The Vegas Golden Knights made a spectacular comeback in the deadliest moments of their third season with a 3-2 win over the Colorado Avalanche on Friday at the T-Mobile Arena.
Nevada, meanwhile, reduced their lead to 2-1 in their second round series after missing the first two games in Denver.
This is Jared Bednar’s first setback since the start of the playoffs.
With less than five minutes to go in the game, 2-2, Max Pasioretti planted hysteria in the amphitheater by diversifying the point throw, while deceiving goalkeeper Philippe Grubor.
Jonathan Marchesalt tied 45 seconds earlier. Quebecker played good luck by shooting from a tight angle behind the opponent’s net. Before entering the net, Puck “avs” ricochetted the goaltender skate.
Forward William Carlson started the second season scoring for the Knights with his skate with amazing maneuverability. ̧
For his part, goalkeeper Mark-Andre Fleury saved superbly in the final seconds of the game to prevent overtime.
Veterans Carl Soderbergh and Miko Rantanen found the reason for losing the back of the net.
The Golden Knights have a chance to tie the series in Vegas on Sunday.