On Monday, the Vegas Golden Knights defeated the Florida Panthers in Game 2 scoring an impressive 7-2 at the T-Mobile Arena in Paradise, Nevada. This win secures the Golden Knights a 2-0 lead in the 2023 Stanley Cup. The Golden Knights played aggressively offensive, dominating the Panthers and breaking the record in the present season of the National Hockey League.
The Knights created history in the NHL finals as a goal was tallied by nine individual players who are goal scorers which makes it a maximum record for a team to secure in the first two opening contests. The Knights also set a record in the NHL for 12 goals in the two opening matches.
Jonathan Marchessault, the most celebrated player of the Golden Knights delivered 2 goals for the team in Game 2. Marchessault formerly played for the Panthers in the season of 2016-2017, following which, he has remained with the Knights. Marchessault has scored 12 goals in 12 Golden Knights fixtures which sets a record for the franchise for the most goals delivered in one postseason. He previously had failed to deliver goals in the five first postseason matches.
Brett Howden Scored 2 Goals For The Golden Knights
Knights player Brett Howden had scored two goals for his team which in a way announced his team’s victory in Game 2 while putting pressure on the Panthers. Howden’s goals led the Knights 4-0 in the match. While the three other goals were delivered in impressive performances by players Nicolas Roy, Alec Martinez, and Michael Amadio respectively. The Vegas Golden Knights are all set to meet against the Florida Panthers again in Game 3 of the 2023 Stanley Cup, which is scheduled on June 8.