In every life, a little shit must be eaten. Especially by sportswriters who think they know anything. Back in June, after the expansion draft, I encouraged everyone to look at the Vegas Golden Knights’ projected roster and wrote, How many of these players will be with this franchise the first time it makes the playoffs? The answer turned out to be: almost all of them. With a 4-1 home win over the Avalanche, in front of yet another sellout crowd, the Golden Knights have clinched a playoff spot in their inaugural season. And there’s more clinching to come: six points up on San Jose with six games to play, Vegas is likely to win the Pacific in the coming days. There’s really not much more to say than that this has all been incredible, and unlikely, but no longer feels very fluky. VGK got on the board with a second-period power-play goal by Alex Tuch, cleaning up a loose puck in front: Later in the period, Jonathan Marchessault sniped what would be the game-winner, again on the power play: The clinch became official when William Karlsson, having the best and least likely season of anyone in Vegas, nudged home an… Read full this story
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