With a perfect road trip so far, the Vegas Golden Knights are looking to carry their current six-game winning streak past the Montreal Canadiens, whom they play on Saturday. The Golden Knights are off Friday as they travel to Montreal and will have a morning skate Saturday at 11:30 a.m. at Bell Centre.
Elsewhere in the NHL, the Ottawa Senators are officially up for sale, Jordan Binnington is being a diva again, and Alex Ovechkin is off setting records once more
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Ottawa: The Golden Knights escaped Ottawa with a 5-4 win Thursday night despite almost blowing a 5-1 lead. The VGK have now won six straight games and are tied for first in the NHL with the Boston Bruins.
Video Room: The Golden Knights teamed up with Lil Jon in a new hilarious Golden Age commercial.
One Year Ago Today: Speaking of Eichel, it has now been one year since the trade that brought him here.
Clip of the Day: Jordan Binnington is at it again.
Ottawa: It’s official- the Ottawa Senators are up for sale. Could Ryan Reynolds really be the next owner?
San Jose: Erik Karlsson is at it again and having a career resurgence with the San Jose Sharks.
Philly: Claude Giroux is set to face his former team, the Philadelphia Flyers, for the first time tonight.
Pittsburgh: Jaromir Jagr responded to Jason Zucker, who paid homage to him with the Jagr salute.
Montreal: Could a trade between the Montreal Canadiens and Washington Capitals be in the works?
Washington: Alex Ovechkin has tied Gordie Howe for the most goals with a single franchise (786)
Vancouver: The Vancouver Canucks honored longtime defenseman Kevin Bieksa Thursday night.
Colorado: The Colorado Avalanche are getting set for their NHL Global Series game on Friday in Finland.
Seattle: What’s the deal with top draft pick Shane Wright and the Seattle Kraken?
Boston: Bruins defenseman Derek Forbort is out with a middle finger injury for 4-6 weeks.
Florida: Is Eetu Luostarinen now the highlight player of the Florida Panthers Vincent Trocheck trade?
LA: Adrian Kempe is proving that last season was not a fluke with the Los Angeles Kings.