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After four of the best games for the Vegas Golden Knights this season, and their first four-game winning streak, a goaltending controversy has come to light. No, Malcolm Subban isn’t pushing Marc-Andre Fleury for the starting job, but he should be seeing more starts.

After national writers speculated that the Golden Knights needed a new backup goaltender, and just 19 starts in 2017-18 and 20 in 2018-19, Subban played incredibly well once given the opportunity. He entered this stretch with just three games played within a week of another start. He had three outside of a week. He’s only had 11 starts so far this season, and six came within the last six games.

Here’s the thing about Subban (and, if expanded, likely all goaltenders): he’s better when he’s seeing consistent time. That’s been a problem throughout his tenure with the Golden Knights. In 2018-19, Subban had more starts further than a week apart (10) than he did within a week (9). Subban, in his three seasons worth of starts within a week, has a .912 save percentage (that’s at .919 this season). With more than a week apart: .877 (.896 this season).

Save percentage isn’t the only stat that demonstrates just how much better Subban is with a consistent schedule. His starts within a week this season have led to a high-danger save percentage of .875 and 2.24 goals saved above expected, his starts more than a week apart have a .774 high-danger save percentage and -3.37 goals saved above average.

Subban, simply, has been used poorly. That’s likely contributed to his standing this season — he’s tied for 37th in the league in save percentage, but he and Fleury have stats that are pretty close. Fleury’s got a .919 save percentage and Subban is at .909 (again, .919 with more consistency would make that go up). Fleury’s high-danger save percentage is at .853, Subban’s is at .845. They’ve both made plenty of high-danger goals saved above average (Fleury 6.46, Subban 3.05).

And Subban isn’t dealing with the team at it’s best:

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Despite this, Subban has had a better track record at some aspects this season than Fleury, and has saved more goals relative to expectation.

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So Subban is playing well in spite of the team in front of him, sometimes, as the game against the Devils proved.

It’s also likely not a fluke that Fleury’s save percentage fell 14 points last season, from a .927 save percentage in 2017-18 to a .913 save percentage in 2018-19. He had 15 more starts, going from 46 to 61, and while his shutouts doubled (going from four to eight), his percentage of quality starts (starts above his season-average save percentage) fell.

In an era that’s moving closer and closer to platoon netminding — two of the best goaltending performances this season have been from duos, in Antti Raanta and Darcy Kuemper in Arizona and Robin Lehner and Corey Crawford in Chicago — why wouldn’t Vegas do the same? If Fleury’s demonstrably better with starts numbering closer to 45 than 60, and three of the final four goaltenders in the playoffs last season played between 40 and 50 games (only Martin Jones, statistically the worst of those goaltenders, played more), shouldn’t Subban, who just proved he’s capable of giving more, given the opportunity, be playing more than 20 games?

The answer is yes. Subban’s got 11 starts through the first 31 games of the season. He should likely have more, but before this stretch he wasn’t playing great hockey, and he was injured for a time. Now that he’s proven he’s healthy and he can play excellent hockey, though, getting Vegas their first four-game winning streak of the season, he should see an increase in starts and in percentage of games started.

Nobody wants to see Fleury get hurt again. The Golden Knights want to get back to the Stanley Cup Final, and that was the expectation before the season. There’s a simple answer to these two problems, and that’s play Malcolm. He’s earned it.

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The phrase “man advantage” becomes a misnomer when William Karlsson and Reilly Smith are on the penalty kill.

The two Golden Knights forwards are shorthanded terrors, always a deflection or a pokecheck away from an odd-man rush. They pounce on any opportunity an overly aggressive power play gives them.

That continued Tuesday against the Chicago Blackhawks. Smith forced a turnover in the defensive zone, rushed down the ice and patiently waited for Karlsson to get open for a tap-in goal.

“Just trying to get us back to even,” Smith said. “I definitely owe him for a lot of backdoor tap-ins that he’s given me over the last few years.”

The goal continued the duo’s staggering work on the penalty kill this season. Karlsson has five shorthanded points (two goals, three assists), while Smith has four (two goals, two assists).

Only six NHL teams have outscored the pair’s four combined goals on the penalty kill. Karlsson has been on the ice for more shorthanded goals (five) than power-play goals against (four).

”We have the mindset of trying to attack when we can,” Karlsson said. “There are some spaces that open up, especially when teams have only one guy on the blue line. It’s been working pretty well.”

The two are uniquely gifted to take advantage of those openings. Karlsson and Smith are two of the Knights’ best defensive forwards and keep their sticks active in the defensive zone to hunt for turnovers. They’re also both blazing fast but keep their heads up when skating through the neutral zone.

That allows them to find each other when they’re going full speed to the net. Even when they don’t see each other, they’ve played together for three seasons so they usually know where the other one will be anyway.

That’s what leads to shorthanded goals off the rush like Saturday’s, or Smith’s in the season opener against the San Jose Sharks. Smith created a turnover at the blue line with his stick, passed to Karlsson, got the puck back and scored for his first goal of the season.

“It’s fun to watch,” defenseman Deryk Engelland said. “I get to kill with them lots. Any time we can get a puck to the neutral zone, you never know what’s going to happen with those two out there.”

Smith seems to be enjoying their chemistry too, especially since his first two NHL teams, the Dallas Stars and Boston Bruins, barely trusted him on the penalty kill. But then he was traded to the Florida Panthers, who were led at the time by Knights coach Gerard Gallant.

He earned Gallant’s trust on the penalty kill then, and now no coach would think about not putting him on the ice shorthanded. Same goes for Karlsson, and he and Smith have celebrated their combined success by setting each other up for plenty of goals.

“I owe him probably 10 more,” Smith said. “But, you know, don’t tell him that because he’ll start shooting it on 2-on-1s. I enjoy backdoor tap-ins too.”

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VANCOUVER, British Columbia — The Golden Knights had a chance to move into sole possession of first place in the Pacific Division with a victory Thursday night, which seemed an unlikely prospect a month ago.

After scratching out a point against Vancouver, the Knights will settle for sitting even in points with Arizona atop the standings.

Vancouver’s Christopher Tanev scored 1:30 into overtime to send the Knights to a 5-4 loss at Rogers Arena in the first game of the Fathers Trip.

“It’s a good point for us. We didn’t play our best to start the game,” right wing Mark Stone said. “For us to still outshoot our opponent by (nine shots) shows we played some really good 5-on-5 hockey.”

Stone tied the game with 4:20 remaining in the third period as the Knights extended their point streak to four games (3-0-1).

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Reilly Smith and Nick Holden had second-period goals to help the Knights overcome a 3-1 deficit after the first. Jonathan Marchessault added a goal and an assist.

Elias Pettersson scored twice, including with 10:41 left in the third period to give Vancouver a 4-3 lead. Antoine Roussel and Tanner Pearson also had goals for the Canucks, who scored on two of their first four shots.

Jacob Markstrom finished with 39 saves, including a blocker stop on Paul Stastny with two minutes remaining to keep the game tied at 4.

“We needed to do a little bit better job in the first period clearing the front and coming back to support our defensemen and those don’t happen so we’re not chasing the whole night,” Smith said. “We did a good job coming back and tried to control the pace for most of the third period, but it’s hard to come back in this league.”

Here’s what stood out from the loss:

1. Momentum swing

The Knights controlled play for the final 12-plus minutes of the first period after falling behind by two goals and nearly went into the locker room tied.

Stone cut through the slot and had Markstrom leaning the wrong way, but his backhand was turned aside with 45 seconds left in the period.

Vancouver went the other way, and Knights defenseman Nate Schmidt made a careless pass in his own zone that was intercepted. J.T. Miller moved around Brayden McNabb and got off a soft shot, but Marc-Andre Fleury gave up a rebound and was unable to cover the loose puck before Pettersson poked it in for a 3-1 lead with 28 seconds remaining.

“We didn’t take care of the blue paint. That’s what we didn’t do,” Knights coach Gerard Gallant said. “They scored at least two goals from the blue paint in the first. We got better at that the rest of the game. When you let people get to the blue paint and there’s loose pucks around there, they’re going to put them in the back of the net.”

2. Momentum swing, Part II

Holden delivered a check from behind to Vancouver’s Josh Leivo, who crashed awkwardly into the boards and stayed down for more than two minutes before he left the ice favoring his right leg with 8:18 remaining in the second.

The hit didn’t sit well with the Canucks, several of whom tried to get at Holden in the ensuing scrum, or their fans, as Holden was not penalized.

They felt even more aggrieved 28 seconds later when Holden’s shot from the point sailed through traffic and tied the game at 3.

“I think earlier in the year, we didn’t really have that killer instinct to come back in a game,” left wing Max Pacioretty said. “Obviously, we’ve been feeling a little bit better about our game as of late, especially individuals. Being able to claw your way back into a game is a good feeling, but ultimately you want to get that second point.”

3. Like old times

The Knights’ first line of William Karlsson, Marchessault and Smith are starting to click the way they did during the inaugural season and combined for six points to lead the comeback.

Marchessault cleaned up a rebound in the first period, and the three connected for a beautiful goal in the second that cut Vancouver’s lead to 3-2.

Karlsson fought off a check behind the net from Bo Horvat and centered the puck to Marchessault. He made a one-touch pass to Smith at the side of the net for his 14th goal.

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New York Rangers forward Brendan Lemieux has been fined $2,.000 for his hit on Vegas forward Cody Glass. The NHL announced the fine yesterday.
Brendan Lemieux has been fined by the NHL for an elbow to Vegas Golden Knight rookie Cody Glass. The New York Rangers forward hit the Vegas player with a little over three minutes left in the second period. He wasn’t penalized on the play. Cody Glass was obviously dazed and had to leave the ice with assistance. He suffered a concussion on the play.

The hit has caused a furor in Las Vegas with fans calling for a suspension. Lemieux was challenged and fought Vegas’ William Carrier in the third period.

Here is the hit:

Despite the fact that there was no penalty on the play, due to the injury, it was reviewed by the NHL Department of Player Safety. Here is their explanation of the fine:

New York Rangers forward Brendan Lemieux has been fined $2,000.00 for elbowing Vegas Golden Knights forward Cody Glass during NHL Game No. 466 in Las Vegas on Sunday, Dec. 8, the National Hockey League’s Department of Player Safety announced today.
The incident occurred at 16:40 of the second period.
The money goes to the Players’ Emergency Assistance Fund.

That sure tells us a lot, doesn’t it? On one hand, the Rangers should be happy that Lemieux escaped with a $2,000 fine and wasn’t suspended. He has already developed a reputation in the league and is currently second in the NHL in penalty minutes.

On the other hand, Lemieux was fined for the Vegas hit that wasn’t ruled a penalty in the game and appeared to be accidental. While it’s just a fine and not a suspension, building up a history of disciplinary actions will affect any future rulings.

A prior suspension
Lemieux also has a history. While with the Winnipeg Jets last season he was suspended for two games for an illegal hit to the head. The check to Florida’s Vincent Trocheck was completely different than his hit on Cody Glass. He was also given a match penalty and had a fight right after the hit. Here is the NHL’s explanation of the suspension.

Lemieux’s check on Trocheck was much more predatory and intentional. That;s the big difference with his check on Cody Glass. After the game Lemieux explained that it was accidental and reached out to Glass as he was being taken off the ice.

After the game, Vegas coach Gerard Gallant was more forgiving of the check. “I don’t think there was a real attempt to hurt him…but you’re responsible for your stick. You should be responsible for your elbow.”

On Monday, Knights defensemen Brayden McNabb told the Las Vegas Review-Journal “From what I know, it’s an avoidable hit…it doesn’t need to happen, and now you’ve got a young guy who’s not playing and it’s crucial to his development. He’s a big part of our team. It’s a team that we only play twice and we’re done. I guess you could say it’s part of hockey, but it’s unfortunate.”

A precedent last season
There is at least one precedent for the fine after that hit. Last March, Chris Kreider was fined $5,000 for a hit that was practically identical to Lemieux’s. Kreider hit Vancouver’s Elias Pettersson with an elbow, bloodying the Canucks forward. Kreider was given a game misconduct and a two minute elbowing penalty. Pettersson returned to the game, a 4-1 Vancouver win.

Why Kreider’s check warranted a $5,000 fine and Lemieux’s a $2,000 fine is tough to explain. Kreider was tossed from the game and the Rangers were shorthanded and gave up a power play goal. Pettersson returned and played a regular shift the rest of the game.

Sunday, there was no penalty on Lemieux’s hit. With a concussion, Cody Glass is expected to miss some action. In hindsight, the long term effect of the Lemieux hit will be much worse than Kreider’s.

There have been eight players fined so far this season for infractions ranging from elbowing to unsportsmanlike conduct. Lemieux’s $2,000 fine is the smallest so far this season with Ryan Johansen and Evander Kane each fined $5,000 last week for elbowing.

It would be helpful if there was more of an explanation about why the determination was made to fine a player rather than just stating that a player has been fined.

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NEW YORK — The Golden Knights will be without center Cody Eakin for an extended period of time.

Eakin, who left Friday’s 2-1 shootout victory over Arizona, is listed as week to week with an upper-body injury, coach Gerard Gallant said Sunday.

Eakin absorbed an illegal hit to the head from Arizona’s Brad Richardson during the third period and did not return for the final 7:22.

Richardson was assessed a two-minute minor penalty on the play but did not receive any supplemental discipline from the league, as Eakin’s head was not the main point of contact.

With Eakin sidelined, rookie Cody Glass will slide into his natural position and center the third line when the Knights face the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden.

Glass skated with wingers Alex Tuch and William Carrier during practice Sunday at Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey.

“It’s going to make him feel a little more comfortable,” Gallant said of Glass. “He was fine on the wing. When injuries happen, hopefully Cody can take advantage of that and play some center and play real good.”

Nicolas Roy was recalled Saturday from the American Hockey League on an emergency basis and will be in the lineup Monday. Roy centered the fourth line between Tomas Nosek and Ryan Reaves during practice.

“He’s going to get an opportunity again, and he played real well when he was up here last time,” Gallant said of Roy.

Fleury close to returning

Gallant said the Knights “fully expect” goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury to join the team on their three-game road trip, but added he’s not sure when.

Fleury is on a personal leave after his father passed away last week.

The Knights, who play a back-to-back against the Rangers and Devils starting Monday, recalled goaltender Garret Sparks on an emergency basis Sunday.

’Tis the season

December has been the Knights’ best month during their brief existence, as they’ve recorded points in 24 of their 28 games.

The Knights went 11-1-1 in December of their inaugural season and won seven straight games at one point while setting a franchise record for most victories in a month.

Last season, the Knights found their stride in December and finished the month on a six-game points streak to finish with a 9-3-3 mark.

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The Rangers enter Monday’s game against the Knights on a season-long, five-game point streak (4-0-1) and have points in six straight at home (5-0-1).

New York’s defensemen have accounted for 23 goals and 74 points, which leads the NHL. Forward Artemi Panarin set a franchise record for points in November with 23 (seven goals, 16 assists).

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NEWARK, N.J. — William Carrier and Alex Tuch are two of the Golden Knights’ best forecheckers.

Together, they expect to make a formidable duo on the new-look third line.

“I thought it was very effective (against the Rangers on Monday),” Tuch said. “If I’m in there, I know if I’m able to pop the puck loose at all, he’ll be coming in, and vice versa. I think that chemistry there is building and will be a lot of fun.”

Carrier, Tuch and center Cody Glass played their second game together Tuesday against the New Jersey Devils, with Tuch getting three assists in a 4-3 victory.

With center Cody Eakin listed as week to week because of an upper-body injury, they could remain a line for the foreseeable future.

Tuch was a 20-goal scorer last season, and Glass is one of the team’s best playmakers as a rookie.

Carrier spent most of his time with the Knights smashing bodies on the fourth line and led the NHL in hits per game (5.1) last season. But his speed alongside Tuch, also one of the Knights’ fastest skaters, creates a new dimension.

And Carrier increased his offensive production to earn the promotion with seven points (three goals, four assists), two shy of his career high, through the first 29 games.

“Not much hitting. It’s different. It’s just some playmaking,” Carrier said of his new role. “I think it’s just more ice time, a couple more shifts every game. I’ll take that.”

Headed north

The Knights will host two watch parties and multiple youth hockey clinics Dec. 12 and 13 in Northern Nevada.

The trip begins with clinics at Greenbrae Elementary School and Dilworth Middle School in Reno, followed by a watch party at the Little Waldorf Saloon for the Dec. 12 game at St. Louis.

The following day, clinics take place at Bordewich-Bray Elementary School and Carson Middle School in Carson City. The watch party for the game at Dallas will be inside the Nevada Room of the Governor’s Mansion, and fans are encouraged to bring nonperishable food items as part of a food drive.

Reppin’ Russia

Knights prospects Pavel Dorofeyev and Ivan Morozov were named to Team Russia’s World Junior Championship camp roster Tuesday.

Dorofeyev was a third-round pick in June, and Morozov was selected in the second round in 2018. The tournament runs Dec. 26 to Jan. 5 in Ostrava and Trinec, Czech Republic.

Sparks sent down

The Knights reassigned goaltender Garret Sparks to the American Hockey League after Tuesday’s game.

General manager Kelly McCrimmon said before the game he expects goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury to return from his personal leave during the road trip. The Knights are off Wednesday and play at the New York Islanders on Thursday.

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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

saves. It was the Blackhawks’ third straight game to go past regulation.

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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.