Jets vs. Golden Knights

Jets vs. Golden Knights

Now the pesky Golden Knights, foolishly written off by some after the first game of the Western Conference Final, are alive and kicking after mimicking what the Nashville Predators did last round to slow down the Jets.

The Knights have yet to trail by two games in any series this postseason, so we might learn a lot about their resiliency in this Game 2.

Vegas weathered another early storm in Game 2, but steadied things to grab a 2-0 lead before responding with Marchessault's second of the night just 88 seconds after the Jets got to within one midway through the third period.

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Offensively, the Jets didn't generate as many quality opportunities as they normally do, but much of that had to do with the strong defence the Golden Knights were playing.

Kyle Connor replied for the Jets, who got 25 saves from Connor Hellebuyck. After a win or lose, the next day, we all know it's a new day. "We just couldn't get any momentum going". Last game wasn't good enough, so we are looking to have a better start and play a full 60-minute game.

Centre Paul Stastny said even a one-goal deficit is a hard hole to emerge from in the heat of spring hockey. Game 5 will be back in Winnipeg on Sunday afternoon. In 12 playoff games this year, Fleury has held the Knights' opponents to two goals or fewer on seven occasions, an outstanding number.

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Jets center Bryan Little says focusing on jumping out to an early lead will go a long way in Monday's matchup and hopefully give his team a bigger series lead. Grab your friends and come out for music by Denim on the Diamond artist Ben Klick and to see who wins between the sparkle and flash of the Vegas Golden nights or the blue-collar Winnipeg Jets.

"We are still a confident group", Marchessault said.

Tickets released by the Knights ranged from $125 to $495 for the first round against the Los Angeles Kings and then from $150 to $600 for the second round against the San Jose Sharks, according to Pollock.

That whipped the white-clad fans into a frenzy - triggering jeers of "Fleu-ry!" Even though the Jets threw everything they had at Fleury in the final minutes, it wasn't enough to close the deficit. "He wasn't feeling well", Gallant said.

"You can't lose your first two games (of a series) in the playoffs, especially against a team like that", Marchessault said after today's morning skate. They haven't dropped consecutive games since early March. "What a luxury to be able to put Tomas Tatar into a game in the playoffs", Schmidt said.

Patrik Laine, a 20-year-old winger, was drafted second overall two years ago and is one of the league's best young players.

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