careful in this game, just in case.

Projected Lineups

David Perron — Ryan O’Reilly — Tyler Bozak

Jaden Schwartz — Brayden Schenn — Jordan Kyrou

Ivan Barbashev — Robert Thomas — Troy Brouwer

Mackenzie MacEachern — Jacob de la Rose — Austin Poganski

Colton Parayko — Alex Pietrangelo

Jay Bouwmeester — Justin Faulk

Vince Dunn — Robert Bortuzzo

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Jonathan Marchessault — William Karlsson — Reilly Smith

Max Pacioretty — Chandler Stephenson — Mark Stone

Valentin Zykov — Paul Stastny — Alex Tuch

William Carrier — Tomas Nosek — Ryan Reaves

Brayden McNabb — Nate Schmidt

Nicolas Hague — Shea Theodore

Deryk Engelland — Nick Holden

Marc-Andre Fleury

Malcolm Subban

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Goalie Marc-Andre Fleury will return to the net for the Vegas Golden Knights Tuesday night against the Chicago Blackhawks.

Coach Gerard Gallant announced his decision after the team’s morning skate.

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Fleury was granted personal leave by the team after the passing of his father. He last played Nov. 23, a 4-2 loss to the Edmonton Oilers, and left the team Nov. 26 to travel to Quebec.

Fleury rejoined the team last Thursday, but didn’t play in losses to the New York Islanders and New York Rangers, with Malcolm Subban making the starts. All told, Subban started seven games in Fleury’s absence.

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Fleury is 11-6-2 this year with a 2.54 goals-against average and a .919 save percentage.

Vegas enters the game in fourth place in the Pacific Division, but also one point ahead of the Vancouver Canucks for the second wild-card berth in the Western Conference.

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Goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury will make his first start in more than two weeks Tuesday when the Golden Knights host the Chicago Blackhawks, coach Gerard Gallant confirmed.

Fleury left the team Nov. 26, and his father, Andre, died the following day at age 63 in Sorel-Tracy, Quebec.

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Fleury rejoined the team Thursday in New York and served as the backup to Malcolm Subban the past two games. He hasn’t played since a 4-2 loss to Edmonton on Nov. 23.

In 20 appearances, Fleury is 11-6-2 with a 2.54 goals-against average and .919 save percentage.

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The Blackhawks look to extend their point streak to four games when they start their three-game road trip against the Golden Knights on Tuesday night in Las Vegas.

Chicago (12-12-6) blew a 3-1 first-period lead in its shootout loss to Arizona on Sunday. Alex DeBrincat scored a goal for the third straight game, and Robin Lehner made 44

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The Blackhawks will be without forwards Drake Caggiula and Andrew Shaw (concussions on long-term injured reserve) and defenseman Duncan Keith (groin on IR) during its road trip.

With Olli Maatta (flu) questionable to return after missing three games, the Blackhawks recalled rookie defenseman Adam Boqvist from the AHL. He has one goal in six NHL games

this season. Chicago also called up forward Matthew Highmore, who played in two NHL games in late November.

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Corey Crawford is expected to start in net against Vegas (15-12-5). After two straight starts of allowing four or more goals, Crawford was stellar on Friday against New Jersey

making 29 saves on 30 shots and stopping Jack Hughes in the shootout to clinch victory for the Blackhawks. In his last start against the Golden Knights on Nov. 13, Crawford made

39 saves on 42 shots to help Chicago capture their first win against Las Vegas.

Forward Ryan Carpenter will play his second game of the season against his former team in Las Vegas. He had a primary assist in Chicago’s 5-3 win Nov. 13 in Vegas.

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The Golden Knights took five of a possible six points on their recent New York trip before being shut out 5-0 to the Rangers upon returning to Las Vegas. The loss ended Vegas’

streak of scoring in 52 straight games, dating back to Feb. 18 at Colorado.

Vegas rookie Cody Glass will miss Tuesday’s game with a concussion, which means we won’t get another look at two of the best rookie forwards matching up in Kirby Dach and

Glass. The Golden Knights called up Valentin Zykov from the AHL on Monday as a result of Glass’ head injury.