GLENDALE, Ariz. – Brandon Pirri is late December to remember for the Golden Knights Vegas.
The weekend had a go-ahead and helped the Gold Coats win 5-1 over Arizona Coyotes Saturday night, and has five goals as part of his seven games in the six games he played for Vegas this season.
Pirri failed to record a point in one of these games. It has been regular since December 20.
"It's a great fun to play here because everyone is getting together," said Pirri. "Things are good. I always believe in myself and I'm getting the opportunity. Once you get the opportunity you have to reward the people You have put this place and at the same time I have to give me a reward. Enter a lot of work. "
Paul Stastny also had a focus and help and Marc-Andre Fleury stopped 29 tactics for Vegas. Reilly Smith Smith, Cody Eakin and Ryan Carpenter also beat Vegas to help her; Get the third one straight and expand its points to climb into six games.
The Golden Barrels have won five out of six games against Arizona since Vegas went into the NHL final season.
"We played hard, we played well. We were good at the question, we were good with her and we did not make any mistakes," he said. Jonathan Marchessault said.
Many of the Golden Knights fans did not have enough sound for the crew who visited in the & # 39; the most recent installment of the big competition, and they saw their team controlling three goals in the third term.
The third was a short goal from Carpenter, his second goal of the season.
Just as the first power of Gold Knights came to an end, Pirri got revived behind the nets and brought back the pocket back to the river, where Stastny had been. Waiting to be implemented at 3:35 of the first one.
Nick Schmaltz at Arizona pointed out to have 1 connection with 8:54 remaining in the second time, but the visit was examined on coach challenge and was removed for the outside.
Vegas made 2-0 with 3:57 to play second. Brad Hunt put a loose push on her front, and Smith first got it for a picture of Darcy Kuemper.
Kuemper finished with 33 saved.
The Coyotes benefited 5-on-3 power play with two Golden Knights in the penalty box to get the same goal at 2:58 marks of the second. Alex Galchenyuk, with Oliver Ekman-Larsson, won their support.
Ekman-Larsson won 312 job points, passing Keith Yandle for the main points in the licensing history for a defender.
Galchenyuk ran his streak points to five games, with seven full points.
Eakin started overlooking the tour line at 4:21 of the third for his 12th visit to the season, and Pirri was marked at a distance less than three minutes later.
"It was my enjoyment as we played all night, not just the third time," said Vegas coach, Gerard Gallant.
Arizona began the third time on power-making – one of six at night – but he could not do it. do and fall further behind.
Coyotes's unique coach, Rick Tocchet, pointed out his team's effort that he was less than 24 hours after Arizona finally defeated Anaheim.
"It's just very unusual from many of the key people," said Tocchet. "I saw a team just going to the top of the end. You want to be a NHL hockey team or a player, you need to be consistent … So some of our players are "We can not find some players who do it."
Notes: Coyotes F Brad Richardson lost the third game just with illness. … Caoimhín Connauton was shaken in the first time and left behind, but returned to move in the final of the time and stayed in the # 39; game. … Vegas F Valentin Zykov, just a petitioner from Saturday fishermen, was writing. So F Tomas Nosek, who lost his first game from December 20. … Alex Tooked a penalty for a check to his head when he was in a hurry. He turned his shoulder to Nick Cousins in Arizona, which led to Coyotes's second power power visit.
Vegas: Hosting Los Angeles on Tuesday.
Arizona: Supporting Edmonton on Wednesday evening.