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Panthers shattered, Vegas leads by two

The Vegas Golden Knights hockey players demonstrated an impressive defense of their home ice during the first two games of the NHL playoff finals.

Jonathan Marchessault #81 of the Vegas Golden Knights scores a goal past Alex Lyon #34 of the Florida Panthers

The Golden Knights put on an impressive performance at their home arena, the famous “T-Mobile Arena,” securing a 7-2 victory over the Florida Panthers. This win brings them closer to claiming the highly coveted Stanley Cup, which is widely regarded as the most prestigious trophy in American professional sports.

Right from the start, the Golden Knights dominated the game, forcing Florida to make a desperate goalkeeper change halfway through the second period. However, even with Alex Lyon replacing Sergei Bobrovsky, Paul Moris’ team failed to make an impact against the Western Conference champions. By then, the Golden Knights had already established a commanding 4-0 lead, with Jonathan Marchessault, Alec Martinez, Nicolas Roy, and Ben Howden scoring goals.

Florida’s Matthew Tkachuk received a ten-minute suspension, which put him dangerously close to breaking the NHL Finals record of 56 minutes of suspension.


Thanks to Henrik Lundell and Tkachuk, Florida scored two goals in the final period. However, the Golden Knights responded quickly by netting three more goals, securing a convincing 7-2 victory. Marchessault and Howden both scored their second goals of the match, while Michael Amadio also joined the ranks of scorers.

Both teams are competing for their first-ever club title in the battle for the Stanley Cup.

Florida, which had a remarkable playoff run, reaching the finals from the eighth position in the regular season standings, now faces a daunting 0-2 deficit and must undertake a formidable challenge to turn the tide in their favor.