Golden Knights Surge Past Devils, 3-1, in Sunday Matinee

Golden Knights Triumph Over Devils with a 3-1 Victory in Thrilling Sunday Showdown

On a vibrant Sunday afternoon at T-Mobile Arena, the Vegas Golden Knights, with a record of 36-24-7, emerged victorious over the New Jersey Devils, who stand at 32-32-4, with a score of 3-1.

The game’s turning point came after a quiet start, with no goals in the first two periods. The action picked up 38 seconds into the third period when the New Jersey Devils scored. Not long after, William Carrier of the Golden Knights leveled the score by skillfully deflecting the puck past Jake Allen, the Devils’ goalie, 2:57 into the last period. Jack Eichel then took the spotlight, weaving through four Devils defensemen to score from the slot, giving Vegas the lead. William Karlsson sealed the deal with an empty-net goal, bringing the final score to 3-1 in favor of the Golden Knights.

Highlighting the top performers, Jack Eichel stood out by scoring the decisive goal that led to the Golden Knights’ triumph. William Carrier also made a significant impact by scoring the goal that tied the game, igniting the team’s comeback. Noah Hanifin showcased his skill by achieving his second multi-point game (2A) with the Golden Knights. Logan Thompson, the team’s goalie, played a crucial role by stopping 20 out of 21 shots, ensuring the team’s victory.

In a remarkable milestone, both Ben Hutton and Ivan Barbashev celebrated their 500th career NHL games during this match. Alex Pietrangelo contributed with an assist on the game-tying goal, increasing his total assists with the Golden Knights to 118, placing him among the top assist providers for the team since his arrival. Jack Eichel also reached a personal milestone by scoring his 10th career game-winning goal with the Golden Knights, joining an elite group of players with double-digit game-winning goals for the team.

As a bonus for fans, the victory means a special offer from Pizza Hut. By using the code VGKWINS on, fans can enjoy a 31% discount on menu-priced pizzas the day after every Golden Knights win.

Looking forward, the Vegas Golden Knights are set to face the Tampa Bay Lightning on Tuesday at 7 p.m. PT at T-Mobile Arena. This game marks their second home game of the series. Fans can catch the action on Vegas 34, stream it on KnightTime+, or listen live on the Vegas Golden Knights Radio Network on 98.9/1340.

For more news on the Golden Knights, including updates on single game tickets and how to watch the games, fans are encouraged to visit the official Golden Knights website.