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NASHVILLE Vegas Golden Knights Hoodies Authentic , Tenn. (AP) — After a lackluster opening period by the Nashville Predators, Ryan Hartman and Kevin Fiala went to work.Hartman scored twice in a 57-second span and Juuse Saros made 23 saves to lead Nashville to a 4-1 victory over the Vegas Golden Knights on Tuesday night.Calle Jarnkrok and Viktor Arvidsson also scored, and Fiala assisted on both of Hartman’s goals for the Predators, who have won two of their last three.Reilly Smith had the lone goal for Vegas, which has dropped three of four.Trailing by a goal after one, Hartman and Fiala connected and turned a deficit into a lead just past the midpoint of the second period.Hartman made it 1-1 at 11:27 of the second. From the left boards, Fiala passed to Hartman in the high slot.Hartman danced around Vegas defender Colin Miller before making a move and beating Vegas goaltender Malcolm Subban high to the stick side, just beneath the crossbar.“I was thinking shot,” Hartman said. “He was pretty tight on his gap, so I was able to step around him and kind of have a 1-on-1 with the goalie there.”Fiala and Hartman teamed up again 57 seconds later to give Nashville a 2-1 lead. Nashville entered the Vegas zone on a 3-on-1. Fiala sent a nifty backhand pass from the right circle to Hartman at the left faceoff dot. Hartman did not get all of the puck with his one-timer, but he got enough to beat a sliding Subban high to the stick side.“Today I was just thinking about playing the right way,” Fiala said. “Just simple game and not thinking about too much, scoring goals or whatever. If you stop thinking Vegas Golden Knights Hats Authentic , sometimes it works, and today obviously it did.”Fiala entered Tuesday with just three points in 11 games.P.K. Subban, the older brother of the Vegas goaltender, picked up the secondary assist on the goal.“I didn’t think that we showed ourselves very well in the first period,” Nashville coach Peter Laviolette said. “But I thought the team and the lines and the players showed pretty well in the second and third.”Smith scored the game’s first goal at 17:14 of the first. With Vegas on a power play, an unchecked Smith skated to the left faceoff dot and snapped a wrist shot past Saros on the far side. Smith’s goal was set up by a nice pass from Jonathan Marchessault along the right boards.“They cashed in on our mistakes in the second period, and nobody stepped up after that,” Marchessault said. “(Subban) was awesome tonight and we weren’t there for him.”Making his fifth-straight start due to an injury to Pekka Rinne, Saros was sharp in the first, stopping 12 of 13 shots.Jarnkrok gave Nashville a two-goal lead at 6:37 of the third. On another odd-man rush, Craig Smith sent a pass from the right side to Jarnkrok in the left circle, where he ripped a one-timer past Malcolm Subban, who finished with 24 saves.“We made some bad choices on pinches that cost us a couple of goals tonight and gave them a lot of odd-man rushes Custom Vegas Golden Knights Jerseys ,” Vegas coach Gerard Gallant said. “That’s not what we usually do and it cost us tonight.”With the Vegas goaltender pulled for an extra attacker with just over two minutes remaining in the third, Arvidsson was fouled from behind by Nick Holden on a breakaway and a goal was credited to the Swedish winger.NOTES: Hartman had his first multi-goal game as a Predator. … Nashville has allowed at least one power-play goal in its last four games. … Predators D Matt Irwin played his first game of the season after being a healthy scratch for the first 11. … Vegas has scored one power-play goal in three consecutive games.UP NEXTGolden Knights: Visit St. Louis on Thursday.Predators: Visit Tampa Bay on Thursday. The Vegas Golden Knights return home Tuesday night to face the Buffalo Sabres after completing their longest road trip of the season Saturday, culminating with a much-needed win against the Philadelphia Flyers.Vegas (2-4-0) suffered losses against Buffalo, Washington and Pittsburgh on the trip, but a stirring 1-0 win over the Flyers puts the Golden Knights in the right frame of mind for their rematch with the Sabres, who are 3-2-0 after opening their West coast swing Saturday night with a 3-0 win over the Arizona Coyotes.The Sabres began the season with a 2-2 homestand, including a 4-2 win over Vegas on Oct. 8 behind two goals by captain Jack Eichel. Buffalo will play five games out west in 10 days. The Golden Knights just finished a five-game trip that spanned seven days.Article continues below ...“It wasn’t our best road trip, but 2-3 is better than 1-4, so those are valuable points going back west,” said Vegas forward Cody Eakin, who scored the lone goal Saturday late in the third period.Veteran goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury recorded 26 saves against the Flyers in his first shutout of the season. The victory kept the Golden Knights from a fourth straight loss, which never occurred last year in the regular season of their magical inaugural run in the NHL.“It’s been a tough beginning to the season,” Fleury told the Las Vegas Review-Journal. “I think our play has been improving throughout the road trip. I don’t know www.ducksshoponline.com , nobody likes to lose, and we had to finish on a good note.”The difficult road trip is similar to what the Golden Knights experienced last season. The Knights had only three points out of six road games between October and November in 2017. This year’s longest trip had four points in five games.The Golden Knights rebounded from last year’s early struggle on the road by winning six of their next seven games. How will they fare this time around? They have an opportunity to make up some points with the next five games at the T-Mobile Arena.“Just forget about the losses and build off this win,” forward Ryan Carpenter told the Review-Journal after the long road trip. “All season we try to just take it one day at a time and when you lose three in a row, it’s never a good feeling, especially after having higher expectations this year. But just off confidence, go home, get some rest and be ready for the next game.”Vegas’ defense allowed 14 goals in the first four games of the trip before blanking Philadelphia. The Knights had only eight goals in the five games. They remain without Alex Tuch (lower-body injury) and the suspended Nate Schmidt. Paul Stastny (lower-body) and Deryk Engelland (arm) were injured on the trip. “We feel good leaving the road trip now,” Vegas coach Gerard Gallant said after Saturday’s game. “It was a tough trip. We’re going back home for a bunch of games and it’s going to be a long flight home but it’s going to be a good flight. We’re 2-4 and we’re battling back.”Buffalo started its road trip in promising fashion with the win over Arizona, which included the first career goal of 18-year-old defenseman Rasmus Dahlin with less than three minutes into the game when he buried a loose puck in the crease.Sabres coach Phil Housley said Dahlin’s teammates were enthusiastic over the goal. Reporters noted that the celebrating Sabres could easily be heard outside the dressing room.“They were really glad,” Dahlin said on NHL.com. “That makes me glad, too. We have a good chemistry on the team. We’re a good team.”
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