Stanley Cup fever: Vegas ditches capital letters on Twitter

Lawrence Cooper
May 30, 2018

With Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals tonight, we embark on a journey that will end with either the first Stanley Cup for the Washington Capitals or a win for the expansion Vegas Golden Knights.

The Golden Knights have become a rallying point for Las Vegas natives, just as the Capitals' first trip to the Stanley Cup finals in 20 years has brought D.C. sports fans together. But as Reaves looked for his teammates to celebrate, Capitals head coach Barry Trotz was looking towards the officials for a penalty call on the Golden Knights' forward. Be sure to check out the full TV schedule for rest of the second round, and stay on top of our individual first-round series breakdowns across both conferences.

The 2018 Stanley Cup Finals will kick off with a performance from.

Marc-Andre Fleury made 24 saves to pick up his 75th career playoff victory, just two behind Mike Vernon for seventh on the all-time list.

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"There were some swings, some momentum (shifts) on both sides", said Fleury, who came in with a.947 save percentage in the playoffs.

"I'm very happy to be associated with the staff that I'm associated with", Kisio said.

Holtby was beaten for five goals, with the sixth being an empty-net tally from Tomas Nosek late in the third period. "A lot of times you feel like the game is going in one direction and then they score and we score".

Wilson then delivered a blindside hit on Jonathan Marchessault with the puck nowhere near the Vegas centre, but was only assessed two-minute penalty for interference, while David Perron went off for cross checking in the ensuing scuffle. After a largely forgettable first period, Washington found itself up 2-1 because of two goals on its first five shots. "We have more to our game". We have a whole other level to our game. John Carlson leads defensemen in playoff scoring with three goals and 16 points, including 10 points on Washington's fearsome power play, and he leads the Caps with an average ice time of 25:59. Oshie. What a great club they've got. Nor should it be a surprise that a pivotal goal in the game was scored as the direct result of a blatant cross-check right in front of a referee. Holtby stood strong between the pipes, but eventually surrendered the game to the Golden Knights. The Golden Knight reached his fake sword to his real neck and mimed a slow slash, showing he was ready to slay his enemies, one by one.

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